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According to the National Retail Federation, retailers can look forward to a rebounding second half of 2021, and continued strength through 2022. Image 4 sees targeted retail – Pop-up shops, shop-in-shops and event-based shops – as a revenue driver and Brand solidifier.

Read the full article at: retailleader.com

The in-store experience, from design to goods to service, has been in decline for a decade. Yet the in-shop Experience is what consumers are seeking now.

Read the full article at: www.retaildoc.com

The company that helped popularize open office plans and lavish employee perks is trying to reinvent office spaces to cope with workplace sensibilities changed by the pandemic.

Read the full article at: www.nytimes.com

While remote work has solidified its place in a post-pandemic economy, it unfortunately comes with downsides to employees’ long-term mental and physical health. Remote working’s isolation, longer hours, poor home office setups, sitting for prolonged periods and blurred lines between home and office are taking a toll.

Read the full article at: www.cushmanwakefield.com

There's no reason the ramp-up in digital banking usage that accelerated during the Covid period should lead financial institutions to think that branches are dead. JPMorgan Chase's plans still call for adding more offices to cover the U.S. map.

Read the full article at: thefinancialbrand.com

The $11 billion industry is slowly coming back to life after a lost year. Are potential attendees ready to crowd into expo halls and hotel bars with strangers again?

Read the full article at: www.wsj.com

Life after COVID-19, for manufacturers, means jumping on opportunities for innovation.

Read the full article at: www.wipfli.com

We’re all being disrupted right now because of the pandemic. But I think it’s fair to say that higher education has been forced to change more than anyone else. Many of these changes have been fiercely debated for years. And then suddenly, boom. It’s done and they’ve had to adapt. But what's next?

Read the full article at: www.forbes.com

The coronavirus understandably caught the events industry flat-footed last spring. Who can predict a once-in-a-century disease? But nearly a year into the pandemic, there’s been time to experiment, learn, adapt and develop better strategies going into 2021.

Read the full article at: www.tsnn.com

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