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    “To be disruptive, the three biggest things we’ve written down are, be audacious dreamers, make things happen and be willing to fail.” Ryan Johnson, COO, Lovesac

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  • Lovesac Reconfigures the Furniture Market

    “To be disruptive, the three biggest things we’ve written down are, be audacious dreamers, make things happen and be willing to fail.” Ryan Johnson, COO, Lovesac

  • Celebrating the Organizations Dedicated to Saving Pets’ Lives

    I blame my mom for my love of animals. I say blame because it occasionally feels like a bit of a curse to want to rescue every dog that I meet. Growing up, my mom seemed to always be rescuing animals -- baby birds who had fallen from their nest, seagulls who had gotten plastic wrapped around their beaks, and dogs, whatever their size and condition, found wandering the streets. 

  • How to Remodel Your Distribution Business for 2016

    What is the outlook for distribution companies in the coming year? Depending on your industry, the next twelve months promise to be anywhere from modestly down to minimally up. In fact, terms like “flat,” “negative,” “slowing,” “weak,” and “preparing for a storm,” are how distributors described their current state of affairs in a 2015-2016 survey of distributors, conducted by financial services firm for Robert W. Baird & Co.

     

  • Welcome to the Brave New World of Unified Commerce

    Retail has evolved tremendously over the past decade and this tempo isn’t slowing down anytime soon. Technological advances and evolving consumer expectations are directing this transformation, which has forced retailers to make quick decisions in an effort to survive. For most, those decisions were and continue to be costly and convoluted as IT departments struggle to keep up with the rapid pace by patching together each channel of business.

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