The world of entertainment was rocked substantially by the COVID-19 pandemic. Untold numbers of projects and jobs became frozen in limbo (or worse) during the slowdown, but creativity and resilience - always hallmarks of the entertainment world - sparked silver linings.
Corporate cybersecurity breaches have become more commonplace. With hundreds of thousands more employees working from home, with devices containing sensitive data leaving offices and entering homes at an exponential rate, those concerns have exponentially increased.
With much change in the air for 2021 – from the distribution of vaccines to the arrival of a new administration – it’s harder than ever to know what’s coming next and how businesses in virtually all industries should prepare for the months ahead. This roundtable discussion is designed to provide unique insights into business strategies for 2021.
In a global society, it’s hard to envision a time when markets were not well stocked with products that have their origins in every corner of the world, fresh and ready to savor.
It seems almost unbelievable that just one year ago, couples were celebrating Valentine’s Day by making reservations for crowded restaurants and afterwards seeing a film in-theater.
Thanks to smart pre-planning and a bit of good luck, Jennifer Kirkley-Vaughan’s stand-up paddle board and kayak rental business at Marina Beach isn’t just surviving the pandemic — it’s thriving.
Cross the Atlantic on a quest for the most magnificent cheeses and the most idyllic surrounds. You’ll see the sights, profile the flavors, plunder delectable recipes, and discover just how versatile French cheeses can be in everyday cooking.
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