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People throw the word ‘scale’ around as if is the only objective of every business that has gained any traction but the truth is that most entities will not scale, and many were never meant to in the first place. Then, every once in a while, there is a unicorn storefront concept that seemingly shouldn’t scale (because of the internet) but then does. Today, we’re going to learn that proximity and speed are key factors when it comes to repairing the most important devices we all have.
uBreakiFix ranked No. 11 on Ingram’s 2018 Corporate Report 100, a comprehensive assessment of the 100 fastest growing companies in the Kansas City region. For the first time in the Report’s 34-year history, each of the top 100 companies showed an increase in revenues of 100 percent or more over the last four years, making it the publication’s most competitive ranking to date. Ingram’s 2018 Corporate Report 100 ranks uBreakiFix as #11 for factors including revenue growth, job creation, and impact on the economic development of the Kansas City region. This is uBreakiFix’s first year ranking on the Report.
uBreakiFix announced significant growth for the second quarter of 2018, boasting a total of 38 new stores, marking a 58 percent increase over last year’s second quarter growth. These second quarter additions bring the brand’s total to 408 stores across North America.
Have you noticed the shortage of high-end graphics cards? If you are not a PC gamer, then the answer is probably no. But that doesn’t mean you shouldn’t care. As digital currencies become increasingly prominent, their collective impact will continue to reach beyond the crypto economy and into our material world. The current shortage of PC graphics cards is the latest example, but it won’t be the last.
In the workplace, many tech enterprises spend much of the day, if not all of it, looking at a screen. New apps and platforms emerge every day claiming to improve time management, increase efficiency and streamline collaboration — however, these innovations can often do more harm than good by introducing new distractions into the workplace. How can businesses leverage and limit technology to increase productivity, maximize talent and resources and support a healthy work-life balance? Here are four tips to check in by checking out.
Dropping a phone is never fun. It usually results in a brief moment of breathless despair followed by an immediate moment of fear that the device may have been damaged beyond the point of normal daily use, which for some usually leads to having to purchase a new device entirely if they didn’t have insurance, or paying for the insurance to send you a refurbished device replacement. You can also try to repair the phone yourself if you know what you’re doing, but if you’re not quite sure then you can end up damaging your device even more and perhaps beyond repair. This is where services like uBreakiFix come in. It has trained technicians that handle the repair for you and in most cases it’s done pretty quickly so you can have the device back same-day.