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What The Amazon And Walmart Acquisitions Could Mean For Retail Brands
July 24th, 2017 by Forbes
Despite being similar in nature, e-commerce and brick and mortar retail are considered two separate entities. At least, for now they still are. The convergence of the two worlds continues and the lines between the worlds are only becoming more blurred, as Amazon recently announced a $13.7 billion purchase of Whole Foods...

How Smashbox is Using Eye-Tracking Technology to Increase Sales
July 21st, 2017 by Digiday
Eye-tracking technology is finally making its way to the beauty space, thanks to a new partnership between Smashbox and the industry’s favorite augmented reality provider, ModiFace. As an exclusive partner of ModiFace’s popular iOS and Android app MakeUp (which allows customers to virtually try on…)
Brandless Disrupts CPG By Leveraging Three Potent Marketing Trends
July 20th, 2017 by Forbes
Brandless is a brand-new company out of San Francisco that hopes to completely disrupt the CPG category (including Amazon). Forbes Reporter, Amy Feldman, reported on the Brandless concept recently in her, “Brandless Hopes To Shake Up…”
America’s Grittiest Entrepreneur: How An Army Sergeant Created A $100 Million Lifestyle Brand
July 19th, 2017 by Forbes
Daniel Alarik doesn’t look like a typical fashion entrepreneur. He is an Army combat veteran, with a tight military haircut, barrel chest, and large tattooed arms. He’s unapologetically patriotic, pro-military, and pro-Second Amendment. He’s also funny, authentic, and irreverent. He’s not politically correct. He has no sycophantic entourage, no East End summer party schedule, and no friends in the Ibiza jet set.
JetBlue ‘Little Tickets’ Film Focuses On Kids, Scores With Parents
July 17th, 2017 by Forbes
Want to take a break and feel good? Well, that’s the message of this new film from JetBlue called “Little Tickets,” but it also describes the experience of the film itself. And it’s compelling because the brand makes us look at vacation planning from an unexpected perspective: kids, not parents.
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