The Tech Migration to Middle America Continues

There was a time when establishing a potentially high-profile tech company meant setting up shop in Silicon Valley or New York was a foregone conclusion. In many cases, there are a number of entr...[Read More]

Bird Box: How Netflix Got 45 Million People to Watch a Bad Movie

They’re everywhere, they’re inescapable, and if you look at them, you’ll be either rendered completely mad, or become part of the cult that started it all in the first place. I’...[Read More]

Free Shipping Just Became Increasingly Costly

It’s no surprise to see shipping rates from the primary delivery services rise with the beginning of a new year. UPS and FedEx, for example, have implemented an average rate hike of nearly 5 per...[Read More]

India Strikes First Against Amazon and Walmart

E-commerce is no longer a novel industry, but is instead a staple of business around the world. With the establishment of e-commerce as a staple market though, we’re seeing a rise of rules to be...[Read More]

Human Communication Produces Results in E-Commerce

E-commerce store owners have a lot on their plate. There are concerns over pricing, inventory, sales and email strategies, and of course … how do I compete during a time in which Amazon is domin...[Read More]

Chance the Rapper Has Built an E-Commerce Empire

“You don’t want zero problems, big fella!” So says Detroit comedian Ha Ha Davis at the beginning of Chance the Rapper’s 2016 anthem “No Problem” (feat. 2 Chainz &am...[Read More]

Make Goals, Not Resolutions

I feel like most business literature is made up of two things: data and pep talks. The data sections are great, providing insight into the process, but the pep talk sections can be hit or miss. Busine...[Read More]

Take on the Big Dogs in 2019: Why Food Services Should Encourage You

It’s New Year’s Eve, the festivities have begun, and your party is incredible. The guests are gathered around eating, drinking, and being merry, and music fills the air. It’s a happy scene. But you, t...[Read More]

Amazon is Listening

Amazon had a holiday season for the ages, boasting “tens of millions of new Prime subscribers” and “over a billion items shipped for free.” Among these items sold though, none ...[Read More]

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