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    Nicole Rupersburg

    Nicole Rupersburg is a writer who has covered the restaurant and hospitality industry for over a decade. Her work has appeared in Thrillist, Cosmopolitan, Fox News, the New York Post and many more. Follow her on Instagram at @eatsdrinksandleaves. ---
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    Digital Native Iris Nova is Trying to Rewire Physical Retail

    Zak Normandin and his company, Iris Nova, have a bit of a… lofty goal: to be the future of retail and e-commerce. 

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    L’Occitane’s Mission to Evolve Experience Retail

    When it comes to experiential retail, beauty retailers have been doing it for years. And, they’ve gotten good at it — most feature gorgeous products in infinite rainbows of color palettes, all prominently displayed in beautiful arrangements to...

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    What Can Business Leaders Learn From Tony Hawk?

    Tony Hawk's rise to fame and fortune might sound like fate just happened to smile upon him, coupled with the good fortune of being in the right place at the right time. However, the reality is that it took the professional skateboarder,...

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    Why Vans Has Such a Loyal Following After All these Years

    Vans has existed since 1966, which means that for over 50 years, people have "grown up" with Vans as one of the purest forms of self-expression through fashion for teens and twenty-somethings. Baby Boomers grew up with Vans; so did Gen X and...

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    How Foot Locker’s Power Stores are Building Community

    We've heard about "experiential retail" time and again. But are retailers successfully making the transition from purely transactional stores to more experiential environments? 

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    Simple Ways to Tackle Rising Development Costs

    Construction costs have been continuously rising year over year for over a decade now, at a rate of 1.5 percent per quarter. Rising material costs, escalating trade tensions, tougher permitting requirements, and severe skilled labor shortages are...

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