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Self-checkout: Why Technology Still Has a Long Way to Go in Retail

The pandemic pushed for the rise of self-service in businesses. In the retail industry, more physical retail stores are resorting to self-checkout counters. This technology has been around for quite a while. Data from 2019 shows that 47 percent of consumers in the U.S. regularly used self-checkout counters. In the time of a pandemic, self-checkout users have …

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Business is Booming: Pandemic Boosts Demand for Outdoor Upgrades

The past year has highlighted the need for an outdoor living space in every home. When cities locked down, the public had no choice but to retreat inside their respective houses and wait until it was safe enough to go out. Billions of people had to adhere to restrictions that limited the activities that they …

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Strategic Cost-cutting Measures

Reuters reported that at the start of 2020, experts expected unbridled economic growth. This positive outlook turned sour as Covid-19 became an unmitigated disaster. Small businesses were one of the worst hit by the recession. The government’s financial aid kept them afloat. Entrepreneurs are looking for ways to maximize productivity while keeping costs low. They …

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Expect Short-Term Fluctuations And Market Volatility In The Coming Months

While the reopening of the global economy and vast industries has been underway and seen significant amounts of progress, the associated economic confidence is waning as new pressures and data forecast that market volatility and uncertainty might win out in the coming months. And while we have managed to recover from the pandemic-induced recession and …

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Pave the Way for Food: The Food Truck Sub-sector and the Cost of Starting One

The heart and soul of every city rely on the businesses that operate there. The stomach of every city relies on the affordability and accessibility of meals for its countless workers. Sadly, the pandemic has made the food industry suffer because of quarantine restrictions. One of the industries that suffered the most during the pandemic …

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Exploring Ideas for Service-based Businesses This 2021

If there is one thing the pandemic taught homeowners, it’s the value of upgrading and maintaining their homes. It is their first place of escape if anything happens. It’s where they spend half of their lives, and during a pandemic like the COVID-19 crisis, most of their time. Now more than ever, homeowners know how …

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A Brief Look at Amazon

What started out as a simple online bookstore is now one of the world’s largest and richest organizations ever. Rivaling only Apple in terms of revenue, Amazon has expanded its operations from e-commerce and tech to media streaming and production. Just how big of an operation are they? Well, as of 2019, Amazon is one …

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