Month: August 2018

“Innovative Vending Machines Are On The Rise” from Vending Market Watch

    Vending machines have become increasingly popular for consumers to make purchases on demand. There’s an initiative by some women at colleges looking for a Plan B vending machine. Another new vending machine in New York has made headlines for it’s jewelry. Vending machines are popping up all over the country, and oversees as… Read more »

“How Book Vending Machines Can Help Those Living In America’s Book Deserts” by Adam Rowe, Forbes

    Low-income neighborhoods in major cities across America have book deserts — a limited access to children’s books negatively impacts children’s vocabulary and reading comprehension. Book vending machines, installed in high-trafficked areas within these book deserts by NYC’s JetBlue airline, might be able to combat the problem. In 2016, NYU’s Steinhardt School of Culture,… Read more »