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In Coffee We Trust: How Coffee Shops Impact Neighborhoods

The neighborhood coffee shop. It’s quaint. It’s big enough to accommodate students and remote employees, but it’s also small enough to remain intimate. The owner talked to you the first time you were there. Suddenly, you’re friends, and you talk about bits and pieces of each other’s lives every time you visit. The barista memorizes …

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Automation vs. Human Labor: How Businesses Should React

Telmex mogul Carlos Slim retrenched 40% of his workforce because of automation. Apple’s iPhone manufacturer, Foxconn, is using Foxbots. It also plans to replace 30% of its workers with robots. Last year’s World Economic Forum focused on quantum computing, which will design and manufacture pharmaceuticals and chemicals using artificial intelligence (AI). The forum also threshed …

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Finding the Ideal Configuration for a Household with Multiple Remote Workers

The pros and cons of working from home are likely familiar to most of us by now. As the impact of the pandemic has spread and carried on for longer than most people expected, companies are coming to embrace remote work as part of their long-term plans. Meanwhile, the students of today are preparing themselves …

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Going Green: Understanding the Demand for Sustainable Products

Budding entrepreneurs need to think of effective strategies to promote their new brand to consumers. They need to compete with existing brands, so they have to double their efforts to improve brand reputation. Most entrepreneurs will focus on producing high-quality products that will impress potential customers. They also want to ensure that they offer better …

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Going Global on E-Commerce: The Mistakes to Avoid

The advent of COVID-19 brought amazing opportunities for the e-commerce sector. Online shopping became the new norm, and small e-commerce shops emerge regularly. Shipping may be delayed due to lockdowns and international travel restrictions, but online shoppers proved unstoppable. If you also run an e-commerce site, this could be the best time for you to …

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Spotting the Qualities and Red Flags in Your Warehouse Hunt

If you’re a small business owner, you’re more likely to rent a warehouse instead of buying one. You’ll need a space that’s efficient enough to accommodate the growing volume of your goods. But considering the scale of your enterprise, there would be no need to account for logistics automation and other things required by mega-corporations. …

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