Corporate Bankruptcies Surpass COVID Peaks: Is the Worst Yet to Come in 2023?
In the time since our 2022 blog post, Commercial Bankruptcies May Come Back With a Vengeance in 2023, our prediction has become a stark reality.
The Perfect Storm Is Brewing For More Retail Bankruptcies After Bed Bath & Beyond And David’s Bridal
Retailers face a perfect storm due to the rising cost of capital, trouble in the banking sector, slowing residential real estate market, record levels of household debt and persistent inflation that is already turning the tide on consumer demand.
The Trickledown Effect: How Silicon Valley Bank’s Failure Impacts Supply Chains
Your suppliers’ ability to deliver on-time, on specification, and per the terms of contracts will be put to the test.
Even in The Pandemic Era, The Fundamentals Still Matter
‘Change’ is not an unfamiliar word in the fashion industry. But in recent years, it’s been a loaded one—as stores began to shift from brick and mortar to eCommerce. Inherent in this major trend was (and is) a complete reshaping of legacy companies’ operating models, operating efficiencies, inventory management, human capital, and much more. In the pandemic era, the new model (and all its conveniences to boards and customers alike) has taken on an outsized weight.
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