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How to reinvigorate your digital marketing strategy with an all-video website

According to research from Cisco, 82% of all IP traffic will be video content by 2022. Animoto also reports that video is the No. 1 type of content consumers want from brands. Video is where it's at for digital and social marketers....

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As members of Gen Z enter the workforce in greater numbers, their shopping habits are influencing the retail industry in non-traditional ways including fueling the growth of unattended retail channels such as cashierless checkouts and smart vending machines, according to...

source: FoodNavigator-USA.com

In 2020, both new and familiar ingredients are expected to make waves. Each week in January, Food Dive: Ingredients took a look at an on-trend ingredient that is poised to make a difference in product launches, nutritional content and consumers' eating habits this year.

source: Food Dive

Asian tramp snails, as their name suggests, are originally from Asia. Yet they are now widespread throughout tropical and subtropical regions from Puerto Rico to Australia. They are an invasive species that has caused plenty of problems to many farmers. Not all is doom...

source: Sustainability Times

Information may be a bigger barrier to adopting plant-based foods than taste, according to a national survey by the Yale Program on Climate Change and the Earth Day Network. Approximately 55% of Americans said they are willing to eat more plant-based meat alternatives,...

source: BakingBusiness.com

In the future, when you order a coffee at McDonald’s or Starbucks, it could be served in the same cup you used a few months earlier. That’s the vision behind pilot programs this week that will introduce two types of “smart”...

source: Bloomberg

There was a time when companies, big and small, shied away from politics. The prevailing wisdom was that endorsing a cause was bad business. Better to stay away from advocacy, focus on sales, steer clear of sentiments, and avoid offending one side or the other. When businesses...

source: Harvard Business Review

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