Monthly Archives: April 2017

Hike To The Top Of Møns Klint With Kim Dao

People who watch Kim Dao’s videos probably already know that she is now in Denmark attending her grandmother’s funeral. After paying respects to her grandma, Kim reconnects with her family and goes to some of Denmark’s major sights. Luckily for subscribers to her vlog channel, Kim has been posting amazing videos about her Denmark adventures onto YouTube in recent days. One video, “Beautiful Denmark | Sightseeing at Møns Klint | Kim Dao,” takes viewers on a trip with Kim and her cousins to one of Scandinavia’s natural wonders: Møns Klint.


Kim Dao explains at the start of the video that she is going on a tour of Denmark with a few of her cousins. After breakfast, Kim Dao hops on a super-modern Danish train.


Just a few moments later, Kim Dao gets off the train and buys a bottle of water at a supermarket. Then, Kim Dao and her cousins drive across a bridge that looks very ominous due to the foggy weather.


Finally, Kim and her cousins arrive at a mountain called Møns Klint. This mountain is located on the Danish island of Møn alongside the Baltic Sea. They first look at a map of the mountain to decide the best walking route.


Although visitors are supposed to get a great view of the ocean from the top of the mountain, the weather is so foggy that Kim Dao can’t make out a thing. As Kim and her cousins look down, all they see is a think sheet of white fog.


Kim Dao closes out the video by visiting a restaurant called David’s Café. Kim orders a very fancy seafood dish. Then, a few moments later, Kim orders a quick dessert at a nearby Burger King. She tells her viewers that this will be her last vlog from Denmark and that she’ll be heading back to Japan tomorrow.


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Fabletics Booming on Amazon

Thriving in the fashion industry, especially in the e-commerce market is no mean feat. Kate Hudson’s company, Fabletics has depicted great success on Amazon by growing to a $250 million business in a span of three years. The company uses a subscription service to sell clothes to their clients. Their trade is quite simple. They understand that customers like pieces that are inspirational and those that push them to do much more. When this is mixed with membership and convenience, Fabletics acquires the best sales combination that propels the revenue of the company.


In the past, people defined quality goods based on the prices charged for the commodities. With the shift in economics, the combination is no longer effective to guarantee less competition or success. Instead, features like customer experience, exclusive designs, last-mile services, brand recognition, and gamification elements are the current determinants of the quality for the modern-day consumer.


Fabletics is planning to open up more physical stores in addition to the current 16 stores that are already operating in cities like Hawaii, Florida, Illinois, and California. According to the General Manager at Fabletics, Gregg Throgmartin, the company has been building a reimagined and modern vision of quality brand from day one. The membership criteria have enabled the firm to offer personalized services and fashionable pieces to their esteemed clients at half a price of the amount charged by the competitors. Fabletics believes that it is quite easy to make people happy when you know them and what they want.


The different techniques used by Fabletics’ physical stores

Reverses Showrooming

Most of the businesses practicing e-commerce have been adversely affected by Showrooming. People browse products online and then acquire them at a lower price elsewhere. Fabletics has reversed the model by transforming browsing to positive. This was possible because the firm was unique from the beginning. The current criteria applied by Fabletics enable the company to build relationships, earn clients trust, and understand the local markets through events as well as other activities.


Online statistics are the main retail strategy, but other factors apply

Fabletics understands that to succeed it has to show the client the right pieces in both the physical and the digital. Using local online statistics about the preferences of the group in that area mean that the physical stores will only have items that appeal to the people in the locality. This can be tweaked as the taste or trends changes. Fabletics stores are stocked based on the membership preferences, real-time sales activities, store heat-mapping data, as well as social media sentiment.


Considering factors for growth

Growth is a result of having a quality product at a fair price. Fabletics is among the fast growing companies who understand the needs of the new consumer. Fabletics gets past all the challenges that come its way by embracing a new technique of Showrooming and investing in physical stores.


Fabletics is a fitness attire company owned by Kate Hudson, an American movie star. The business operates on a basis of monthly membership. Those who register as VIPs get their first outfits at only $25 and there are discounts on other items. If you are not planning to purchase outfits for a certain month you can skip it and you will be charged $0 for that month. The pieces are of high quality, and considering the prices charged, Fabletics is a great deal.

Take the brief quiz on Fabletics to help the company create personalized attires fit for your lifestyle.

Omar Boraie Helps to End Hunger with Elijah’s Promise

They say it takes a village to raise a child. This is also found to be true when said in reference to the development of a community, in that it takes a village effort. According to NJBiz, one family has adopted this mentality and implemented it in every aspect of not only their lives, but their livelihoods. Omar and Sam Boraie, father-son duo and namesakes of the influential real estate development companies, Boraie Development LLC., used this morale in more than one way; one might say that they raise their village up with every move they make. Through their generous donations, their sponsorships, and their devotion to the needs of the less fortunate in the company, they have become a well-known name in the New Brunswick area.

Just last year, during the summer of 2016, Boraie development helped the New Brunswick Historical State Theatre to allow members of the community to view a series of six classic or modern movies– for free! Their donations and sponsorships funded this summer event at the high-tech theater from summer to August. Guests were permitted to view their favorite in quality and in style. One would say that Omar Boraie development allowed them unmatched opportunity as well as provided them with a well-deserved source of entertainment.

However, their helping hands do not stop there. Vice President of Boraie development, Sam Boraie, is on the advisory board of one of New Brunswick’s most influential services provided. Established in 1989 as a soup kitchen, Elijah’s Promise has now evolved into a sanctuary for the homeless and those in need. In an article on Rutgers, with the plethora of services and programs they have, they have the ability to provide all sorts of help such as meals, education and job training in the food industry, medical checks, HIV/AIDS testing, clothing, and so much more. This is most definitely one of the most revolutionary charities helped by Sam Boraie and Boraie development. Their outreach within their community is beyond admirable, and well complemented by their get-it-done attitude. Truly, the Boraie family has done and continues to do a fantastic job raising their village, setting an example for other communities that could benefit from doing the same.

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