Being an online fashion retailer isn’t easy: you have to establish reliable logistics of stock replenishment, spend quite a lot on the website creation, think up and implement marketing initiatives actually to get people on your site. Adding insult to injury, the people nowadays won’t buy from a website because it’s the only platform they know and trust. The reality has changed! Currently, there is a huge number of online fashion retailers, and the number keeps growing every day by hundreds (if not thousands).
Creativity, culture, art, and design – these words characterize fashion best of all. That is exactly what many young people would like to do. Freedom of speech provides many opportunities today, and the fashion industry is one of the best ways to express yourself. In its turn, fashion journalism is one of the top demanded professions, and it has to do with reporting on the industry for media.
Can you remember how hard she tried in “Never Been Kissed” to present the best article on the life of teens? This role of Drew Barrymore is not the only example of a hard-working journalist/writer who wishes to become an editor one day. “The Devil Wears Prada” is just one more.
If you made up your mind to start own business of property management, you have to understand the procedure to begin with. The following advices will be useful for those who are aware of basics of property management and decided to get involved in these activities.
In the 21st century, in the era of online business, when walking along the traditional stores and shops is equal to the virtual tour of online stores, it gets more and more important to manage to present your business in the best possible way and light - with the mandatory professionalism. What do we need of to achieve this goal? - First thing you need is high quality photographs.
Desislava Pancheva was born on 14th March 1982 in Pleven. In 2000 she finished a Professional School in textile and clothes with the specialty of Constructing and Modeling of Clothes. After 2 unsuccessful tries to enter the university and study pharmacy, a disappointment and a love affair, she decided to try in the sphere of Industrial design in the Polytechnic university in Milan.
People have long ago understood that clothes serve not only to protect them from the impact of climate and nature, but also to communicate – to express some of their arrangements and mood. Business communication, as an informative process in business and organization area, can’t ignore such an important resource as corporate dress. That’s why it’s necessary to clarify some of the most significant and actual aspects of corporate dress in the context of exchanging messages and information with labor and organizational nature. What is the communicative nature of clothes and how can we read their messages in the organizational sphere?