3 Archived posts matching:"economy”

  • dirty hands

    Dirty Hands Expert Advice: How Today’s Natural Food Brands Can Leverage Economic Uncertainty to Advance at Retail, Not Retreat

    Ongoing uncertainty and tough economic conditions are affecting all aspects of the natural foods industry. From brands to retailers, consumers, investors, and manufacturers, everyone is feeling the effects of long-term disruptions and instability.  Recessions exacerbate existing problems and today’s retail climate is already saddled with significant challenges for all stakeholders.  Some of the realities facing […]

    • Food
    • August 16, 2022
    • Dirty Hands
  • buildings

    Now Hiring? How Companies are Responding to Recession Concerns

    There have been a lot of conversations about economic uncertainty and the job market, especially in the last six months. Even while data from a recent jobs report is less indicative of an economic slump, recession concerns are validated by rising interest rates and record-high inflation. Many companies are also restructuring their teams. Layoffs, hiring […]

    • ForceBrands
    • July 17, 2022
    • Rebecca Fryer
  • having coffee outside

    Job Market Data Offers a Bright Spot Amid Recession Concerns

    Are we already in the midst of a recession? The job market doesn’t think so. While a recession is defined (by technical terms) by gross domestic product (GDP) shrinking for two consecutive quarters, some experts argue that we’re already in one, especially if August’s GDP data follows the first quarter’s 1.4 percent decline. But even amid recession […]

    • ForceBrands
    • July 10, 2022
    • Rebecca Fryer