“That’s the beauty of cell phone technology; it is unbiased, ubiquitous, and with our free service, available to any parent in the US.”

According to the National Research Center On Hispanic Children and Families, Latino child poverty rose During the COVID-19 pandemic, especially among children in immigrant families. The study…


“There are people who have behavioral health issues, psychiatric issues, they have substance abuse issues, eating disorders, the list goes on. These people need treatment.”

According to SAMHSA, Any Mental Illness (AMI) is defined as having a diagnosable mental, behavioral, or emotional disorder, other than a developmental or substance use…


“We are finding that many times, the greatest minds in the construction industry also have the biggest and most generous hearts.”

Jeremy Owens

2021 has rejuvenated a housing market boom; the construction industry added 110,000 jobs in March, recovering over 80% of the jobs lost during the pandemic. There is a newfound…


“We engage and support the local community through partnerships with organizations like the Chamber of Commerce, non-profits, and the local tech ecosystem.”

According to the Wall Street Journal “The pandemic resulted in the permanent closure of roughly 200,000 U.S. establishments above historical levels”, the resilience of small business owners focusing…


For more than a year, pandemic-induced social and economic upheavals have been wreaking havoc on the retail landscape, forcing businesses to grapple with shifting industry regulations and drastic changes to supply chains, revenue streams, and consumer behavior.

Despite the fallout from Covid-19 which has led to business closures and the…


Retail strategies are making the shopping experience personal during Covid-19 and beyond

What we’re buying, how we shop and what we expect from retailers is shifting rapidly, and as physical shops reopen, a hybrid model of online and in-person retail is emerging. …


4 Shifts in Consumer Behavior That Could Long Outlast the Pandemic

At the start of the Covid-19 pandemic in the U.S., restrictions, supply chain disruptions and health concerns pushed consumers to change how they shopped, worked, traveled, ate, learned and interacted with one another. …


How Covid-19 Is Changing The Psychology of Dining Out

Why do people love going out to eat? It’s not just about the food, convenience, or even the service, although they all matter. Eating out is really about the overall experience. …


Mall Shopping in a COVID-19 Holiday Season

Whether you enjoy it or absolutely dread it, shopping is a big part of the winter holiday season. Covid-19 concerns and restrictions have accelerated the shift to online retail that was already underway, and this year’s online purchases are on track to significantly outpace in-person holiday sales.

The current pandemic…


COVID-19: Restaurants Tackle New Challenges as Dining Moves Indoors

Since Covid-19 first emerged as a threat to public health earlier this year, restaurants have been managing months of uncertainty, and they continue to face new challenges almost every day. Restaurants have made impressive changes to accommodate Covid-19 requirements in order to stay viable while keeping staff and consumers safe.

Matthew Loughran, EMBA

Social Impact Entrepreneur at Midtown West Media, Emerging Technology Advocate, Host of Future Tech Radio Show

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