Art museums — and museums in general — are experiencing a drastic decrease in attendance since the onset of the pandemic. Even extremely popular museums such as the Musée du Louvre saw almost three-quarter fewer guests in 2020. In response, many museums are looking for new and creative way to use technology to engage their audiences — and draw them back into their doors.
Everyone in the construction pipeline — from owners and developers to contractors, subcontractors, and vendors in the deep construction supply chain — have been impacted by the ongoing coronavirus pandemic. In response, members of the industry are turning to address both short- and long-term business challenges.
In our post-pandemic world, consumers have learned to live, work, and shop more locally. In fact, 56% of shoppers are looking to local stores for their needs, moving away from malls and toward more hyper-local choices. In the coming year, 75% of consumers plan to shop locally for their goods and services. For that reason, local marketing is a key component of any business strategy. Local marketing is a way for your business to target people who live within a specific range surrounding your business. It helps to improve sales and conversion rates by targeting nearby customers through digital marketing.
Each year, there are almost 1.5 million medication errors across the United States — approximately one every 21 seconds. Many of the mistakes — which doubled in the first decade of the new millennium — include wrong dosages and prescriptions written for the wrong medicine.
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