BIV on Roundhouse November 24: How to survive Black Friday

Plus, SFU professor Kendra Strauss discusses the university's new major in labour studies and Nimbyx's Stephanie Leakey discussess her company's partnership with the NFL

On the latest show, Best Buy spokeswoman Christine Tam discusses how Black Friday and Cyber Monday are changing the way retailers approach holiday shopping.

Then, SFU professor Kendra Strauss explains why the university is offering a new major in labour studies in a bid to address job scarcity issues.

Later, Nimbyx director of marketing Stephanie Leakey discusses her e-commerce agency’s new partnership with an NFL team and how digital trends are changing consumer experiences.

And BIV reporter Patrick Blennerhassett discusses the World Bank’s list of most substantial business reforms over the past 15 years and why there’s nary a mention of Canada.

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