108: Florida Creates an E Commerce Tax

Florida will now require out-of-state vendors to collect sales taxes as the state looks to generate revenue and level the playing field between online and physical retailers. Listen to the briefing to hear when this change will start and why it’s happening.


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107: Clubhouse Gets Funding and is Valued at $4Billion

Clubhouse has just secured new funding that values the platform at $4 Billion and the new infusion of cash to the social media platform will allow it to do big things. Listen to the briefing to hear how Clubhouse intends to grow.


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105: Pent up restaurant demand

The pent-up demand for indoor dining was evident in February after dine-in restrictions were eased in Canada’s largest provinces. Listen to the briefing to hear how in store visits jumped in Feb. 2021 as Canada’s largest provinces opened back up.


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104: Retail Sales in March Were On Fire

Fortified by pandemic relief checks and in some cases a vaccine to protect against COVID-19, U.S. consumers went shopping in March, lifting sales among the cohort of retail segments followed by Retail Dive by a significant amount year over year, according to numbers released Thursday by the U.S. Department of Commerce. Listen to the briefing to hear just how good the sales were even compared to pre-pandemic data.


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103: Uber Eats Launches Stories Feature

According to Restaurant Dive.com — Uber Eats launched a Stories function to help merchants engage with in-app customers, per an announcement. In addition, restaurants will be able to integrate their Instagram accounts into Uber Eats. Listen to the briefing to hear how this can help increase customer orders.


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102: Big / Little Wedding Trends

According to Pinterest trends, pinners say “I do” to minimalist matrimony. Couples will make their big day more laid back than ever—starting with smaller venues and no-frills elopements. Listen to the briefing to hear where the opportunities for small weddings lies for your business.


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101: Pinterest Trends Big / Little Moments

Pinterest trends are tracking what people are searching and pinning and it’s clear that people are looking for ways to celebrate their monthsaries and “death to their twenties”. Listen to the briefing to hear how your business can tap into this trend.


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100: National Nurses Week

The weeklong celebration, which ends on what would have been Florence Nightingale’s 201st birthday, was created by the American Nurses Association (ANA) in 1994 to honor nurses’ commitment to public service and the vital role they play in healthcare every day. Nightingale, lauded as the founder of modern nursing, improved the unsanitary conditions at a British hospital during the Crimean War in the 1850s, reducing the death count by two-thirds. Her writings sparked worldwide healthcare reform, and she inspired generations of women to join the healthcare profession. Listen to the briefing to hear how your business can celebrate this important week of recognition.


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