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December 18, 2019 1 min read

LESS will be a big buzz word in 2020 and that will mean removal or restrictions of the non-essentials. From fashion and tech to automotive, millennials are continuing to minimize there lifestyles and the following industries are feeling the effects: 

  • Fashion (Department stores)
  • Big Box Electronics
  • Casual Dining
  • Cable TV

There's a central theme in the killing of these industries and that is the convenience of sustainability. Striving for less will be the ultimate outcome in 2020 and moving forward. This isn't a prediction, but more of a concise observation of where things are going. 


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