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June 12, 2024
When Tom Dixon noticed knockoffs of his iconic Beat light flooding the market, he decided to introduce his own lower-cost version as competition. Should other designers follow suit?
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June 5, 2024
A few years after peaking around the pandemic, many design e-commerce retailers are closing or shrinking. What’s driving the post-boom bust, and will it last?
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May 29, 2024
A growing cadre of design personalities are leaving traditional platforms in favor of Substack, where they can turn a profit and reach their audience directly. Is this the next frontier of design content? Fred Nicolaus reports.
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May 22, 2024
After spending the last few years embracing the digital realm, the design community is exploring new ways of connecting in person—and a recent slate of successful events may prove that pop-ups are the industry’s sweet spot.
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May 8, 2024
The post-recession, post-pandemic digital age has created fertile ground for a growing class of independent American woodworkers to sell to a wide swath of furniture shoppers. What’s driving the phenomenon, and how big can it get?
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May 1, 2024
Last week, the FTC issued a ban on noncompete clauses, arguing that they stifle entrepreneurship and competition. Here, BOH examines how the ban, which could potentially go into effect later this year, would impact designers.
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April 17, 2024
Healthy attendance, crowd-pleasing collabs and inventive presentations filled the (mostly) sunny long weekend in North Carolina.
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