It’s 2018 and the zero waste movement is coming. From branding consultants to packaging designers, from food brands to retailers, keeping up with the new consumer demand for less single use packaging will become a big part of business.Read More
Occasionally we find internet-y things on the internet and share them because it seemed like a good idea when we started and otherwise we would just be shirking. Keep reading for this week's 5.Read More
Smiling people over the age of 55, sometimes with friends or family, often outdoors. They’re physically active, hanging with family or tackling that bucket list—and having a damn good time doing it. Why do images like this appeal so broadly? They’ve got the money, honey. In North America, thanks to aging baby boomers—the biggest generation the world has ever seen—we’re in a “senior boom”. (Not that you should call them seniors, old or elderly. They don’t like it.)Read More
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The only guarantee about the future of employment is the precarious nature of it. Whether we refer to ourselves as freelancers, consultants or contract workers, we’re in the midst of revolution.Read More
From Stephen Hawking to Elon Musk and Bill Gates, intellectuals around the world are raising the alarm over artificial intelligence—a robot, machine or software which mimics the intelligence of humans. And we’ve reached the point where it’s inevitable: we're going to create something that can outthink us and outsmart us - soon.Read More
Small businesses also employ half the work force in the US. In Canada, small business add about 30% to the GDP and employ nearly half of workers in the private sector. Considered the backbone of the economy, small businesses boost economic growth and are a big key to job creation.Read More