Everything that goes up must come down.
One doesn’t have to look too hard to see that Coco Chanel was a successful woman. And here’s why
I discovered there are several pretty crucial (and basic) elements involved that can really make all the difference in your campaign.
Not possible? Just ask Chiara Ferragni, who pulled in a reported $8 Million in 2015
Everyone is fighting to be relevant, whether it’s from a personal branding, or a company/product standpoint. Now more than ever, the need to create a product with buzz factor is essential. Sometimes that means refreshing or even reinventing your product(s) more than you’d like.
Everyone needs to watch this. #FastFashion and the need for Supply Chain Management is addressed on Tonight with John Oliver. Fast Fashion: Tonight with John Oliver
According to Google Trends, these brands were the most searched in the early part of 2016. What I find most interesting is not only are more than half Millennial budget to moderate shopping destinations, but the other 30% are luxury. So you have budget shoppers and then luxury shoppers, but nothing much in between and Forever21