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"louis vuitton" Discussed on 10 10 WINS
"Many stores including Louis Vuitton van Cleef and Arpels elves and bird dogs are now open for curbside in store pickup instead all the stores can start to bring back their employees they can start to see the customers face to face again and they can start to think about a full scale re opening once once that's a loud and really leading this horrible crisis of recorded nineteen behind us and for visitors here like Maria from instead this is welcome news shows really good to see that we getting back to normal but again you know taking the measuring beans say everybody's keeping distance I'm very excited Roger stern ten ten wins Fifth Avenue governor Cuomo says five upstate regions will enter phase three re opening tomorrow that includes indoor dining in restaurants and the opening of nail salons and massage parlors he's leaving it up to local jurisdictions to decide about opening public swimming pools and playgrounds as long as they follow state guidelines applause here was asked today about the case of a teenager arrested during a protest that turned violent last week in the Bronx sixteen year old Jamelle leach was tasted blood I met the young man I met his family I'm very concerned I want to make sure we get the truth I wanna make sure we follow through based on what the facts tell us a little more sound that next few days teen's family plans to meet with reporters later this hour they say Jermall was only watching the looting on east Fordham road not taking part when he was beaten and arrested police confirm that a minor was arrested and charged with arson but would not confirm any other details saying only that the incident is under investigation NYPD commissioner Dermot Shea says more city cops will likely be disciplined over their actions during the protests during a tweeter a Twitter Q. and a with the rank and file today Shea said he doesn't want bad actors to stay in the profession so far two officers have been suspended the third has been placed on modified duty and the precinct commander was transferred the chairman of the joint chiefs of staff says he regrets taking part in the president's appearance at Washington at our Washington DC church last week which was preceded by protesters being cleared with tear gas defense secretary mark esper who did stand with the president during a photo op that included Mr trump holding up defense secretary mark esper who did stand with the president during a photo op that included Mr trump holding up a Bible has also expressed misgivings about the optics of the moment joint chiefs chairman general mark Milley was in battle fatigues that evening but did not stand in front of St John's church still he tells graduates of the national defense university he should not have participated in the walk over at all wait where the cloth of our nation come from the people of our nation and we must hold dear the principle of an apolitical military Millie making clear he believes the walkover was designed to show the president as tough on protesters while reaching out to his evangelical base Bob Costantini Washington Wall Street the Dow is now down nearly seventeen hundred points that's more than six percent three yeah it's totally normal to be constipated with belly pain straining imploding again and again No Way maybe it's occasional constipation.
"louis vuitton" Discussed on 10 10 WINS
"Stores on Fifth Avenue also the Nordstrom rack at thirty first in six and a bunch of people arrested in a much quieter so how was they were trying to break in terms of the Louis Vuitton store but again so how dramatically quieter but there's this feud between governor Cuomo mayor de Blasio was earlier in the day Tuesday the governor suggested he actually had the ability to displace the mayor and bring in the National Guard calling the mayor in the NYPD's handling of this crisis a disgrace the mayor called into ten ten wins to say areas if someone has been working there referred to the entire organization if you want to pay commissioner said he's a Big Boy the SEC commissioner Scheck so let's not mince words and play games someone is complex trying to put blame on other people this is what happens when it does seem there was some effect from this curfew that will continue again tonight Glenn Schuck ten ten wins here in mid town through Sunday as a matter of fact chief of department Terence Monahan disagrees with the governor's comments regarding the NYPD and perhaps now so does the governor his office called and apologised to staff to me at all he called the commission a directly to drive that that's not what he meant that he did not mean that I had to put down the place sauces I hope you will come out publicly and say that again today during his press conferences with the men and women of this agency have done a remarkable job in probably unprecedented times he was on the today show this morning where he said he thinks last night's eight PM curfew worked well your car if you really helped out sure I'd take it out of the neighborhoods people that didn't belong there you know eight o'clock helped a lot a lot of peaceful protesters protesters that was still broadcasting pass state recently are we allowed to continue but when a group of people who are looking to cause mayhem broke off we were able to take care of them very quickly and again the eight PM curfew has been extended through Sunday among the many unhappy with the mayor's handling of the unrest in the city PBA president Pat Lynch when it's twelve o'clock.
Trump to Deploy Military to Quell Riots
"Pain a lot of despair a lot of violence in America again last night in New York City the iconic Macy's department store was breached I saw a video of looting taking place in the streets of Manhattan the big fancy apple store the the glass doors shattered in Las Vegas a police officer was struggling with a suspect and somebody else came up behind officer shot him in the head that officers reportedly on life support as we speak four officers shot in St Louis police officers and first responders all over America are under siege sort of feels like one of those Hollywood movies like the purge and the president is of course trying to navigate this country in a way that very few presidents have ever been it's been challenged the president was mocked and taunted for supposedly hiding in the White House so yesterday he came out from the White House addressed the nation and talked about his responsibility to keep Americans safe the president from the rose garden talked about mobilizing all available federal resources civilian and military a lot of people are expecting that he is going to invoke the into the insurrection act which I I I cannot imagine why governors or mayors or anybody would object to the U. S. military assisting law enforcement attacked and keep people safe here's the president said yesterday from the rose garden I am mobilizing all available federal resources civilian and military to stop the rioting and looting to end the destruction and arson and to protect the rights of law abiding Americans including your second amendment rights you know speaking of the second amendment rights there was a video that went viral of a Florida sheriff that I had a pretty powerful message sheriff Grady judge of Polk County Florida reminded the looters anarchists and violent people to think twice before heading out to the suburbs of Polk County Florida but we have received information on social media but some of the criminals we're going to take your criminal conduct into the neighborhoods I would tell them if you value your life you probably shouldn't do that in Polk County because the people of Polk County like guns they have guns I encourage them to own guns and they're going to be in their homes tonight with the guns loaded and if you try to break into their homes to still the set fires I'm highly recommending they blow you back out of the house with their guns that's a sheriff of Polk County Florida now all of course on social media full who are anti gun people who are against the second amendment are livid at that share of making that suggestion but that's just the reality for a lot of homeowners and a lot of residents I've seen all kinds of video of homeowners in their driveways fourteen and pushing back violent people from their property there there's there's nothing easy about any of this because the most important take away is that the message behind the anger and the hurt and the heartache of George Floyd's death is being obscured by all the violence and my big fear is that there are a lot of people who don't really see a difference they believe that burning down somebody's store maybe a a an immigrant or or I'm a minority owned business is somehow acceptable I'm afraid that there are peaceful protesters who really don't mind the threat that the White House was under and continues to be under over under frankly it seems to me that people were angrier about the president visiting St John's Episcopal Church last night than they were looters in violent people trying to burn it down and that's very that's a very bitter pill to swallow this is a historic church Abraham Lincoln worship there before he went to forge unity was assassinated every president has prayed there trump went over there and held up a Bible his Bible apparently and the left went crazy they were livid what would you say you're angry that he's hiding in the White House the language he leaves the White House of course they have to clear the protesters out of the park for him to get there they got a clear path for him to go anywhere what is going to do the guests in a motorcade drives to to the to the airport or whatever he does I mean for crying out loud if protesters are blocking a park and I and I get the optics of it I really do I can appreciate somebody saying well you know they're they're clearing out of park using tear gas to clear the way for the president to go visit the church the president decided to have a very symbolic act I'm supporting a house of worship but even the bishop whose diocese includes that church condemned president trump for what he did and that's that's hard for millions of Americans understand quite frankly that's hard for people to accept one would think that demonstrating a viable the need for a return to our faith and even prayer one would think a bishop would welcome that but that doesn't that doesn't really compute when you hate the president this much when you hate the president was such a burning passion you don't care what it what he does you're you're gonna complain if he's in the White House hiding in the bunker as people of like to put it you're gonna complain it becomes out delivers an address to the to the nation of of trying to keep America safe there's nothing he can do we know what trump haters expect they don't even want to be defeated on November third they wanted to just quit they wanted to resign right now and anything short of that is unacceptable and I challenge trump haters you're listening to the show to tell me that I'm wrong you don't want to wait for the election if you did why would you what I have this kind of reaction to the president supporting St John's Episcopal Church president could invoke the insurrection act it makes no sense to me quite frankly what the what the delay is and we're gonna break this down for you just a moment what the insurrection act means that was signed into law by president Thomas Jefferson all the way back in eighteen oh seven the president seems to suggest that he's doing just that short of him the the formality of invoking the insurrection act here's what the president said yesterday we have a city or state refuses to take the actions that are necessary to defend the life and property of their residents then I will deploy the United States military and quickly solve the problem for them do you know how many governors have already lined up to say thanks but no thanks start with New York governor Cuomo apparently one on CNN and said nope not here as if the NYPD can't use the help I don't know governor Cuomo has seen but they are they have their looting all throughout Manhattan they're they're they're breaking into stores stealing apple computers a Nike shoes and Louis Vuitton bag overtime bags they're breaking down order and law governor of Illinois said apparently the same thing these
Designer Virgil Abloh Addresses Backlash Over Comments and Donations
"Do believe we disagree on one story the Virgil abloh donation stories. That's going viral if you don't know Virgil he is. The head designer for Louis, Vitton he designs Nike sneakers called off white which are like. One of the biggest sneaker. Things of the past. You know five whatever ten years. Big Time Conyers Yeah Connie's friends. You know he was a streetwear guy who kind of let legit with Louis Louis Vuitton, so in the street where all the secret world. You know the name Virgil. If you wear off whites, you certainly know him recipe. And anti-gay performing. Also, the at is he was a DJ I. was you guys like? To. I think he's DJ I. 'cause I remember I went to Coachella set. List was or whatever you call. It was released. I was like what the fuck is. Just show sneakers and I ended up. Deleting next week is going through like A. tweet like. I don't care that I didn't know of the DJ. Mentions to be. Think. They're the smartest person alive because they knew that, so I just deleted it or it was. People were very upset. That I didn't know virgils. Yeah, I mean I
Louis Vuitton Buys Second-Biggest Rough Diamond Ever, Eyes Top-Five Jewelry Position
"Luxury retailer Louis Vuitton will soon be home to the second biggest diamond in history last year Canadian miner Lucara diamond found a one thousand seven hundred fifty eight carat diamond at its votes one of mine and struck a deal to turn the rock into a collection of Louis Vuitton jewelry right on the big Tiffany Dale and now they do something on this on the side which also helped boost their profile and let people know you shall be a makes a a big indictments against some seasonal coffees mining indictments for Bloomberg news in London he says this is part of LVMH's big push into luxury jewelry coming just after buying Tiffany in a sixteen billion dollar deal so not only is the timing for this huge diamond exploration ideal probably a good opportunity for them to get some serious coverage and and marketing by using this very large diamond but diesel says this document is not that great it's unlikely to be worth what some of the other big gyms were worth so what makes it so rare everything just to survive at this size and not be pummeled
"louis vuitton" Discussed on News Radio 810 WGY
"With the Louis Vuitton monogram all for eleven hundred Bucks tech report Larry Olson NBC news radio this is the I heart podcast channel all the best podcast all on one channel and we travel the short stems from the bus stop to the entrance of disease find o'neill like some of the other buildings on campus is one tall towers surrounded on all four sides by holes in on it reading the image of a concrete barricades compressing a giant portrait what we just eventually those where he walked but I don't think there was a way if you would walk maybe that's why in the visitor's parking lot her name was on there because she got off right there where the buses walked around to the center they walked across yeah if she did that maybe she was lowered over by the visitor's parking lot somebody could call over yeah to a bunch of people who lived in some of these high rise storms we said they could watch the visitor's parking lot and there were always people around it around that time of night and she said classes were classes are getting out there's all sorts of people moving around and if anything happens you know probably if she was grabs who with the screen she was lured like that many other serial killers I need help here the technique of doing without any like the classical was Ted Bundy and university campuses if he can he was hurt looks yeah it's amazing these predators they can be the first thing that we teach at read kids use your voice yeah a most of the kids we tell kids be quiet time you keep telling me that if anyone tried to grab me to just scream as loud as I could because people come to fire yeah here were walking right now in the colonial slot is to get a feeling of the campus why do you day that like it because there's no evidence in her dorm or not people around if she had a she had made it to the area she would have been well speculation would go right as you can hear here as I'm talking yeah there's an act of this would be a good place to take someone even it was a little this is not we got scared you have this is not a good place to any person there's no opportunity presented itself for the individual just right as you said that the name on that is an indication that she was word we do not believe that she was up on nor did she ever come because of losses were left so there is no evidence if you have money on the table she you know there's no evidence of her planning to run away and there is no evidence of her actually making it to the door people who were in the streets there with yeah that they didn't hear Susie entering the room all the phone ringing all night phone records from the night she went missing showed that she was his boyfriend rich content was calling her dorm room phone for a good portion of the night there are nine holes including the tower that make up colonial Susie resided in Clinton hall diagonal from where we enter the clock all was not in session when we visited campus so when you arrive to her fault we knew that getting access to where she once lived was a long shot because we don't want to get anyone in trouble I won't go into the specifics but we were able to gain access to Clinton hall raising that question how secure dormitories actually are we made our way through the lobby and up the stairs to the second floor looking around at the linoleum floors the concrete walls the narrow hallways indoors it's clear that not much has changed over the past two decades we walked to room two oh six and look at the door this was where Susie left this was where she studies listen to music played on the computer talks on the phone with her friends and family this was where she never arrived on that night of March second nineteen ninety eight before we left we decided to look around for four we looked at the small single stop bathrooms in the shower room the shower room was so much smaller than I imagined there are four stones forming a queue with curtains for doors is two people were to get in or out of the shower at the same time they would quite literally run into each other it is interesting that goes to show that of course the woman of course she would have no the morning after she was last seen Susie's boyfriend rich called her parents docking Mary said did you know Susie was missing in the late nineties people didn't communicate the way we do today now the majority of us have a tiny computer within arm's reach staying connected to our loved ones constantly with tax email social media posting messages or phone calls but in nineteen ninety eight it wasn't uncommon for the average person to not be in constant contact but Susie wasn't the average late nineties don't choose computer savvy and stayed in constant contact with her boyfriend and family on a daily basis it was a specially rare for Susie not to update rich when she returned to her dorm from work or ignore his phone calls to her dorm room so the next morning when he hadn't heard from her keystone the line's immediately reported her missing to campus police but we're told that absences like this were common for college students that they shouldn't worry and she would show up again soon parents did not agree this wasn't like Susie she didn't party she didn't use drugs or alcohol it was mid terms she wouldn't mess such an important time her dad spent the majority of those first couple days at you while working with campus police trying to figure out what happened home waiting by the phone in the hopes someone would call with information on where seems what that next day she had an idea to call the bank and ask the teller if there had been any transactions and Susie's ATM card there was a twenty dollar ATM withdrawal on March third at a steward's in Albany did you see take out that twenty dollars the day after she was last seen did she lose her wallet and someone was able to figure out can someone close to Susie take out money did the person responsible for her disappearance do this next time on upstate unsolved this is upstate on soft beyond the headlines of upstate new York's unsolved crimes hosted and produced by the same executive producer dying and then on in partnership with the cold case analysis center at the college of Saint rose an exclusive presentation of WG wine and I heart radio.
Kylie Jenner confirms $1M donation to Australia fire relief after fur backlash
"Kylie Jenner is donating one million dollars to various welfare relief efforts in Australia the reality star's donation comes after she faced backlash for sharing a photo wearing Louis Vuitton make for slippers on social media right after raising awareness about the rising death toll of animals in southern Australia on her Instagram
"louis vuitton" Discussed on WGN Radio
"Robbed a Louis Vuitton store on the magnificent mile last night police say a group of six Max masked thieves entered the business at nine hundred north Michigan at about seven PM and stole property they got into a black SUV and then drove away police have not said how much material was taken police are investigating after an armored car robbery yesterday in Chicago WGN Steve birch ran with that police say four suspects took a bag of money from an armored car worker in the four hundred block of north Laramie Avenue in the Austin neighborhood the money had just been collected from a business at least one of the four had a gun they drove away in a white SUV Stieber trend WGN your swim coach at Whitney young in Chicago's accused of renting out the school pool and pocketing nearly thirty thousand dollars and Paro is charged with felony theft and official misconduct cook county prosecutors allege he rented out the school pool and then pocketed the payments a report by the Chicago public school inspector general says the allegations cover a period between twenty thirteen and twenty sixteen the second powerful earthquake into days has knocked out power across Porter Rico this morning magnitude six point five earthquake struck just about six miles south of Indio on Porter Rico's southwest coast that's the same area where a magnitude five point eight quit the quake hit yesterday morning no word yet on damage from today's quake and a robot could be coming when you run out of toilet paper Sherman has created a bot that delivers a fresh roll straight to the bathroom it connects to a cell phone so simply alert the role Bach when it's needed toilet paper producer unveiled the device at the Consumer Electronics Show which is kicking off this week in Las Vegas for now the gadgets are only available to those attending the show and now with WGN sports good morning Dave and and good morning after some doubt they would have a Lowry market in last night in Dallas he did play marking and bounce back from a sprained ankle has scored twenty six the bulls hung in there against the maps but Lou good down church just too much thirty eight points eleven rebounds ten assists his eleventh triple double the Mavericks handed the bulls their fourth straight loss one eighteen one ten along the way the bulls lost one del Carter junior to a sprained ankle meantime San Antonio cold off Milwaukee ending the box five game winning streak one twenty six what all for leaving Milwaukee a still league bass thirty two and six the Blackhawks look to inch closer to a playoff spot tonight when they host the Calgary flames second of four straight at home for the hawks who came from behind to beat Detroit Sunday and are above five hundred again will have tonight's game at seven here on WGN coach Jeremy Colliton coming up later this morning and hawks division rival Nashville made a coaching change Peter Laviolette out after five straight playoff appearances on the home of the Blackhawks the northwestern Wildcats white Sox baseball data on it WGN sports your money on WGN world shares have rebounded following modest gains on wallstreet yesterday despite the ongoing caution over tensions between the US and Iran most stock benchmarks rose today with Japan's Nikkei adding nearly one and a half percent Germany's dax up nearly a percent gold touched its highest price in nearly seven years yesterday and is holding steady there today just below fifteen seventy per ounce oil prices given up some of their recent big gains after the attack that killed the you're running in general US officials are bracing for a runs response to the killing and are expecting a **** for tat attack one of America's oldest and largest dairy companies is filed for bankruptcy Borden dairy company is the second major milk producer to do so in under two months because of rising production costs and declining consumption the Dallas based company known for its mascot Elsie the cow founded more than a hundred sixty years ago and I'm Steve percentage on Chicago's very own seven twenty WGN.
Man left drugs, gun in designer bags at convenience store
"Even criminals need fancy handbags but Louisiana sheriff's deputies are trying to do is why a man left a pair of Louis Vuitton and Gucci bags behind full of drugs cash a scale and a stolen gun department spokesperson says the man walked into a convenience store and offered the clerk one hundred dollars to keep his bags she declined he left them anyway in a customer discovered their contents there is a one thousand dollar reward for information leading to an
The Luxury Resale Market is Growing Faster than the Primary Luxury Goods Segment
"You're looking for a Louis Vuitton totara Gucci belt but don't want to pay full price you may be in luck the market for a used luxury goods is growing even faster than the market for new ones that's thanks to younger consumers love of bargains the sharing economy and sustainability and a bunch of sites selling use luxury goods including posh mark and real real everyone wants to be dressed up and luxurious item very but not everyone can afford it and put in gore hill analyst at Bloomberg intelligence says luxury goods maker shouldn't be afraid of the competition for the use luxury goods market the fact that they enjoy wearing the brand that they feel connected to the brand in the future they could be a customer of yours so it's all about you know growing the customer and here business Boston consulting group and all together for because the market for used high end items will expand by twelve percent a year through twenty twenty
Dollar General lifts profit forecast
"Dollar general is the discount chain body it's Tiffany shares that might prove to be more of a bargain for investors today dollar general shares jumped after same store sales rose four point six percent beating estimates and that was the biggest gain in five years company also raised its full year forecast Tiffany reported a drop in third quarter profit underlining how it needs a revamp after agreed to be acquired by the parent of Louis Vuitton Tiffany shares were moving lower before the opening
Actor and Model Godfrey Gao Tragically Dies at 35 After Collapsing on Set While Filming Game Show
"And model Godfrey gao tragically died at thirty five this is making a lot of headlines today you might not be as familiar with him but he was best known for being in the twenty thirteen movie the mortal instruments city of bones and he was filling a game show called chase me when he suddenly fainted at this is a showing on there they're shooting in China he suddenly fainted on the sat first responders got there trying to save his life for three hours and able to do it isn't that crazy though at thirty five to collapse on the sat and then die is very strange what's so they're not there will be was it like it was a heart attack or if he had or anything in the system yeah that's all being question because it was very he's a native of Taiwan he became the first Asian model to be cast by Louis Vuitton and appeared in all of their twenty eleven advertisement campaigns a good now I think if you would now and yeah it's pretty well
Tiffany is latest jewel for French luxury group LVMH’s crown
"The name just brings to mind luxury just love it love one and that reputation reach the movie in breakfast at Tiffany's the price tag to buy Tiffany's is sixteen point two billion dollars the buyer is a French company called L. B. M. H. they own Louis Vuitton do your ball green which is luxury jeweler retail and fashion consultant Robert Bourke thinks the new owners will expand Japanese globally but in the stores Tiffany's will still be Tiffany's Mike gases that you're probably going to see a few laughs keychains and old few more high end pieces of jewelry Japanese has been trying to transform its brand to appeal to younger and more digital shoppers I'm a Donahue
Louis Vuitton owner LVMH to buy Tiffany for $16bn
"Ahead of one of the iconic American holidays big news for an iconic American brand French luxury group LVMH says it's agreed to by Tiffany and company for sixteen point two billion dollars that's a lift to the New York based jewelry icon then to LVMH which already owns brands like Louis Vuitton and Christian Dior
French luxury giant LVMH buying U.S.-based Tiffany & Co for $16.2 billion
"News and Tiffany's is close to being sold off to getting a sweetens takeover offer from the French luxury conglomerate LVMH more from Bloomberg Denise Pellegrini sources say this new offer is for one hundred thirty five dollars a share that's more than twelve percent higher than the initial a hundred and twenty dollars share proposal an agreement could be announced as early as Monday in Europe Tiffany has been looking to bounce back with price cuts on entry level gift options as it tries to recover and Israel the MH it would be chairman Bernard our nose biggest takeover ever acquiring Tiffany could help his Louis Vuitton and Christian Dior brands compete against his big rival the owner of Cartier Denise Pellegrini Bloomberg
Louis Vuitton owner offers to buy jewelry icon Tiffany
"Up corporate news on this Monday is of the high end variety the luxury the stock is down roughly a third since the summer of two thousand eighteen but LVMH somehow still sees a sparkle marketplace Mariel Sagarra looks at why tiffany and why now often that means making an offer when their target is not at its peak suspect what's going on here is that if the stock price has not performed well the market thinks that they've not taken advantage of their brand as much as they could have tiffany is still in a place where it's valuable to LVMH Corey cupper is mergers and acquisitions lawyer Tiffany's obviously I kinda brand and some of those factors you know protests in Hong Kong and potentially the towers could be temporary situation LVMH has been on a shopping spree lately in two thousand seventeen it bought your for thirteen billion dollars about the same amount it's willing to pay for Tiffany I'm Maryelle Zegarra for
LVMH confirms interest in acquiring luxury jeweler Tiffany
"Then our friend the Tiffany could be now could be yeah it could be that little blue box now the French luxury conglomerate LVMH they own big names like Louis Vuitton Christian Dior mullet champagne Hennessy brandy and more offering to buy the high end jeweler Tiffany for fourteen and a half billion in cash but that may not be enough Tiffany been around for a hundred eighty two years it you know it it's done really well took some hits with the trade war with China a lot a Chinese source didn't come here they do a lot of spending here but it does this I think this battle will go on for some time just what by Tiffany the other day they move to the mall these free download the move to a suburban mall
Trump tours Louis Vuitton workshop ahead of rally
"The president today is traveling to Texas he's got a fund raiser in fort worth and then touring a new Louis Vuitton leather workshop nearby and tonight he has a campaign rally in
Trump tours Louis Vuitton workshop ahead of rally
"Earlier in the day president trump touted job creation and a ribbon cutting ceremony in south of fort worth before coming to Dallas for his political rally the president traveled to a small rural town thirty miles south of there he toured a new Louis Vuitton leather workshop in fashion company is pledging that its manufacturing plant one thousand jobs over five years the president said it's good for Texas it is good for the U.
"louis vuitton" Discussed on KDWN 720AM
"It makes me sick though just to think it is really. civil as we want to try to be it doesn't matter I mean well there were there been collector's editions of games have gone like what five thousand dollars a lot of people live. and see for that come out that are a hundred plus dollars every year and people buy them I'm not saying I agree with that I'm saying that is the reality and if there's a if there's a a a creator if there is a company that sees eighty eight a point in the market that they could take advantage of I don't understand why they wouldn't do it. dating so mostly as. as big as ride it takes that position there's no way that we can have a big conversation about it as gamers I I mean so much to converse yeah exactly so much conversation is given to micro transactions and how predatory they can be given the issue is even in front of of multiple bodies of government I think you can say that then all will just crowding out of several hundred dollar item because its exclusive digital goods that does that's not gonna fly a question I never said that is not a predatory of courses predatory especially when you put the name of Louis Vuitton or any of the luxury brand behind it all of course it is I'm not saying that it's not predatory I think what what what IM my point that I'm trying to put out there is a merely saying that one I'm surprised it took this long into that there's going to be a market for it. just because you are personally a fan of Louis Vuitton does not make this okay no I'm not saying it's okay.
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Xactly Corporation - Sales Performance Management
"Guests. I'm excited to get on today called Chris Cabrera, and he's the CEO of exactly and also the author of game the plan and exactly make south performance management software on a used by some of the biggest brands in the world, so Salesforce Hyatt hotels and Louis Vuitton. And that's just a couple of the top of my head. But hey, and a company have a vision to help companies unleash human potential. So they can maximize company performance with hint attack. Maybe his well so book elope and hold on tight. So I can be MIO as all the way to California. So we can speak with Chris Cabrera the CEO. Of exactly who's going to tell us all about that vision. And how they're using technology. A massive warm. Welcome to the show. Can you tell the listeners a little bit who you are? And what you do. So happy to be here. My name is Chris Cabrera, and I'm the founder and CEO of a company called exactly corporation and exactly is in the sales performance management space in our roots really came from the compensation management, you know, paying paying sales people their commissions exactly is famous for making south performance management SPN to pay out. She used by some Lassie Mesic brands such as Salesforce, high hotels and Louis Vitton just to name, but a few. But can you just help? Everyone listening on that same page and tell them a little bit more about exactly what exactly is also what makes you guys unique. Yeah. Know, the nice thing about exactly is. There's probably not a company in the world there on the planet that doesn't need our stuff because every company sells something it could be a service could be a widget. Somewhere in the organization are people who are motivated to do things. And those things could be make more phone calls. So more things, you know, provide better services show up to work on time. And all those motivational things companies are finding you know that the human nature is if you dangle a carrot and give some some incentives to do those things you can drive better performance from your employee base. And so what we do is. We just go into every type of company across you know, you mentioned some of them, but we've got companies that are in just about every vertical in the world. And we and we help them identify people in the organization that they want to incentivize to do things better or differently or quicker, or you know, there's a plethora of ways that people want to incent people and our software allows for that to happen until our customers, you know, drive higher productivity out of their sales teams. We've got numbers that show, you know, four. Eighty percent more productive than than people that don't use these types of systems higher profit margins things and things like that that organizations have to decently use variable compensation and incentives to help drive growth across their sales teams book on new wave of businesses recognizing the value of rolling out incentive compensation beyond sales and intern. They see a powerful role that incentive compensation compla- to actually increase productivity revenue and also the coach of engagement, but can you share the you'll unique point if you and where the industry is heading in your opinion. How you genuinely believe there's been a huge missed opportunity for incentives now only the value that they provide to employees, but also how that can be applied to shape behaviors and motivations and how that can actually impact a company's bottom line. I think everyone knows the classic, you know, pay commissions to sales people and their coin operated, and you know, and so And you. so you find almost every company is paying thirty percent of the population. You know, roughly, you know, there's people that are on quotas and sell stuff, and they're paying them some type of compensation, but I think more and more as you said is companies are realizing how competitive the market is. And how how much incentives can help drive better performance across every type of employees. We're seeing companies that are paying instead of thirty percent of their population. They're paying one hundred percent of their population. Now, those other seventy percent might be getting some type of an MBA or bonus am, I it's not a straight commission. It's not necessarily sell this widget. And you get two percent or five percent. But the the beautiful thing about our software like ours is that you can incentivize any type of behavior as I said, you know, you could be incentivizing the receptionist at the front desk to show up on time and dress appropriately and smile when they greet the people coming in and those could be you know, NBA does the. Each quarter. The manager sits down and says. Yeah, we think you did this about eighty percents. You're gonna get eighty percent of this of this bonus. We see companies like trucking companies that are delivering perishable goods. They're literally incentivizing truck drivers to deliver the load within a certain window. If they arrived too early that likely means they were speeding, and they get tickets and insurance rates go up if they're too late. Well, obviously, the perishables Paris. And and that's a bad thing. We work with governments that are paying, you know, postal service workers that are not even employees of their of the government. They're just hanging shingle somewhere. You know, in remote locations and saying we accept, you know, we sell stamps, and we accept mail well to the government that that looks like a sales person. Right. But it's not at all what you typically think of. I think you mentioned, you know, high earlier, you know, every wedding planner thousands of wedding planners throughout the world that high if you walk into one of them and talk. Talk to them about setting up your wedding, every choice that you make from the wedding cake to the venue to the orders. Those people are being incentivized to to provide. You the best options and options that will make sure you have a great event. So so you're absolutely right compensation is changing dramatically in the in the world today in companies that are figuring it out or bracing it beyond just sales people. So they're automating sales people, and then they're spreading throughout the rest of their company. And what we see is that companies that do that perform much higher rates and have higher profitability
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