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How Do You Spell R-E-P-E-A-T?

TGA

When your core product has a lifetime warranty, how do you give customers a reason to return, and build repeat business? If you have a winning formula – social media, plug-and-play retail loyalty programs, seminars, local partnerships and the like – we'd love to feature you in an upcoming Travel Goods Showcase story about fostering customer loyalty in today's retail climate. It's a challenging time to be in retail, and your story could help others enjoy similar success. If you're willing to share, please contact Showcase writer Garrett Lai: 949-631-1999, garrett@travel-goods.org.

We Need You: Provide Info for TGA Testimony in Trump GSP Country Reviews of India, Indonesia, and Thailand

TGA

Next week, TGA will testify on behalf of the industry to urge the Trump administration to not withdraw Generalized System of Preferences (GSP) benefits for India, Indonesia, and Thailand. All three countries are major suppliers of travel goods to the U.S. market under the GSP program. Under GSP, U.S. imports of travel goods can enter duty-free from eligible countries under flexible rules of origin. The Trump administration can use the country reviews to withdraw those benefits for India, Indonesia, and Thailand. We need you to provide information for the testimony. Please contact TGA's Nate Herman at nate@travel-goods.org if you are importing from one of these countries.

Retail Reimagining: Why Being Great is no Longer Good Enough

KNOWLEDGE@WHARTON

The retail industry is undergoing a major repositioning as legacy stores and brands that were once customer favorites fall victim to shifting consumer demands. Wharton marketing professor Barbara Kahn joined Knowledge@Wharton to explain why in today’s retail environment it takes more than a great sale to keep customers coming back for more. READ MORE

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These Insider Travel Secrets Will Make Your Next Flight a Breeze

TOWN & COUNTRY

Whether you're looking to elevate your in-flight experience with an upgrade, deciding on the best time to fly, or picking the least germy seat on the plane, life above 30,000 feet is filled with quandaries. Luckily, finding the answers doesn't need to be complicated – all it takes is a little insider information to unlock the secrets of the skies and make your time at cruising altitude smooth sailing. READ MORE

12 Most Dangerous Places in the World

READER’S DIGEST

You know not to plan a vacation for North Korea or Iraq, but there are still plenty of desirable locations where the traveling can be tricky – or downright deadly. Read through our list to keep your family safe. READ MORE

7 Predictions on the Next Era of Digital Retail

FORBES

We are now a generation into digital retail, but change continues to accelerate. In the Third Era of Digital Retail, traditional barriers and frameworks will fall by the wayside. Everyone can be a retailer and every surface a store. There will be new competitors from outside the sector as well, reimagining what retail can be. Thriving in such challenging conditions requires entirely different combinations of skills and the courage and creativity to rethink entire business models. READ MORE


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10 Change-Leadership Tips Backed by Science

LADDERS

Most of our daily activities including many of our work habits are controlled by a part of the brain called the basal ganglia. These habitual repetitive tasks take much less mental energy to perform because they become hard wired and we no longer have to give them much conscious thought. So it’s no wonder that the way we’ve always done it not only feels right, it feels good. But if science helps explain our negative reaction to change, it also offers insights for helping people deal with change. READ MORE

4 Savvy Social Media Marketing Lessons from IHOP, Burger King and More

PR DAILY

IHOP wasn’t the only organization to recently savor sweet marketing victory. Following the restaurant chain formerly known as IHOP’s announcement that the “b” in its new moniker stood for “burgers,” social media users had a field day tweeting jokes and poking fun at the marketing effort. It didn’t take long for other fast-food brands to chime in, but the biggest consumer reaction came after Burger King quietly changed its name to “Pancake King” on Twitter and Facebook. READ MORE

Your Flex Work Culture Doesn’t Help Employees If It Hurts Their Careers

HARVARD BUSINESS REVIEW

Everyone needs flexibility at some point in their careers, whether to take a pet to the veterinarian, to serve as the best man in a brother’s wedding, or to pay last respects at a great aunt’s funeral. And working moms may not be the only ones who suffer professionally and personally when they feel unable to negotiate their work around the stuff of real life. So we asked a question that’s rarely been addressed in academic studies: What happens to all employees when they feel that working flexibly at their organization will derail their careers? READ MORE

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