It coming in the form of a mega mall in the mall friendly state of New Jersey. The confidently named American Dream is opening today in East Rutherford, best known as the home of MetLife Stadium, where the New York Jets and the New York Giants play.American Dream took a decade and half to become reality. The current developers, Triple Five, owned by the family of Edmonton, are also the ones behind the huge Mall of America in Minnesota, which opened in 1992.[Image: courtesy of American Dream]Unlike the traditional mall, American Dream is more entertainment than shopping to 45%, according to the official breakdown offered up on the retail mecca website.
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A robot greets customers at the entrance and answers questions using voice recognition software. Clients can swipe their national identification cards to enter the bank or scan their faces using the bank’s facial recognition device. Machines inside allow visitors to buy gold, change currency, or scout real estate investments using virtual reality goggles..
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That has changed what people value in their consumer goods. A just released by the Global Fashion Agenda, an international organization devoted to helping the fashion industry become more sustainable, found that 75% of consumers around the world view sustainability as extremely or very important, and mentions of sustainability with regards to fashion in social media have spiked between 2015 and 2018.But how can you tell the difference between brands that market themselves as sustainable and ones that actually make sustainable products? it a good thing that brands are feeling pressure to keep up with consumer demand for sustainable companies and products, says Andrew Chung, who has been investing in sustainable startups since 2006, first at Lightspeed and Khosla Ventures, then through his own company, 1955 Capital. Now the challenge is to distinguish between brands that are making serious, holistic commitments to sustainability, and brands that are making more superficial tweaks.