Posts filed under: Retail & Big Box

How we can make gender and cultural inclusion and diversity more intentional, and why it matters. I know I gushed, over the course of several articles, about all the fabulous, intelligent, finger-on-the-pulse-of-the-future, women I interacted with at the Blockchain conference earlier this year, but can we revisit just once more? Because this time of year is introspective......
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Why Shark Tank might be not be for you, and what you can learn from those bitten. The tension on the rug in “the tank”  is something every single show participant I’ve ever interviewed has mentioned. From it’s early days, Shark Tank has intrigued so many, drawing in groups guessing whether or not so-and-so would......
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This new tool will organize, save, and protect your digital assets. Organization, for creative types, can be a lot. For me, design and organization always paired well together, but I know plenty of creators and entrepreneurs who really struggle with the organizational aspect of their business. Unfortunately, I cannot put everything in tidy boxes for you. However, when it......
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10 ways retail and innovative technology can merge to stay relevant in the next year. Brick and mortar isn’t dead yet. We are still showing a need for a physical presence, and for showing up where people shop. But some things need to change, and what better time to talk about change than right now,......
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How one tech disruptor is changing the luxury items game with exciting innovations. Self-proclaimed serial entrepreneur and tech disruptor Pamela Norton put together a handful of innovative tech things most people know nothing about, to build a business prepped for the modern world of luxury coupled with crypto, nano, and securitization. Before I profile her unique launch,......
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Blockchain for financial social good is the biggest thing happening in the world of money. Nearly six out of ten Americans cannot cover a surprise expense of $500 or $1000. One out of every four Americans have zero in savings, and these numbers are very representative of the financial economy driving blockchain, something that might pave the......
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