Day: October 29, 2021

Williston Halloween supplier sees flurry of last-minute shoppers

WILLISTON, Vt. (WCAX) – Halloween is this Sunday and locals have been shopping.

Whether it’s bags of candy or a last-minute costume, people have to get ready before they head out. “Usually, I sew my costume, but not this year,” said Pamela Salant, a shopper from Jericho.

“I’m trying to figure out what I want to be for Halloween,” said Colleen Choma, another shopper.

Williston’s Spirit Halloween store is seeing last-minute guests excited for more typical festivities. “I have a nephew who is trick-or-treating and we are going to do the whole thing around the neighborhoods,” said Salant.

Spirit store manager Cassandra Child says it’s like a spell has been cast. “This year has been insane, it’s been nuts.” She says They’ve been crushing sales goals, in some cases doubling their target. A mad dash for all things dress-up, but not just for people.

“There were three different shelves full

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Top supply chain trends to watch out during festive season sales in 2021

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With new festive demand expectations, online shopping sites and logistics providers in India are preparing their supply chains for festive season sales. In India, e-commerce has turned out to be a primary platform that supports and facilitates lakhs of MSMEs, kiranas, artisans and sellers.

Many e-commerce companies have geared up for the festive season sale to capture their customers’ attention. The businesses that win this festive season are the ones that clearly understand the shopping trends. Beyond knowing what customers want, it is necessary for them to know what type of supply chain trends are going to take place during this festive season.

5 Supply Chain Trends for 2021’s Festive Season Sales

The primary determinant of businesses attaining their sales targets and businesses failing to do so is the way they manage their supply chain operations. The supply chain and logistics decisions contribute heavily to

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The Best Spas And Hotels In The U.K. With CBD Treatments

Cliveden House was once the home of Nancy Astor; American-born, incredibly wealthy, ferociously intelligent and in 1919, the first woman to take her place in the House of Commons as an MP.

Today, Cliveden, on the banks of the River Thames in Berkshire, is a luxury hotel and from November 1, the OTO brand will take up a four-month residency at the hotel spa with CBD-based treatments; one of a growing number of luxury hotels to do so. 

With law changes in the past few years, CBD (Cannabidiol) is now legal in the U.K. as long as it does not contain more than 0.2% of THC, the component that gives cannabis its psychotic effects. Its acceptance by established hotels is an invaluable marketing tool for brands at the luxury end

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