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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.
- NEW ISSUE ALERT: The latest issue of Sleep Retailer hit the streets last month. Read it as web stories here or in the digital issue format (a PDF) here.
- Sealy recently unveiled an expanded and updated mattress portfolio. Read the full story at Sleepretailer.com.
- Bed, Bath and Beyond has been busy – the company launched its first of eight new brands slated to be rolled out this year. Forbes covered it.
- Candice Olson is slated to headline this month’s Ideastreams webinar from the High Point Market Authority. Read more about the upcoming virtual education opportunity from Sleep Retailer.
- Amazon and Walmart are going head to head. Retail Dive wrote about how the competition is changing retail.
- Entrepreneur wrote about Puffy, a new mattress company and its CEO.
- Steinreich recently brought a publishing executive on board. Get the scoop at Sleepretailer.com.
- A newish company that supports retail communications called Retail Zipline recently earned $30M in series B funding. Read more from TechCrunch.
- NMG is poised and ready for its second Virtual PrimeTime this month and is welcoming back programming like Mattress University and introducing a new furniture forum. | Sleepretailer.com
- The NRF predicts a strong retail sales year ahead in 2021. Get the full story from Supply and Demand Chain Executive.
- Spring Air partnered with Mattress Firm to test market its Nature’s Rest lineup. We’ve got the full scoop at Sleepretailer.com.
- According to this story from PYMNTS, landlords are accommodating more risky short terms retail leases.
Science & Fun Stuff
- What is linen? Read more about the popular bedding material. | Insider
- Healthline explored what your sleeping position says about you.
- Medical News Today has insights into how to select an adjustable base.
- Survey results from People show that one of the top reasons Americans are having trouble sleeping now is anxiety about the future.
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