CX Weekly

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CX Stories

Stacks House, a pop-up with purpose has opened in downtown LA to promote financial independence among women in the US.
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Walmart has opened an Al-powered store of the future in New York designed to improve efficiency.
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LEGO unveils new Braille bricks for visually-impaired children.
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Banana Bar pop-up in Amsterdam invites customers to bring in old bananas in exchange for homemade banana bread.
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QPR has announced it will be gifting its naming rights to a charity next season and have asked supporters to choose the cause.
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Mineral Water brand Bru have created handmade plates designed to stop you from instagramming your dinner.
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Statistic

Nearly 7 in 10 consumers are more likely to buy beef if it is labelled “natural” and around half of those are willing to pay more.
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