BREAKING NEWS: Release of approved Biosecurity Solution that significantly reduces up to 99.99% of the Human Coronavirus’ Basic Reproduction Rate in any indoor space.

In a strategic partnership, The Crane Consulting Firm LLC and Advanced Technologies are pleased to announce the public availability of a scientifically validated antiviral, antimicrobial, and sanitization preventative control technology. The EPA registered Biosecurity technology provides a residue-free application that continuously sanitizes the air and common surface areas from viruses, pathogenic bacteria, molds, and mildew with no harmful impact on humans or pets in the treatment area. Furthermore, the technology is substantiated by its approval with USDA National Organic Standards in the sanitizer/disinfectant category as a chemical-free process in the US and Europe. Read More…

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The Pandemic Is Widening a Corporate Productivity Gap

During the Covid-19 pandemic, most businesses have adopted new ways of working. Many employees have gone remote, interacting with customers and coworkers virtually. Others continue to go to a workplace each day, but perform their jobs very differently. Everyone is doing their best. But how productive have companies actually been during the pandemic relative to where they were before Covid-19? …Read More Here

The coronavirus-fueled tech trends that will continue to dominate daily life

Coronavirus hasn’t just shut down huge swaths of American business and sent many employees scrambling to work from home — it’s also driving the acceleration of technological adoption. As people adapt to new modes of life, start-up businesses that enable us to work, study, shop, and interact virtually have skyrocketed to mainstream adoption… READ MORE

What Marketers Can Learn From Home Depot’s Beloved (and Sold-Out) 12-Foot Skeleton

For much of mankind’s history, artists and art aficionados have sustained a fascination with the depiction of the human body—sans skin. Skeletons and skulls utilized as popular artistic imagery can be traced as far back as when the Pre-Pottery Neolithic B plastered human skulls created in the ancient upper Mesopotamia region between 8,000 and 6,000 B.C. Since then, a slew of famous, illustrated, painted and animated bare bones have cropped up… READ MORE