To generate the trends likely to affect the luxury industry in 2020, Luxury Institute conducted a crowdsourcing project with its Global Luxury Expert Network at the end of 2019.
By David Snitkof, Head of Data Analytics and Strategy, Kabbage A recent report on the Kabbage Small Business Revenue Index showed small businesses in the U.S. achieved revenue growth across every state and industry in the first half of 2019. The Kabbage Index Value (KIV), a value used to track revenue growth of small businesses, […]
By Nelson Dong, Senior Partner, Dorsey & Whitney LLP Based on a brief press release from the Office of the U.S. Trade Representative (USTR) and various media reports, it appears the United States and China have reached some kind of tentative “Phase One” agreement. While the deal does not affect the 25% Section 301 tariffs […]
The construction industry is increasingly exploring the use of robots to speed up work and alleviate skills shortages. But where could this lead? GlobalData’s construction journalist Luke Christou explores the future of robotic construction. “The use of single-task robots (STR) in the construction industry has been growing for some time. The use of robotics in […]
By Prathmesh Limaye, Senior Research Analyst – Chemicals, Materials, Food, Frost & Sullivan The construction industry is grappling with issues pertaining to productivity and meeting project deadlines that have been intensified following the economic recession of 2008-2009. About 2 million construction workers were let go in the United States alone between 2007 and 2011, and […]
By Milton Pedraza, Luxury Institute CEO Recently, the Harvard Business Review published breakthrough research entitled “The EI Advantage: Driving Innovation and Success through the Power of Emotional Intelligence.” The study was conducted with hundreds of executives and managers at top organizations globally. Key insights include the fact that only 18% of executives strongly agree that […]