Though the COVID-19 pandemic is often thought of being destructive for businesses, some actually thrived because of it. Their futures are now uncertain as the province reopens and they learn whether their new customers will keep coming.
Arts & Life
“One’s living environment can have a determinate effect on one’s mindset and mental well-being,” according to one feng shui master.
A pandemic and a suffering economy isn’t the ideal environment to start a business for any entrepreneur, but this determined family decided the COVID-19 pandemic wasn’t going to stop them.
Tmall’s Double Eleven shopping season logo in 2020. (Picture courtesy Tmall’s official) Ten thousand bottles of facial cleanser sold in 10 seconds. Fifteen thousand lipsticks were snatched up in 15 minutes, and sales exceeded US$1.6…
What does traditional retail lack that is causing a new generation of consumers to reinvent the shopping experience?
Comic books and comedy combined for a night of roast battles, where comedians came in costume to battle each other in a flurry of jokes instead of punches. The Marvel vs. DC comedy roast took…
What was once a cheaper alternative for buying necessities, mostly secondhand clothing, has slowly been rising in cost.
The east end’s first golf simulator opened by entrepreneur Andrew Scott on March 5 after a year of planning and development.
Hugh’s Room was priced out of their original location in March of 2020 and has found a new home in East Toronto.
New local bookstore, The Scribe, on Danforth Avenue captures attention from a younger demographic than expected.