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  The world of ecommerce has exploded.  You can now buy virtually anything online and have it at your doorstep in days. More and more brands are going “direct to consumer.” Meaning, they are bypassing traditional retail channels like department stores and selling directly to customers via online stores. While the for-profit sector...

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  For nonprofits, the digital marketing struggle is real. New technologies, tools and channels are constantly emerging. Social media is its own beast, requiring constant attention to stay on top of the latest trends (we’re looking at you, TikTok). But marketers keep coming back to good ol’ email. That’s because it’s cheap to use,...

America’s 20-year war in Afghanistan officially ended on Aug. 30, when a U.S. military C-17 carried the last American troops out of the country. But a whole new mobilization is already afoot to resettle more than 100,000 people, including many women and young children, that have been evacuated from Afghanistan since...

Every September, the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) promotes National Disaster Preparedness Month through its Ready campaign. It’s an excellent opportunity to remind everyone that a disaster can occur anywhere, anytime, so being prepared for the worst is the best thing we can all do. But the human toll of disasters is...

In recent years, we’ve endured a slew of record-breaking catastrophes, including Hurricanes Harvey, Maria, and Irma, the worst wildfires on the West Coast in decades and, of course, the once-in-a-century COVID-19 pandemic. Driven by climate change, the frequency and severity of extreme weather events only seems to be getting worse. The...

  In early April, the 4,094-foot La Soufrière volcano on the eastern Carribean island of Saint Vincent violently erupted, spewing 460 million cubic feet of debris into the atmosphere.  Two-thirds of the island chain, officially known as St. Vincent and the Grenadines, was covered in as much as a foot of volcanic...

Many nonprofits need computer software and equipment in order to properly manage their day-to-day operations. ...

In the freight transportation business, “less than truckload” shipping refers to moving relatively small quantities of freight — anywhere from 1 to 12 pallets.  Also known as “less than load” or LTL shipping, this service is used by businesses that don’t require a full truckload or semi-trailer worth of space. LTL...