August was a great month in data and these infographics do not disappoint. Need insight into wine? Or maybe you’re curious about sales and marketing efforts? Read on for all this and more.
Great news for the environment: the number of Americans relying on their automobiles to get to work has dropped. In 2007, 85% of Americans drove themselves to work, while 6% shared a ride with someone else. The August 2018 edition of the survey found that the amount of Americans driving alone dropped to 77%, and amount of workers using mass transportation increased from 4 to 6%.
Now for some disappointing news: in the United States, we waste between 30-40% of our food supply. In 2017 alone, U.S. residents wasted $218 billion worth of food. This infographic gives great tips on what you can do to combat this wasteful epidemic.
Linkedin recently conducted a survey to see how sales and marketing professionals feel about the conjointed effort. 60% feel misalignment between sales and marketing can negatively impact financial performance. The answer? It may lie within this inforgraphic, and content marketing.
Millions of selfies are taken every day, and 95% of millennials have taken at least one in their life. What was once considered narcissistic behavior is now an encouraged part of social media interaction. This infographic shows how AR (augmented reality)
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