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Trend Forecasting and Crowdsourcing: The Future of Fashion?

Monday 9 July 2012 | Guest

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 Written by footwear trend forecaster Kate Hart. The fashion industry needs to draw inspiration from a great many sources in order to achieve constantly updated, cutting-edge looks. I am a trend forecaster, and my role is to gather information and give direction, producing a valuable resource for designers and companies alike. We follow emerging and declining trends in order to predict patterns for the future. Trend forecasting involves visiting trade fairs, covering catwalk shows and keeping abreast of the current retail climate. ...

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MycroBurst and iContact – Supporting Startup Businesses Worldwide

Wednesday 27 April 2011 | Keith J. Hamilton

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At MycroBurst, our main focus has always been to support startups and small businesses. We know how hard it is to build a successful company from the ground up, and that the word "free" can be invaluable when budgets are tight.  This is why we are proud to share a special deal from our partner, iContact. If you haven't heard of iContact before, it is an innovative email marketing website which makes it easy for small to mid-sized businesses to send professional quality email ...

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5 Small Business Marketing Trends for 2011

Wednesday 29 December 2010 | Keith J. Hamilton

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Business today moves at warp speed, constantly in a state of evolution. Every year, new ideas continue to refine and in some cases, redefine how companies conduct business. Facebook and YouTube viral marketing campaigns are just a few examples of just how companies have moved from traditional business marketing methods towards more innovative trends which better reach their clients and prospective customers. Today’s topic will focus on similar game changing business marketing trends. Business Marketing Trends to Watch Out For: It is very ...

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