As shoppers slowly head back to brick-and-mortar stores, new habits and new expectations for what true omnichannel is all about are taking center stage. Retailers that survived a year of baptism by fire are gearing up for commerce in 2021 and beyond by altering physical store layouts, providing customer-centric convenience and reimagining experience centers.
Specifying Sustainable Concrete Q&A panel Date: Tuesday 30 June 2020 Time: 12:30 – 13:30 Price: FreeAdd to calendarBook now The Concrete Centre guide ‘Specifying Sustainable Concrete’ sets out to assist designers in optimising the sustainable credentials of concrete through specification. The guide focuses on concrete, its constituent materials and how the variation of specification can influence embodied carbon; the performance of fresh and hardened concrete (e.g. strength gain, durability); the use of recycled/secondary materials as well as information on responsible sourcing and assessment methods.
The airline will replace the plastic straws, stirring sticks and cutlery used in the cabins and lounges with eco-friendly materials from February 2020…
The Paris climate goals, the European Green Deal and the Energy Union Strategy call for a climate-neutral economy and society by mid-century. For this to happen, our energy system must be profoundly transformed: from electricity and heat to transport and industry. That is why it is particularly important that different actors – such as companies and households – actively participate in the energy transition.
The City of Dearborn and its partners were considerably busy in 2018. They worked to implement a new marketing strategy, continued to push for major economic development, added several new businesses, and further defined themselves as a Healthy Dearborn community that everyone can live, work, study, visit and play in.