Whether your kiddo is heading to pre-school, grade school or middle school, you can send them off in superhero style with Warner Bros.’ line of DC Comics-inspired backpacks, pencil boxes and more. But if your kids are still too young for school or you need something to entertain them before school starts, Crayola offers a variety of different products to help them hone their creativity at home.
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Summertime means beaches, barbecues and vacations. But hopefully it doesn’t mean credit card fraud or debt. Unfortunately, many people fall victim to these two issues, especially while on vacation. You leave your troubles behind and end up racking up way more with over-spending and lack of identity protection. According to a recent survey conducted by Experian, people spend 68 percent more than they expect while traveling or vacationing and utilize their credit cards to pay for things they didn’t budget for. This leaves 52 percent of people surveyed strapped with credit card debt when they return home.
Clipping coupons and endlessly Googling for coupons and rebates sounds exhausting and limiting. Especially if you don’t know if you’ll ever find something for the item you want to buy. With Ibotta Inc.’s shopping app, however, shoppers get instant rebate gratification. Unveiled this week, Ibotta has created a new shopping list feature that finds cash-back rebates when users add desired items to their shopping list. Items that can be added range from food to paper goods to office supplies to clothing items and much more, available at a range of stores, including Walmart, CVS, Amazon.com, Best Buy and Babies R Us.
There’s an irony in the concern that brick and mortar retail is doomed to slowly erode: Some of the largest global brands are intentionally giving birth to their brands in the physical space – in real life. Their challenge is, “How do we impactfully engage the consumer when the consumer only knows us on-screen or online?” Google and Nickelodeon are two such examples whose thinking and executions offer key lessons for any brand. Why? Because this type of migration requires a deep understanding of what a brand stands for and the key elements of what makes a brand compelling to its consumers.
In the age of Buzzfeed quizzes and connecting with new people through social media, Target is tackling back-to-school shopping a little differently with its new Made for U College Styler website. With this tool, college students – or even those post-college but about to move to their first apartment – can take a quiz to determine the perfect décor style for their future dorm room or apartment. Users navigate through different categories of products from bedding to storage to kitchen to electronics and more, favorite items and curate a list of must-have items for their home away from home.
Steve Jackson Games publishes card games, board games, books, magazines and more. Its most popular game series is called Munchkin, a card-based dungeon game experience. You can fight monsters, steal treasure, backstab or help your companions and level up as you play to become a powerful dungeon master. The game has become so popular over the years that it has spawned many spinoff products, such as plush toys, comic books and board games, along with several expansion packs that be combined for the ultimate gaming experience.
To keep up with the Joneses of competitors, businesses always need to be forward-thinking, especially when it comes to technology and innovation. Companies need to look for solutions to bring their businesses into the future instead of falling behind and constantly playing catch-up. Zebra Technologies is all about looking ahead in the current technology landscape and the Internet of Things (IoT). As a global leader in the industry for innovation and reliability, Zebra says it offers an extensive portfolio of services and technologies for businesses and it gives physical things, such as printing services, a digital voice.
So, your e-commerce business is up and running and you’ve been very successful thus far, making great sales, having repeat customers and more. But now that your business has been noticed, you might be the target of less-than-savory customers who are looking to make a quick buck by ripping your company off.
Unfortunately, fraudsters are everywhere and this is an all-too-common occurrence. Not just in business, either. If you check your email right now, you’ll see the constant bombardment of spam messages geared towards getting your confidential information, from fake job offers to fake inheritances to malicious download links. Therefore, it’s not surprising that fraud has reached the e-commerce world.
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