A & W Surplus, a Fresno-based merchandise dealer, will be holding an online auction on Wednesday, February 10.
Leisure products appear to be on the verge of a comeback, but manufacturers warn that the rebound is a slow one.
OXFORD COMMUNICATIONS in central NJ offers five marketing resolutions for 2010 to help brands leverage industry trends and prepare for the consumerism renaissance.
IT IS OFTEN AMAZING where a new idea will come from.
CONSUMERS ARE focused on saving, not shopping. This trend will be compounded by the fact that unemployment will remain unusually high in 2010.
ASD Las Vegas, the nation’s largest, most comprehensive merchandise show, runs from February 28 – March 3, 2010 at the Sands Expo Center and Las Vegas Convention Center.
One place where cash can simply disappear is while shopping. That’s according to a new survey commissioned by Visa Inc. U.S. consumers cannot account for an average of $21 per week in cash spending.
WHAT TRENDS should entrepreneurs look for in 2010? Kenneth A Kaufman, CEO of CFOwise, has released his top ten trends that founders, CEOs, and entrepreneurs of start-up, emerging, and medium sized businesses should consider.
DEBTGURU.COM, a debt management company at www.DebtGuru.com, reminds small businesses that tax time is getting closer.
THE NATIONAL Retail Federation (NRF) expressed disappointment recently in the Senate passage of health care reform legislation, saying the measure does little to reduce costs for businesses, and is likely to result in further retail job losses.