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Supply Chain Challenges Won’t Ruin the Holidays—but They Will Change the Retail Industry

The National Retail Federation (NRF) projects holiday sales in the U.S. will increase 8.5% to 10.5% to as much as $859 billion in 2021 despite

TikTok Debuts Spanish Sounds Page for US Users

TikTok marked the upcoming 2021 Latin Grammy Awards with its rollout of a Spanish Sounds Page for Spanish-speaking users in the U.S. People must have

How Brands Are Finally Addressing the Lack of Inclusion in Outdoor Activities

LONDON--Phil Young, founder of outdoor lifestyle agency Mighty Mighty, has loved spending time outside since the first time he hit the ski slopes as a

Facebook Neighborhoods to Begin Testing in 132 Cities in the US

Nextdoor-like feature Facebook Neighborhoods is heading south, crossing the border with Canada and kicking off testing in 132 U.S. cities. An early test of Facebook

How Designing T-Shirts Led Michelle Wahler to Beyond Yoga

Before channeling her brand of positivity into activewear as the co-founder of Beyond Yoga, Michelle Wahler was putting it on T-shirts. Originally hailing from Maryland,

On America Recycles Day, Grove Collaborative Wants the CPG Industry to Rethink Plastic Use

America Recycles Day was established in 1997 by the National Recycling Coalition to encourage sorting used plastics, papers, aluminum and other materials into municipal recycling

Transgender Awareness Week Campaign Encourages Community to Embrace Their Truest Selves

Trans is beautiful, as the saying goes. While a major part of Transgender Awareness Week is starting new conversations around how allies can work to

To Find Success, Look at Any Brief as an Opportunity to Push

Farm to table is the original food trend. Since we lived in caves, the human diet has involved hunting or gathering and taking food to

A Beer Brand Embraces Ancestral Language With the First-Ever Quechua Ad

Language, in many ways, shapes who we are. It is the road map to a culture, identity and our history. However, the continued discrimination against

1792 Bourbon Whiskey: UNtypical

There are lots of bourbon whiskeys that look and talk the same way. But 1792 is a little different – more urban, more stylish, more