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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: The spring edition of Sleep Retailer features up-to-date information on all of this season’s latest mattress collections, sleep products + bedding technologies. Check it out online: bit.ly/2Rixcan | bit.ly/3rTZa8R
- The Harvard Business Review considers how eCommerce will fit into the post-pandemic future in this article.
- According to eMarketer, there is a greater emphasis on technology and omni-channel retail emerging in China.
- MLILY is slated to open a new factory in South Carolina. Read the full update from Sleepretailer.com
- My Total Retail talks about how employee digital contract tracing could play a role in retail reopening.
- The Style Spotters Live schedule was recently announced and Sleep Retailer has the details.
- Retail Dive did a “deep dive” on whether or not home retailers have hit their peak.
- The Scott Brothers are introducing a new sub-brand: Drew & Jonathan Home. We wrote about it at Sleepretailer.com.
- Bed, Bath and Beyond’s latest brand is offering low-cost items starting at $1. | MarketWatch
- University of Miami and Eight Sleep are teaming up on a new recruitment program. Sleep Retailer covered the story.
- AARP rounded up a list of sleep tech tools.
- PureCare promoted Sarah Bergman to VP of Product Development in addition to her marketing role at the company. | Sleep Retailer
- Retail Dive named 5 signs that retail is “going to be ok.”
Science & Fun Stuff
- Vox made a case for sleeping in separate beds.
- New research shows that sleeping pills are unlikely to help women in the long term. Learn more from NBC News.
- Another study suggests that the night shift feature on iPhones does not actually help sleep quality. | Managed Health Care Executive
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