20 Burst results for "Merchandiser"

Mega Beauty Influencer Jackie Aina on Diversity in Beauty

Breaking Beauty Podcast

04:55 min | 3 months ago

Mega Beauty Influencer Jackie Aina on Diversity in Beauty

"Okay. So first of all, Jackie, how are you all sweaty right now? But I'm doing good. I'm I'm like exhausted like excited all at the same time, but I'm doing well, what about both of you? Right now, I'm just trying not to go Jackie Jackie. Jackie jacket jacket. Jacket. Lead such a signature. It's like the best thing ever puts me instantly in a good mood when I see one of your videos. So we wanted to get into a little bit of your beauty must, of course, we always like to get a little insight into when you're obsession with beauty started. So going way back. Do you remember like what your first product obsession was like high school or even grade school so for? For me, my earliest beauty obsession was definitely fragrance and I know it's a little offbeat. But when I was a kid as early as like eight nine, I had a condition called hyper hydrolysis, and so I didn't know it was a condition. I didn't know there was like a name for this, but it's basically someone who is an excess sweater that sounded like sweater as in like a Cardigan. No. Like someone who sweat. So I would sweat a lot and my mom had to, and so you know like when you're a kid like prisoner, kids are just mean evil. So you get teased that was just like one more thing to be embarrassed about and really shy about. So my earliest memory of beauty was like onboard with my mom through like different fragrances that we would wear to try to like you know mascot because you know growing up, we didn't have a ton of money. We couldn't afford like luxury. Luxury bags, luxury cars or shoes, but you can afford alums refrigerants like that was like the closest thing to like having something. Really. Really. Nice. So my definitely, my earliest memory of like being instability was due fragrance and I was always fascinated I make up I was just like really to shied aware it because I don't want to put it on. Crazy. So I feel like fragrance came first and then somewhere in their makeup was like something I was really fascinated by, but wasn't bold. Bold, enough to like actually like indulge in it. But fashion was like really my thing, I would draw sketch design and my mom was a seamstress. So she would like make the clothes for me on my palm gown like see. We knew it was something that I did with my mom. So that's something that I really love to, and ironically she was a very light makeover. She would literally only wear lipstick and live sticking hearings. Thumbs only thing and she would always tell me if you. You ever need a pick-me-up. All you need is a good pair of earrings and lipstick, and you're good and what was the fragrance you'd walk in the room and Jackie. What was that smell? The earliest one that I remember us being like really obsessed with was dolgin Gabon a light blue. I remember that being one of our favorites I, remember US wearing a Scada I. know she hated to know that was one thing I remember until this day I still hate to know fragrances because. I, it just doesn't work with our body chemistry. But yeah, I remember those I think she probably were a little bit of Rossler into. But yeah. We were like fragrance snob sunny. We would just be like. Now, as she went to, she would explain to me like fragrance notes and like what things work better. You know on different she explained to me like how the body chemistry work that it was just like a really really like losing weight and like bond with her and yeah, just neutral good. If some ever listeners aren't that familiar with your backstory, can you let everyone know how you got into beauty and Youtube and because you actually in the military for a bit as well? Right yes. Yes. So, my story is like a hot mess, but as as you know like. A lot of us don't have like one linear path to success like its curves and bumps grows mountains. Traffic is toll lanes, all kinds of crazy stuff. So basically, I was always really heavily into arts and beauty and fashion I thought was my life calling when I was young was literally like go to film study fashion and become like either designer like a merchandiser or something and fashion industry. So you know your parents you down and you're like sixteen seventy, they're like, what are you gonNA. Do with your life and I'm just like Duh. You know like I'm going to study fashion like, why are you gonNa me this like low. But the problem is like, what am I? Is An immigrant. He's from Nigeria. Okay. So when you explain to, you know like a black American parent and African American parent you WANNA go dot a greater field. They may be more open to it. They may be a little judgy. It just depends on who you ask, right. Nigerian on the other hand. When you tell them, you're going especially your parents when you tell them, you're going into the crater field. They like absolutely not. They're like how? To do, but you're not doing

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Know The Law

WCRI Flash Brief

02:00 min | 7 months ago

Know The Law

"Today snow the law. You need you realize that you're building a bit. I mean straight out. Here she is. You're building a business. And because you can relate a lot of laws apply to that yet. It might be self proprietorships. You don't have to worry about all the limited liability corporation issue hand so on and so forth but you still keep in mind that you're going to be dealing with copyright usually going to be dealing with trademark. He was woken licensing sometimes. Sometimes you don't sometimes you need it all depends on your luxury and how exactly you're defining business. Yes you're still going to have to be dealing with libel slander issue straight up. You're going to be a lot of weirdness that you as a comic book are going to be dealing and on top of that. You're also GONNA be dealing with merchandisers. Well which means you increase Kerley different realms of areas. You probably weren't thinking of the else you're going to have to figure out tax law at least good enough to be exactly what you're doing and what deductibles apply and yeah as he's small businesses there is going to be a lot of deductibles are going to apply necessarily thinking bout for example depreciation value of your laptop or for that matter getting a new software or spending time doing weird stuff or how much you're spending on your website all of that all the sudden becomes a business deduction investment. A cool is going to help your taxes later on. The key here is unique to realize that as a small business owner. Which is what you are you. Do you have a loss? You have to learn how to follow. You're going to actually have to seek legal advice at some point in having a lawyer on retainer isn't necessarily incredibly bad idea especially you're planning on Scaling Up at some point definitely having accountant at least access to we're not just talking about going into H. R. N. saw your taxes. We're talking. You actually have access to natural talent. Somebody was an actual. Cpa issue straight up. There's a lot of weirdness to it and you need to realize that if you're not following a lot you can actually be guild on it in a lot of weird way and we're not just talking about basic season desist to if you're serious about your

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"merchandiser" Discussed on KTRH

KTRH

02:02 min | 1 year ago

"merchandiser" Discussed on KTRH

"Him up let's fill the board seven one three two one two K. A. T. R. H. you know and I know that you know that you know and I know that they know everybody's getting their Christmas trees in but it's kind of interesting to you go by some mass merchandisers you can definitely go buy some grocery stores and already see how dried out many of these trees are because when they got delivered got off the trucks they got put into the stands but people forgot to put water in the stands and frankly once you get a tree in from a tree for you should make a cut on it anyway so we'll start drinking water like immediately and profusely drinking that water so the places that have the freshest Christmas trees they do this and then right before it leaves their place for you take it home those live Christmas trees will be cut one more time so they will drink plenty of water and stay really fresh for a good mark you know what to worry about them losing all their needles two weeks before Christmas is really that's usually the case and so what happens when you get it from a grocery store a big box store or mass merchandiser when you go to the independent nurseries and garden centers like the Arbor day they got their shipment in just Tuesday was it Tuesday or Wednesday I think it was Wednesday yes because they got all the trees up Thursday and then we went picked ours out on Friday which is yesterday that's how I know this so if you wanna go see some of the pressure trees possible and they got some big ones this year I mean I'd I'd look like it I was like man looks like you've got way more big was well yeah I special ordered big ones they look so good last year we decide we want more the big ones this year so those of you have like huge ceilings you know yeah fourteen fifteen sixteen foot tall ceilings and even more you want that big almost as storing a half stop Christmas tree when you get to the Arbor day they got so much going on over there am I was just mesmerized by all the color they have all these combinations of color in pots you cannot go wrong with those they will last all the way through the winter around here they will teach you what works through the winter color.

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"merchandiser" Discussed on Women in Business

Women in Business

02:05 min | 2 years ago

"merchandiser" Discussed on Women in Business

"It's we had to learn and learn fast. And so my mentor who was a brilliant businessman. He jumped just like you coach people an opportunity was put in front of him to go back into the auto racing industry. He was retired racer, and we sold off all of the inventory and. I was studying computers in college, and he had an entire organization of people who were proficient with grace cars and chassis setup and all the stuff, but none of them had ever seen a computer. So when he ordered all of his new equipment, transforming the business into a racing enterprise all of the equipment came, and it was all computerized. And I was the only person in his organization that it ever seen a computer. So it became a perfect marriage of skills. I became an expert at the internal combustion engine. And then you know, it was all from there. So, you know, I mean, that's quite a story. But again, it goes back to when a big box store comes into your area. I know the little tiny boutique type of businesses almost always panic and unless they do something really really different or. Unusual. They're left behind. So what are some of the obstacles you overcame in business as a woman in a male dominated industry? It's a great question Gail. So when the some first of all when this new mass merchandiser came in and the new type repair shops came in that were a bit on ethical. We were faced with having a. Store. Foale auto parts, and I was able to force through negotiating skills. I was.

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"merchandiser" Discussed on BBC Let's Talk About Tech

BBC Let's Talk About Tech

04:00 min | 2 years ago

"merchandiser" Discussed on BBC Let's Talk About Tech

"So you can create your own mini Orcades in your bedroom. You're man cave wherever you wanna put you go behind. You said a forty year old original two. They go for mommy asking. Now you're talking thousands, tens of thousands, the one that's on our stance because it's a passion of the the partners on numskull. We. We got that one shipped over from the US. It is a rich. No, it's never been touched still has the Han pin it logo on the sides, skull, the, you know, the core or slots on the bottom. That's where we got our court Orcades kind of logo from make sense. When you look at it for a long time, you guys have been making clothing the Christmas jumpers and the t shirts and with that kind of stuff. So making a jump in hardware that an unusual step for company us not so much numskull designs started from humble beginnings, five, six years ago at buying and selling Motte. Our one of the partners. He got quite creative side making ruin merchandise, so you can see things from everything officially licensed PlayStation. Merchandisers, where we kind of got our big star all the way through things like destiny crush Bondi coup Spiro stuff's coming soon, but we do do peripherals for game as well. So we've got like PlayStation and XBox, like third party peripherals that we do. So kind of make enough step isn't too much when you realize. That it's, it's not just a step from jumpers to apart line machine. It is kind of like a role in making officially licensed merchandise, whether it be clothing or technology. How big is retro in that mix of you know you've said you destiny inspire the new one and crash bandicoot, and that's the game you could do retro teasha is what does the new retro is massively at the heart of numskull designs. Again, mon- Ben come from the era. They grew up with pot LAN. They grew up playing these arcade machines as so. We do actually do a full range of retro on our website is well, we've got space invaders, unpack mon- on strides. It's it's nice for the company to do something that they're really into well, so so yeah, it's it's, it's definitely not true for us. Hi, my name's Matt. I'm I work in marketing French stream. The idea behind end stream is we were streaming platform for retro video games. Aim is to be basically video games. Netflix. Is two movies and what Spotify music retro games I hold a game. So this means your licensing, the stuff from the license holders, that's correct. Yeah, that's a story to. So we've had a lotta adventures there. We've licensed over two thousand games. We launching him with a thousand games and we constantly finding new licenses all over the world. Some of the really old stuff be being put out by companies that are no longer with us is that part of the process tracking down the guy who can Zayn that document. That's what I mean by saying it's an adventure of it, so it can be difficult yet. A lot of the time, the people don't even know what the licenses to people don't know who owns the license to what. So that's the whole detective story. Basically getting to the bottom of all of that is an interesting one furlong time. This has been kind of a Homebrew Marquez and that people have been taking Rum's and point them up on images and putting them up online. Emulations been a big thing and you've had a bit of a kickback against that. Nintendo have been signed to people cease and desist gal them, these are still our our Ps. You want to be able to get them, but this allows and also this, this ought. The some games as service and some stuff that it's been around up until recently on fan supported science has also been suppressed. So I used to be into that gap or are you complimenting? Well, there's people doing the way I look at is like the world west. The internet was unregulated. People just putting whatever it was. It was the same with movies. It's the same with music people who are just like sticking everyone, everything up there for anyone to download as people have caught up with it. Corporations of caught up with what's going on. Copyright holder started to catch up with what's going on. You're going to see more regulation, whether people think that's a good thing. Bad thing. And the way we look at it, it means the people that have got the rights to these games..

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Brett's How I Found The Grateful Dead Story

Hound Tall with Moshe Kasher

05:19 min | 2 years ago

Brett's How I Found The Grateful Dead Story

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"merchandiser" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

01:53 min | 2 years ago

"merchandiser" Discussed on WGN Radio

"I will be taking the position of vice president of grain and risk management for cape and sun a grain and cotton seed merchandiser out of abilene texas and that begins on may first will the grains change that you work with will they be any different than what you have right now i service a variety of producers from cattle to cotton soybeans corn the whole you know the whole deal basically what will be focusing on at this point is developing a program for wheat producers buying firm wheat producers selling to end users and helping those producers to hedge cash sales in the market i'll also be working with some of the other salesmen who sell dd geez cottonseed today so it's going to be a a different a little bit different but i think i'm really going to enjoy it let's talk about since you mentioned that is there any hope for that weight that has looked so bleak will it be improving it all before harvest areas it pretty much being written off by many of these producers we've got a lot of producers down in our area that have basically disaster doubt at this point and it's men a real rough go of it for the last two or three years with wheat producers so you know heartfelt to say that this year it's not gonna be a good season for most of them i was thinking the other day about some of your customers who must have been reacting to the news about what one hundred seventy plus percent tariff slapped on grain sorghum by china that was the announcement and some of your folks have seen a nice market in china the grain sorghum they produce at times in the past couple of years what reaction did you hear about that well you know of course there's concern anytime you have some type of news like that i think you know it's pretty much a wait and.

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"merchandiser" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120

KMOX News Radio 1120

01:53 min | 2 years ago

"merchandiser" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120

"And to grow our membership and make sure that we are providing the types of opportunities in the types of business first programming that really does help more women take it to the next level so uh part of that is um you know communications part of that is event planning it has for this weekend's uh part of that is a little bit of outreach and organisational background to so i think it's a nice like potpourri of my background an exciting way to advance a mission that i'm very very passionate about and we'll more question for you guys was there any kind of ca starting a business for any putty is like you take a deep breath and especially if you're like quitting you know a fulltime job and jumping in feet first what is that been like for you guys was there now what was it like especially in the beginning thinking all right i'm gonna do this it was to me a combination of circumstances and kind of figuring out exactly what i wanted to do in my life uh i was actually live in chicago at the time i was working as visual merchandiser kinda focused in jewelry um but circumstances happened um i was forced ten of forced to move home which ended up being to me it was like really stressful at the time but it ended up being a huge blessing because it allow me to kind of figure out what it was that i wanted to do and decide okay you know starting a business doing jewelry designer this is what i wanted to do fulltime man i was fortunate enough which you know not a lot of people are but i was in a situation where you know i have family supporting the and everything and i kinda take that leap but for the others um so i had sort of fallen back into a yogapracticing and it was really fantastic and i'm thinking had this is so great everyone should do this like i go to this dropping class on sundays at the lake my whole body had been to church and i'm like black people need this and i need to bring it to them so here's what i gotta do.

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"merchandiser" Discussed on The Personal Computer Radio Show

The Personal Computer Radio Show

02:04 min | 3 years ago

"merchandiser" Discussed on The Personal Computer Radio Show

"Three the internet is a wild west in terms of scams and spam man fishing in all just about any kind of deception the arisen hull merchandiser sold how meal was sent it so you have to be on the watch out for anything that goes wrong what's been happening now is that merchandise is now been shipped from amazon without any returned address you may be one of the recipients you'd in ordered a product the scam is known as brushing and online sella usually overseas purchases their own products through fake buy your accounts that they've created and normally with accounts that they have gotten from prior purchases the products are shipped to a real address than a cell writes a positive review of the item from the fake buyers account the actual item ship to you in many cases is often jumped merchandise exports says this type of scam has called brushing vendors pay some one to purchase a product and ship to a real address and right positive reviews now positive reviews are like gold people always looking for reviews before they buy a product and many of people now who are doing this brushing f on a new hole in the structure of amazon to be able to put out more fake positive reviews amazon said they investigative report of customer receiving unsolicited packages and will ban all vendors and reviewers who abuse the review system getting something the meal may sound alsiman you may feel like you're getting something for free in the male but the problem is basically a brushing firm somehow got ahold of your name and address compare prices and mimic everything on what an actual customer would do before finding making a purchase from their clients store when deliveries confirm they then leave a positive reviews at an excellent product birth lied by you the scam allows retailers the fake both sales.

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"merchandiser" Discussed on WTMJ 620

WTMJ 620

02:15 min | 3 years ago

"merchandiser" Discussed on WTMJ 620

"Of every open door that i went through with several rekdal merchandisers were old so when people say that they say oh from the margins may be diminished what what does amazon's goal here cbs news update i'm pam coulter wtmj news time four thirty two from the wtmj breaking news center house speaker paul ryan is upbeat and says he expects the president to be the same tonight ryan speaking to reporters this morning pa this we might 20th of these that had said in and i've got to tell ya uh to be able to hear a state of the union as bright as it is right now is something that's very encouraging wtmj will carry the president's each live tonight our coverage on wtmj and wtmjcom starts at eight o'clock president trump is likely to ordered that a republican memo raising issues about fbi surveillance during the russia investigation be relief politicos rachel baid smell essentially details what republicans in the house in trump supporters say was an infringement on american civil liberties in this case carter page who was part of the trump administration when they got a warrant to basically tap his phone in the beginning of the rush of pro democrats who opposed the release say the memos four pages of republican talking points a new arrests a new twist to the arrest of the milwaukee bucks rookie sterling brown last week brown was arrested in taste outside of a walgreens on the city's south side today alderman bob donovan alleges mayor tom barrett tried to intervene in the investigation it concern made turban alderman donovan claims the wtmj that the mayor asked to see bodycam footage of the incident in leaned on police not to press charges of mirror our behavior in troy and like there he had no burglar who do so by berry denies it y involved me we're going to happen lap alderman battle with a technical foul you admit says mayor that he looked into the matter but says he hasn't seen anybody kim footage i have never put any pressure on a plea at all regarding this or any other case in the fourteen years that i have been made here eric bills dead wtmj news both mayor barrett an alderman donovan joined wtmj steve's cathedral this morning wtmj news time four thirty three on the wtmj breaking news center i'm debbie lazaga guy this is a wtmj.

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"merchandiser" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN

News Talk 1130 WISN

01:56 min | 3 years ago

"merchandiser" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN

"Really makes you feel empowered when innocent people are falsely accused of crimes that makes women feel empowered since when does that make them feel empowered you know want you need to check your brawl ladies of that makes you feel empowered all right on to the nfl the nfl again elites we're talking about elites here elite sports figures of this he can imagine this happening high school level man avowal has decided that it's going to solve the problem it created by by so the promise created was saying feel free to disrespect the flag feel free to disarry respect the flag based on lies feel free to do that that's your first amendment right except that of course the nfl it punish anybody who spoke out on other issues that did not fit into the social justice rubric right they created this problem what did you do you turned off the televisions lots of you did and you're never going to turn it back on again you just said you know what i don't need a bunch of millionaire elite privilege athletes basing their disrespect of this nation on lies rubbing my nose in it on sundays or thursday's or monday's i don't need it it's not good enough to make me suffer through this quick so the nfl creates this problem now what does the end of all going to do because you went click this is what they're going to do they're gonna give a hundred million dollars of the same money that people like you pay for nfl licence merchandiser tickets a hundred million dollars of that money to sit allowing social justice causes.

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"merchandiser" Discussed on WBT Charlotte News Talk

WBT Charlotte News Talk

02:33 min | 3 years ago

"merchandiser" Discussed on WBT Charlotte News Talk

"Thing but if they just saw something and they didn't follow up on it in any way a and kept it separately than compartmentalize than that i don't know i don't know the answer to that i didn't go to law school john hi good morning your wbt common on the on the fruit of the poisonous tree yeah uh what would involve a lot of times the search warrant but yet on go on the war that allowed to enter the property uh the equi wooded evident looking for what they picked upon were located they have to be very about water going nuts but at oracle property an amendment so even the things that are attorney on a privilege they could have requested the judge allow that later on but they may have irked turn equivalent information that was relate to russian collusion not necessarily financial crime so if they found thing art evident that they would use to help convict order help the environment even if it wasn't panic criblic it wasn't wrappers in the third warned that the judge found out on that to be in admit court under the for the doctor i understand i think i understand what you're saying schiff i want a war it and day and i think somebody's a drug dealer than i am specifically asking for a war to go look for because i believe that there are drugs and maybe the cash that goes along within the weapons go along with it that allows me because i'm providing to the judge a specific backup lable oh you know something that i can support to say this is why i think it's their please let me go look is that the first part that i understand correctly yet so if you go in and on baker jordan and your carpet money in the fame bok then you can't claim that that counterfeit money is used for drug and you in turn out as hard for having fake merchandiser a bootleg good happy related to what the search warrant outlined that you're looking for okay i would say counterfeit money that's considered federal issue that's a treasury issue in the secret service issue so i don't know are you a are you are you a lawyer i i'm not that up work in uh in the field bomb k educate pardon uh home court but i have it covered nickel out in college but it has been a walk the bureau.

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"merchandiser" Discussed on Daily Tech News Show

Daily Tech News Show

01:57 min | 3 years ago

"merchandiser" Discussed on Daily Tech News Show

"How many people would buy stranger things tshirt after yet after the initial run because it's sort of fashion and sale fashion falls off pretty quickly whereas you could watch the series at any time volks rod that's i definitely see an netflixing getting money through this and well i'm sure when i say volt on it's because that is a popular kids show and parents like a two on netflixing if they're deal to allow them to make originals of bolton include merchandising cut that smart they should do yet but it but that's the i guess that's my point on how far will they go because it is almost assuredly they do not have a deal do so uh you know to to make the money on on baltron merge however they could build a store build merge dot net flicks dot com or maybe even by another company that has a cash afer this like think geek and now all of a sudden you've got a distribution arm with a mailing lists and you can go to marvel you can go to whoever owns the rights for baltron and say look sell us your tshirts we will sell them to our customer base that we already have all their viewing habits we have what all their their demo data this is a absolute dream for merchandiser especially if your role little you know little freer all around the holidays you know before your favorite net flicked show reminding you that merge dot net flicks dot com exists i can see it being get at least in spurts of big money maker it's email they have your email they are able to get into your email on black friday and cyber monday when you're just getting done shopping at stickers are d a dot com that you could go and buy they would know exactly that i love or atlanta and that's why they want to sell me a you know put a bird on it t shirt i'm telling you right now.

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"merchandiser" Discussed on WBAP 820AM

WBAP 820AM

02:45 min | 3 years ago

"merchandiser" Discussed on WBAP 820AM

"Chris crock do you remember an avoided in this friday i'm gonna say once again it is beyond me why anybody would watch an nfl game anymore i mean they know that these people that are taking in the are using the anthem because they know what stabbed us in the heart they want to stab us in the heart they will not say the truth that the real reason that so many black men and women are dying is because they come from broken homes fatherless homes instead they blamed the white man institutional racism the police that's why they take any and they do it during the most precious point during the national anthem to stab us in the heart and as con cabinet said to fundamentally dismantle this country ultimately it's to go after the very rich white men the very white pen the founded this country in created the constitution that's ultimately with this has to do to go after that basically they're saying we're millionaires and you make us millionaires screw you screw the cops crew this country you owe us and the nfl just came onto the incid wound here they probably should stand but we're not going to make let's because they're leftists so it is beyond me why anybody would continue to wash the nfl usually fell tickets that you already have and go watch watch him on tv or by merchandiser do anything with any of it anymore or make a facebook comment on how the game winter this that or to be a part of it all because all you doing a saying you know what yeah they probably shouldn't and i really the screw them but i to let them use my face lucky urinal cake i'm going to enrich them and make them millionaires and keep them as millionaires while they wiz on my face basically because that's what they're doing if that's you if you wanna do that than you'd be my guest i loved the agai can't sat can't say it's enough i love that the nfl because they worship at the altar of diversity i love that they will not stand up to these folks as they hurt their brand remember again what would your employer do what would my imploded what would our employer do if we were hurting their brand publicly would they stop us with eventually fires of course they were not the.

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"merchandiser" Discussed on WBAP 820AM

WBAP 820AM

02:47 min | 3 years ago

"merchandiser" Discussed on WBAP 820AM

"Speedway dot com slash chris crock do you remember an and 48 in this friday and i'm gonna say once again it is beyond me why anybody would watch an nfl game anymore i mean they know that these people that are taking in the are using the anthem because they know what stabbed us in the heart they want to stab us in the heart they will not say the truth that the real reason that so many black men and women are dying is because they come from broken homes fatherless homes instead they blamed the white man institutional racism the police that's why they take any and they do it during the most precious point during the national anthem to stab us in the heart and as con cabinet said to fundamentally dismantle this country ultimately it's too go after the very rich white men the very white penned the founded this country and created the constitution that's not only with the says today to go after that basically they're saying we're millionaires and you make us millionaires screw you screw the cops screw this country you owe us and the nfl just came onto the incident down here they probably should stand but we're not going to make let's because they're leftists so it is beyond me why anybody would continue to wash the nfl usually i fell tickets that you already have and go watch watch him on tv or by merchandiser do anything with any of it anymore or make up facebook comment on how the game land to this that or to be a part of it all because all you're doing a saying you know what yeah they probably shouldn't again i really the screw them but i will let them use my face lucky urinal cake i'm going to enrich them and make them millionaires and keep them as millionaires while they wiz on my face basically because that's what they're doing if that's you if you wanna do that than you'd be my guest i loved the again i can't stat can't say there's enough i love that the nfl because they worship at the altar of diversity i love that they will not stand up to these folks as they hurt their brand remember again what would your employer do what would my imploded what would our employer do if we were hurting their brand publicly would they stop us with eventually fires of course they would not the nfl.

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"merchandiser" Discussed on Masters in Business

Masters in Business

02:21 min | 3 years ago

"merchandiser" Discussed on Masters in Business

"Face skin all is weatheraffected any any anything we do outdoors lawn garden outdoor hiking activities all all of those things are highly affected by weather and so when you look at the impact the weather has on when we by how much we by what price we buy it at whether is involved in all of those purchasing decisions on an unconscious level you have me thinking about the things i purchase be it beat suntan lotion or the fact that i have the jeep 'cause i live in part of the world where when it snows and you have a regular car you sometimes in going anywhere without and i'm not a truck guy but let me tell you i don't even think twice about snow anymore all right it's going to love everything down but at least i know i can get to where i have to go right those sorts of decisions vessel absolutely and so we know there are seasons others fall spring winner summer but the timing of win those seasons start where they start affects enormous lee when and where and how much people by so for instance are this february in in the northeast was fairly mild are we had an early start to the spring season and in march came and march was downright cold freeze wet nastier and and so spending on normal springsummer stuff stopped for almost four to five weeks we had the same thing in the summer it was a suprisingly cool may in a ridiculously june right and so april came april was warm and and and nice in so consumer spending shot up in and make came and it was cold and wet again and so you know what took place in june even though june was a nice month to sell everything was selling at offprice because by that point everyone needs to get rid of merchandiser too late in the season so while retailers may have sold out of their inventories they sold a much lower price level than they would have had a solid march and so weather has an enormous effect.

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"merchandiser" Discussed on This is Product Management

This is Product Management

01:35 min | 3 years ago

"merchandiser" Discussed on This is Product Management

"If you could start to understand what those parameters are like and then you can kraft a plan to start to answer whatever the biggest questions that are going to help you size up that market start to understand more of the ethnographic side of it or if it's something where there's a really big technical risk you may at this point also start to get askar engineers to help so that's one thing i think i haven't mentioned yet is when i do this kind of exercise i love for it to have a product manager a designer an engineer and any stakeholders maybe a merchandiser business manager marketing person whoever knows things about this all their sometimes i think we have this conversations with just the products people are just the product and design people but i think if you bring in you know at least your leadership of engineering as well uh they're going to help you think through things that could be very risk on the technical side and it's going to help them get an earlier understanding of what you're worried about on the business police stars burberry her team in all knowledgeable stakeholders together to brainstorm a list of questions that the need to answer i asked her to share her experiences shutter stock gaining user insights that were surprising one of the times where i learned something surprising to me was actually when answering the research frisco feed which was the business unit though into the closing and the thing that actually was a presence me was we had a sense that the business wasn't doing what we wanted it to do but we also had some very active users so they were know some high frequency users and i needed to understand more about what that was to make sure that we weren't prematurely closing off something.

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"merchandiser" Discussed on The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

01:30 min | 3 years ago

"merchandiser" Discussed on The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

"Now i think it's the magic they have this whole online at for the orlando magic in it includes magic bucks trading in your old tickets if you're not if you're a seasonticket holder not gonna go used given back to the team for points and you can use those points for merchandiser concessions or upgrades or meeting players so trying to create this online community connect with with season ticket holders but it also allows them via the app to have access to where you are what time you're arriving how many games you're going to so by using those tickets i don't know if there's any way that they hope to transition to the ability to actually gauge who is using the ticket where they are what time there arriving like are they getting more information out of using that that a paper ticket this value my guess does seem right in the wheel house of billion is nuanced complaints like what what's the biggest issue for you but others so many how about stopping cheap okay i paid the same price for my ticket how 'bout printed on a piece of paper waster owning your admit israel fancy like having a paper jagr's you feel yes southern cool happens i have a ticket seven you'd like hey look i was there for this i could was there for that and what am i going to join in a go through emails and showed people my phone like old pictures of this digital copy of a ticket ridiculous it is true i hate the printout tickets but i loved the fancy getting them in the mail it might put them in a shadow boxing off for a couple months later tickets though i had season tickets to see why have still for the marlins and i was like expecting in the mail to come like this whole strip of all these tickets all these games in of so exciting.

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"merchandiser" Discussed on The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

01:30 min | 3 years ago

"merchandiser" Discussed on The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

"Now i think it's the magic they have this whole online at for the orlando magic in it includes magic bucks trading in your old tickets if you're not gonna if you're seasonticket holder not gonna go used you give him back to the team for points and then you can use those points for merchandiser concessions or upgrades or meeting players so trying to create this online community connect with with season ticket holders but it also allows them via the app to have access to where you are what time you're arriving how many games are going to so by using those tickets i don't know if there's any way that they hope to transition to the ability to actually gauge who is using the ticket where they are what time there arriving like are they getting more information out of using that that a paper ticket the stella valium i guess does seem right in the wheel house of billion is nuanced complaints like what what's the biggest issue for you blow there's so many how about stopping cheap okay i paid the same price for my ticket how 'bout printed on a piece of paper waste owning your admit israel fancy like having a paper jagr's you feel yes southern cool habits ever tickets wv like hey look i was there for this i could was there for that in what am i going to join in a go through emails and showed people my phone like old pictures of this digital copy of a ticket ridiculous it is true i hate the print out tickets but i loved the fancy getting them in the mail it might put them in a shadow boxing for a couple months later tickets though i had season tickets to see why have still for the marlins and i was like expecting in the mail to come like this whole strip of all these tickets all these games in of so exciting.

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"merchandiser" Discussed on The IVY Podcast

The IVY Podcast

01:35 min | 3 years ago

"merchandiser" Discussed on The IVY Podcast

"If you went to our warehouse look like one of the offprice stores it's truly what the when you walked in you saw racks stuff when you shopped rule on the site it looked like a beautiful experience with beautiful product so what does that mean well the brands loved it the branch loved it because they could take their what they thought was they're older merchandiser the lessvalued merchandise and make it look great so it wasn't creating a rozhin for their brands it was actually turning it into a positive the customer logic as they were paying a fraction of a price for product that was beautiful and looks tabuas but in its core rule of law was a really simple idea it was taking off price and reinventing it in a digital environment it was controlling the brand experience in every little bit of that brand experience and it was about creating urgency excitement and theater and to this day in the rule of business now i think it's i shouldn't even say the numbers but it's it's it's a big business probably just shy of a billion dollars in revenue and and while the flash sale industry is a very different place today than it was we never thought of rule allows flash on sri we thought of laws of amazing shopping experience and i think the growth is suggesting that that the customer believes that as well in bend was one of the pioneers to sort of brick wall when you came to a website in and building that exclusivity when you had that referral invite only motto is a crazy idea back then that actually that real we we think about that a lot and our current business back then we were saying what do we do.

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