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Each week, we find, curate and share the most relevant bedding and mattress news stories from across the web. Check out what we're reading this week.
- Bearaby, a new D2C brand, recently rolled out a collection of weight bedding. We wrote about it at Sleepretailer.com.
- It's that time of year again. Registration for the winter Las Vegas Market 2019 is now open! Go register today.
- In Chicago, a mattress factory caught on fire this week. Read more from the Chicago Tribune.
- Malouf partnered with design firm, Milieu, to furnish luxury suites near the Logan Historic Theatre District with Malouf products for visiting retailer guests to experience. Read more here from Sleep Retailer.
- Apple is launching its own sleep tracker with a $150 price tag. Get the scoop from the Daily Mail UK.
- Forbes recently released its retail year in review.
- This list from Huffington Post UK highlights Christmas themed bedding to light up your holiday.
- Eclipse International recently appointed a sales lead to elevate the Pure Talalay Bliss brand. We covered the news at Sleepretailer.com.
- Check out Forbes' list of "off the radar retail predictions."
- Southerland recently announced its acquisition of Tualatin Sleep Products. We covered it in this article from Sleep Retailer.
- In this story from Investors.com, 29rooms, a pop-up museum concept, is explored as a new way for retailers to engage with consumers.
- House Beautiful UK reported that Simba Sleep is showcasing its mattresses with a new luxury sleep retreat in this article.
- Malouf was recently named as a 2019 Best Place to Work by Glassdoor—one of the world’s largest job and recruiting sites. Read more about the selection process and the company's culture in this update from Sleep Retailer.
Science & Fun Stuff
- Check out this list of gifts for people who love to sleep curated by Greatist.com.
- According to this story from Refinery29, women are more likely to sleep text than men.
- A recent study from USC found that the number of Americans getting insufficient sleep is growing.
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