As the retail landscape increasing shifts to online commerce, arguably no aspect of an organization has seen a transformation quite like the company warehouse. What once were metal buildings in the middle of nowhere meant for holding items until they
The Future of Restaurant Technology: Self-Service Kiosks
As 2022 gets underway and economic recovery from the pandemic continues, restaurant owners are considering the best paths for the future of their businesses. When looking toward the future, one must also look
Researchers at Ulm University in Germany have recently developed a new framework that could help to make self-driving cars safer in urban and highly dynamic environments. It is designed to identify potential threats around the vehicle in real-time. This previous
The world of online shopping was long immune to inflation until Covid-19 turned everything upside down.
E-commerce prices began rising in June 2020, beginning an unprecedented stretch of 25 consecutive months of increases that underscored the severe price pressures hitting
Apotakamo, the online pharmacy from Sweden, has been raised 2.5 million euros in funding. The company will use the money for geographical expansion, marketing activities and the platform’s logistics solution. The startup wants to become the leading pharmacy in Southeast
Touch Dynamic’s Business Expansion Plan is Producing Growth
Like every business, we are always looking toward the future, looking to grow in ways we could have only dream of 10+ years ago. Now we are proud to announce that even
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This guide to Sydney Sweeney’s outfits will show you how to copy her style.
Dutch fashion platform Otrium made considerable losses in the past year. The company is 50 million euros in the red. The year before, losses were at 8.4 million euros. This is mostly due to bonuses as well as further company
Address the Elephant in the Room: The Retail Labor Shortage
Since the beginning of the COVID-19 pandemic, the retail industry has grappled with a range of challenges, including closures, labor cuts, reopening, restructuring, and growing labor shortages. The pandemic life
The pandemic kick-started the global chip shortage and its momentous effects- lockdowns, supply-chain disruptions, geopolitical uncertainties- fueled it. And, accordingly, the world was right in the middle of chip shortages, unprecedented lead times from analog suppliers and huge price increases.