Posts tagged advertising
Shawn Nelson on Building a Retail Company, Adapting to the Trade War, and What Keeps Him Up in the Morning

From selling bean bags in college to debuting his company on the stock market, Shawn Nelson, the founder and CEO of Lovesac, talks about Lovesac’s commitment to making consumers buy better, the implications of the US-China trade war on retail, and the importance of grit in entrepreneurship.

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Design Nation 2019: A Recap

On Friday, March 8th, Business Today held the 3rd iteration of Design Nation, an expenses-paid conference that explores the impact of design within career, business, and industry.

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The Rise of Email Newsletters

The casual brevity of the newsletters has led to some criticism that the newsletters are indulging millennials’ supposed uber-short attention spans and anti-intellectual attitudes. Still - native advertising, in which advertisements are slickly folded into the newsletter in a similar font and format to the actual content, abounds.

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Southwest Flight 1380: A Study in Tragedy, Perception, and Sales

Airplanes, against popular sentiment, are remarkably safe forms of transport: in 2016, there were 37,000 deaths by car in America alone, compared to zero by air travel. In fact, this is the first passenger death to occur on a U.S. plane in nine years. Yet, Southwest will not be unaffected by this tragedy.

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Facebook: The New Digital Monopoly

Facebook is not a monopoly in the traditional sense as it neither controls exclusive supply of a good or service nor does it technically have a high barrier to entry to start the business.

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Youtubers: Challenging the Traditional 9-5

With individuals foregoing college and making millions, is Youtube a sustainable career platform worth pursuing?

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Ashley Wagner and Olympic Ads

Should companies still run ads of athletes who don't end up qualifying for the Olympic team?

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