Snooze News Weekly | October 4 – 10, 2019

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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.



News



  • Leesa Sleep recently introduced its new bed, the Leesa Legend. Learn more in this story from Sleep Retailer.

  • Find out how Tempur-Sealy is finding a middle ground amidst online industry disruptors in this story from Investors.com

  • STORIS recently launched a new CXM sales dashboard offering its users valuable new tools and features. Get the scoop from Sleep Retailer.


  • Healthcare Co., the Chinese company that owns MLily, is set to acquire MOR  Furniture For Less. Full story is available at  Sleepretailer.com.


  • We wrote a story about how to be a sustainable business on a day to day basis. | Sleep Retailer.

  • NRF is predicting solid holiday growth. Get the details from Herald Mail Media.


  • According to this article from Barrons, millenials and Gen Z are spending more—and they've honed in on six specific retails that stand to benefit.


  • Architect Magazine wrote about designing for better rest and productivity.



  • According to this brief from Retail Dive, a recent study shows that marketing spending for social media has overtaken print for the first time globally.

  • Nectar by resident debuted its 'Awaken Great Sleep' campaign—we covered it at Sleepretailer.com.

  • Twitch has teamed up with Berlin-based generative music startup Endel for a new channel that aims to lull gamers and other Twitch viewers to sleep. | Variety 


  • There's a smart robot that can clean your bed and Mashable published this story/video about it.

  • Corsicana created a retail lab in its newest factory showroom to help retailers see how to best showcase its sub-brands. We've got the details at Sleepretailer.com.


Science & Fun Stuff



  • This INC story is all about how to sleep well on the road.

  • Age, gender and geography all impact sleep. At Sleep Retailer, we explored how.

  • According to the NY Times, you shouldn't sleep on your back when you're pregnant.

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