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October 2022 Business News You Can Use

TOP 10 TRENDS IN ROBOTIC WAREHOUSE AUTOMATION

Key Point: E-commerce retail annual sales are expected to cross the $1 trillion mark in 2023. Spurred by COVID pandemic fears and lockdowns, consumers are increasingly relying on getting their packages at the doorstep instead of the store. And there’s one thing just about every online buyer has in common: They want quick delivery.

How can a company make sure the items they sell get to the consumer in a hurry? And how can companies keep up with the pace in the midst of shipping delays and a shortage of labor? Many businesses are upgrading their order fulfillment process by leaning more on automation … and by turning to robots, instead of humans, for repetitive tasks. 

When is the optimal time for sellers to modernize fulfillment and get up to speed with intelligent automation? This article says the best time is NOW. 

THE 76 BEST MBA PROGRAMS IN THE USA 

Key Point: Which colleges in America do you think offer the strongest MBA programs? Does Harvard come to mind? Or maybe Wharton? 

For the second year running, Fortune Education published their top 76 picks for where to get that coveted MBA. Given that over 1,000 schools in the United States offer the degree, making the list is a noteworthy achievement.

Did your school make the grade in 2022? 76 Best MBA Programs

4 TIPS FOR LAST-MILE SUCCESS THIS HOLIDAY SEASON

Key Point: The last mile in the order delivery process is the most expensive mile of all. It can also be the place where the ball gets dropped and the order delayed. You can flawlessly execute every other part of the order, but if you fail at last-mile delivery … you have failed. You risk irritating the customer and perhaps even forfeiting the future orders a satisfied buyer would have made.

How can you beef up your last-mile success rate and keep customers smiling? Here are four tips you can use to conquer the final mile and grow the value of your brand.

THE MOST CREATIVE PEOPLE IN BUSINESS 2022

Key Point: Fast Company says they’ve combed “every sector of business” during the past year to find people who are impacting the world. Undoubtedly, you and I know business leaders and entrepreneurs who deserve to be on the list … but aren’t. That doesn’t make this article less interesting, though. 

From video game creators to teachers and puppeteers, here are 56 individuals whose work is “moving their entire industries forward.” Don’t miss the “Read More” drop-downs to find out more about these earthshakers.

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