Happy Day of Thanksgiving

Happy Day of Thanksgiving

For most Americans, this third Thursday of November shuts down just about everything. Other than in commerce and shopping that must continue, most workers are enroute to family gatherings that can resemble reunions and banquets. All come for as many reasons as the...
Indigenous People’s Day

Indigenous People’s Day

Some reading this title will think this is some sort of protest of the notion of Columbus Day. It isn’t. This is simply another note from your friends at Vendorship to share an idea or two, through the lens of how great we are and the prospect of how great we can...
Pandemic to Inflation; “Oh my!”

Pandemic to Inflation; “Oh my!”

During our usual onboarding process with new clients, we spend most of our time evaluating their strengths and capacity to advantage the obligations of governments. Nowadays, we spend a lot of time examining their fears of inflation and recession. Those fears may not...
Government Buys Ideas

Government Buys Ideas

Most of the $660 billion that the US federal government spends each year is of course, designated for military defense. But the US federal government spends nearly $200 billion dollars on ideas that help ‘public services’ run more efficiently, and more than $50...
National Voter’s Registration Day

National Voter’s Registration Day

This week closes the recognition of something called National Voter’s Registration Day in America. Now we often present to our readers the question of why we are talking about a certain topic in the context of business. This subject really begs that question. What...