If people won’t eat bugs, maybe cows will?

The world’s population is growing, and so is the challenge of feeding everyone. Current projections indicate that by 2050, global food demand could increase by 59% to 98% above current levels. In particular, there will be increased demand for high-quality protein foods, such as meat and dairy products. Livestock producers in the US and other … Read more

1 Retail Stock to Pick Up and 1 to Avoid

Soaring Inflation and supply chain disruptions have significantly dampened the retail sector’s growth this year. Amid slowing consumer demand, we think investors should invest in Walmart (WMT) since it possesses enough fundamental strength to stand an economic downturn. On the contrary, Honest Company (HNST) should be avoided now, given its bleak growth prospects. Read on … Read more

Warehouse Wars – TechCrunch

Welp. Three straight Weeks of work travel amid a seemingly endless pandemic finally caught up with me. Forgive me, as I’m writing this under the influence of green tea and antivirals, so thank you in advance to the regular Herculean efforts of our copy editor, David. Apparently the old adage of things happening in Vegas … Read more

Going Back to School for a Really Good Beer

Opinions expressed by Entrepreneur contributors are their own. Behind the Review host and Yelp‘s Small Business Expert, Emily Washcovick, shares a look at this week’s episode of the podcast. Farm Ale Brewing Thinking about brewpubs and draft houses can conjure up images of dark, woody interiors with long bars and rows upon rows of taps … Read more

Why Audio Is the Future of Customer Engagement

Opinions expressed by Entrepreneur contributors are their own. Technology enables brands to connect with consumers like never before, and changing strategies to best utilize tech is a necessity. Bender’s 2021 State of Branding Report found more than one-quarter of those surveyed were most concerned with how to successfully reach their audiences in crowded digital channels. … Read more