Explainer: What is the circular economy?

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The circular economy is expected to be worth $4.5 trillion by 2030, according to the World Business Council for Sustainable Development. Transforming the old ‘take, make and waste’ cycle with one that is structured around re-use, recycle and re-design will provide a host of new challenges and opportunities.

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TikTok Live: How to Live-Stream Your Way to More Business

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Want more sales from TikTok? Wondering how going live on TikTok can help? In this article, you’ll find a five-step scripting structure to plan TikTok Live broadcasts that further your business goals. To learn how to grow your business with TikTok Live, read the article below for an easy-to-follow walkthrough or watch this video:  […] The post TikTok Live: How to Live-Stream Your Way to More Business appeared first on Social Media Examiner | Social Media Marketing .

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Social Media Marketing Strategy for a Multi-Location Business

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Does your business have multiple locations? Need a better social media strategy? In this article, you’ll find a four-part plan to structure a social media marketing strategy you can execute seamlessly across all markets. #1: Create an Overarching Brand Message As you look to extend your business operations into different markets (countries, states, cities, or […] The post Social Media Marketing Strategy for a Multi-Location Business appeared first on Social Media Marketing | Social Media Examiner .

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Millions of Black-, Latinx-, and women-owned businesses will fail unless this happens

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As D.C. lawmakers wrangle over a 4th round of stimulus, a small business advocate argues for structural changes to better serve struggling companies owned by POC and women. Lawmakers in Washington resumed negotiations over a fourth round of economic stimulus this week and for many pandemic-stricken small businesses, the clock is ticking. Loudly. Millions will fail if the government does not take bold action and fix structural flaws in how aid is distributed. Black-, Latinx- and women-owned businesses have been hit the hardest, shut out for varying reasons from the Paycheck Protection Program (PPP). So, when the loan program, designed to help small businesses keep workers on payroll, was recently extended to Aug. 8, it was still not reaching those who needed it most. And with the recent spike in COVID-19 cases around the country, President Trump is now acknowledging the worst is yet to come. Read Full Story

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See inside a city run by children

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Every two summers since the 1970s, a minicity pops up in Munich. It resembles any other city—except that it is run entirely by children. Every two years, for a few summer weeks, the city of Munich is taken over by children. Filling government roles, running businesses, building structures, and talking politics, kids participate in what’s known in Germany as a spielstadt , or play city: a miniature city composed almost entirely of children. Read Full Story

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NASDAQ’s CEO says bringing more people into capital markets is the way to create ‘inclusive capitalism’

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Adena Friedman, CEO of the online stock exchange, argues that creating value for all stakeholders will ultimately create more value for investors. NASDAQ is committed to achieving “inclusive capitalism,” said CEO Adena Friedman at the Fast Company Innovation Festival . What does that mean for the stock exchange? Bringing more first-time investors into the fold, creating an ecosystem to allow more companies to go public, and changing existing structures so that all stakeholders in a business share a company’s wealth. Read Full Story

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