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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.
- Spring Issue Release | Be sure to check out the spring issue of Sleep Retailer before the summer issue comes out! In it you'll find—our cover story, Brooklyn Bedding Can Help You Build Your Brand, a Q&A all about the power of aromatherapy in sleep products, a pillow-oriented product focus and much more. View the issue in digital PDF form here and in web story form here.
- According to this article from Rubbernews.com, the US consider 1,731% tariff on China-made mattresses.
- High Point Market released its summer/fall 2019 style report. We've covered it at Sleepretailer.com.
- Digiday recently introduced its new modern retail vertical.
- A new state-of-the-art exhibition space is taking shape in Downtown Las Vegas. Trade Show News Network has the scoop.
- Malouf recently introduced new features on its adjustable base app. Read the full story from Sleep Retailer.
- According to this article from Digital Commerce 360, mattress retailer Nectar Sleep is expanding its assortment to sell other considered purchases, with newly launched furniture brand Bundle.
- This story from The Feed explores what actually happens to returned trial mattresses.
- OMI expands its OEM services, designer partnerships and retail reach under new leadership. Learn more at Sleepretailer.com.
- How comfortable (or laughable) could a butt-shaped pillow be? Find out in this story from Mashable on the new 'Buttress' pillow!
- Business Insider highlighted insights on retail innovation from the CEO of the company described as the"airbnb of retail."
- The High Point Market Authority is currently accepting submissions for the fall 2019 design bloggers tour. We wrote about it at Sleepretailer.com.
Science & Fun Stuff
- Can sleeping with the TV on really lead to weight gain? Forbes sets out to answer the question in this article.
- Sleep apps are reportedly linked with insomnia according to this story from Refinery 29.
- This blog post from Psychology Today explores the connection between sleep-disordered breathing and aging.
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