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How I Built Resilience: Shan-Lyn Ma of Zola

How I Built This

05:47 min | Last month

How I Built Resilience: Shan-Lyn Ma of Zola

"Everyone and welcome to how. I built this resilience edition from npr. I'm guy is each week. On thursdays we invite entrepreneurs and other business leaders to come onto the show. Live to talk about how they've been building resilience into their businesses this year. And today my conversationalist jianlin mop. Ceo and co founder of zola. Zola is a one stop shop for couples. Planning a wedding from creating a wedding website. Finding local vendors making registry even creating a photo album of the big day with the wedding industry completely hammered by the pandemic last year solely focused on releasing new products and features for couples like a homegoods marketplace and even hosting virtual weddings on its platform. We aimed couples from that first aid. Get engaged through their entire wedding planning journey into their festivals of newlywed life with the tools and technology that we build to help them plan dream and bring to life bear fantasy wedding so basically you go on the website and you can do everything like from finding the person to do your flowers to a you to the caterer to the registry to the invitations. Everything yes wedding website. you'll save the dates and then you'll album of you're beautiful photos with photographer that you found on seoul ios chicken out the website earlier today. It's super cool. How did it. How did it start had it. I know it's you start in twenty thirteen And i think at the time you were working at guilt which is a the gilt groupe g. I l t nut gui. Tell me how how this idea came about well. I always dreamed about starting my own company. One day but i had never felt ready until really working for many years in product management which is really working alongside designers and engineers to build digital websites and mobile apps and so had gone that experience and in twenty thirteen That just happened to be all. My friends got married at exactly the same time. Everyone has that year where you're going to a wedding. Every weekend spending a lot of money. I was buying gifts from my friends. Women registries and found that the experience that i was going through their registered was just one of the worst shopping experiences i had ever seen. I was talking to nobu. Who is my co-founder zola. About how painful was and he's married and he was complaining about it from the couple's perspective. It's just terrible and we looked at each other and we said you know we've been working together to build great products when it we attacked this assets. We think we can do a much better job. And and that was how zola was born. I'm wondering you know. I mean this is twenty thirteen so this is still you know. The the ancient early days of of of web two point zero which is unbelievable Did you have initially when you went to people. I know a little bit your backstory. You grew up in australia. And then you came to the us business school and you had a bunch of Jobs in sort of adjacent kind of industries right. You worked at guilt and another an and also worked at another who. You're actually growing up in australia. It's a very remote country in that is literally on the the side of the world. And i had always can read about what what is happening in the world. And what is happening in the tech revolution that we all living through right now and i felt very removed from the action. So i moved to the us to really be a part of this Tech revolution underway and my dream was always to be like an entrepreneur. Like jerry yang. Who found yata. I had a picture of him on my wall. And because i'd never known really anyone else who worked in tech apart from the people that i read about in magazines you may dream actually came true in that i moved to the us. After business school. I was able to get a job at yahoo. Which jerry founded. And i think one of the best days there was when i walked past him in the hallway. Wow that as a result of working that. I got to learn from great product leaders. Who with some of the best in silicon valley. Who really told me. How do you think about creating a product that customers love and that they want to share with all their friends when you came up with the idea for for what is now zola and you started to talk to people about it. I have to imagine that some people said oh this industry saturated they're already. There's you know the not. There's a bunch of other sites that you know. There's a bunch of other people doing this. You don't want get into that business. That is exactly. I think there was a lot of from many places and for many investors. Who said like what you said. It's not possible to build a big business in weddings. Because there hasn't been one yet all. Do people really spend that much on weddings. All it's it's highly fragmented as an industry so then must be a reason for that and that sounded crazy to me. Because i knew how much my friends were spending tons of time and money i think weddings is one of the only times in your life where you spend on average in this country thirty thousand dollars on one day because we want to create a special memory inexperienced for yourself and your friends and so i knew it was a lot of business opportunity. It was an undeserved need. That was a passionate customer base and just because investors didn't feel personally connected to the pain point did it mean it to thin exist

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Design strategies + incorporating luxury home decor on a budget with kate lester

MAKE SPACE — A Home Design Show by Never Skip Brunch

06:34 min | 2 months ago

Design strategies + incorporating luxury home decor on a budget with kate lester

"Of the like themes that keeps emerging on the show is this like beginner. I think designer mistake. Weird like designing and avoid like. You're at home goods and you're just kind of collecting all the things you love. And there's no like common thread or theme or story so that starting places so key It's really important to create. This is so easy now that everyone has a computer in microsoft word or i mean. If you know photoshop you can do it. But what i told people is if you're just starting out in let's say you're doing your apartment right in your on the super tight budget. We've been there by no means do am i just design fancy desire by no means that i have like five hundred dollars to do my college -partment right. What i want to do at home is starting out with your concept. Okay and then put all of the pieces that you're interested in on a concept board and get take that were with you when you're shopping and when you're at home goods and you're ready to do those stupid impulse purchases. Take that word out and be like. Is this gonna vibe with my vibe and if not put it down like i can't tell you how much did at target and homegoods ikya just on this little impulse purchases like other cushion but it can go with anything your house. You know who so. I think that will help a lot of you know that extending allow you to save up for this really special items may be utah out of your budget. You'd be surprised how few rain in those impulse purchases house saving. His moustache lightens is easier. Yes my gosh. That's so beautifully put when you say it. It sounds so obvious. But that's definitely something. I struggle with so hard told me this dog will. What am i going to do. A federal by this dog role. I it's in the air. they try. they try to say you know. Stick with your list. Stick with your concept word and then there are great finds there. You found some really great things that were with my. I try to stay true to that. Naccache excited put everything your car. I love that so much so we talked a little bit about finding like some examples of info pieces like the flower or the photo. What are some of your favorite places that you draw inspiration from is kind of like all over the place or do you of go to things that really deeply inspire you know. Of course. let's be really honest and frank. Kerr pinterest is though. It's great so i will say that if you're on your this first few hundred pages of pinterest. It's the same stuff right so if you're different you're going to have to do a deep dive so we like to say is find that you know chair. They love or find that whatever it is. Maybe you're really intimate century right. And you figure out the name of a charity like deep dive into that and then that will take you to other really interesting rooms and you'll get away from the disorder sort of stuff. You're seeing everywhere so good if you're willing to sit down into a deep dive. I like to olds. Who books like books real hard. You know find a designer or topic. You're interested if you want farmhouse than you know. Do some searching on amazon worse. Farmhouse designed books. You can get great inspiration from those pages that you know. A lot of that stuff is not on pinterest. So you're knocking not everywhere. I did a lot of inspiration. From austin is what the color palettes that are happening. How close structured is everything floral and saucers everything sharp edges. And how they feel about that and is gonna translate into if i hit more curved items or you know i think you start to develop your style when you're pulling things because people don't realize that they have their own patterns that emerge and with our clients do a pinterest board for us. They'll say we'll do. I need to tell you what i like in each picture. And i know 'cause i can tell if it's repeating throughout what you're picking so. I think that happens with with regular people to start picking me compile. Tear things out. Taxings things up. And you'll start to see a pattern and then you can kind of narrow it down from there right. I feel like part of your job as a designer. Obviously like did these beautiful spaces but there's another level of like really kind of like helping your clients figure out who they are style wise. And that's something. I feel like that when you can do that artfully like. That's when you get the coolest spaces. What does that process. look like. You mentioned the pincher sport but is that where you start or there's a consultation like what is that. Look like when we you know. Most of our artists are really large-scale right. So we're starting with these people when maybe they're buying a dirt lot and we're having to design their home from the ground up right and then we're not only designing interiors. Were signing all the finishes fixtures and then all the furnishings so the first thing like to do is save them from themselves right because we're giving them everything they're asking for the help that they need for right so the first thing we do. Is we through these. These pinterest boards. We asked them to pull some images. Maybe ten twenty images. It's really all we need. We start to see a pattern of what they like. And from there we say. How can we take this and make it cool. It's not a cool right having to take this push their boundaries. How can we take their level to wholeness and make it a level head right if we see that there it into brass. How do we rain that in. Say okay will. This house has to have longevity. What ross isn't trending in six years right. How do we incorporate those things that we see. They're gravitating toward in in a way. That will live with them for a long time. So a lotta times. it's really just pushing their boundaries. And saying you know. I see that you posted. A couple of pieces of contemporary are either boring but how these bright suit. Our job is to take them right. The edge of where they would say. I never would pick back but i actually love that. That's what you wanna tried. Do to yourself. If you're at home right. You know i do. I love this. I know everyone has this chair. But i found this chair. His kind of weird ways hungry woman. So you know. How can you get outside that that box of trends and really do something.

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China says its economy grew 2.3% in 2020, but consumer spending fell

Morning Edition

00:56 sec | 3 months ago

China says its economy grew 2.3% in 2020, but consumer spending fell

"Despite the worldwide pandemic. China says its economy grew 2.3% last year, NPR's Emily Fang reports it was the only major economy to expand last year. Things looked grim at the beginning of 2020. China had posted its first quarterly drop in economic activity ever because of widespread lockdowns but a strong recovery, particularly consumer spending during the last few months of the year. And China was able to overcome the initial economic slump. Trying to continues to maintain strict lockdowns and regions that experience just a handful of virus cases. But that is allowed China's businesses to reopen at pre epidemic levels. China's exports in particular have bounced back as global demand for medical supplies and HomeGoods grows. Chinese policymakers have pledged to continue policies that support private businesses in consumer demand, but will scale back some credit boosting policies in the coming months. Emily Fang. NPR NEWS

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WSJ's Personal Tech Team Makes Their 2021 Predictions

WSJ Tech News Briefing

03:10 min | 3 months ago

WSJ's Personal Tech Team Makes Their 2021 Predictions

"Okay. So we mentioned all that pandemic tack what has staying power. What's gonna stick around. I think good video calling stays or at least gets better and twenty twenty one. I've written a lot this year. About how crappy webcams are on laptops. And i think we will see improvements in two thousand twenty one at least on the built in hardware on laptops and computers. I think idea that we We we will return to something and probably start to have more in person meetings again. But i do not think the concept of video calling or even just taking video calls instead of regular phone calls is to go away. I think grocery delivery stays. I think a lot more people are willing to pay the four or five dollars extra for milk in order to save our off of shopping parking dealing with the woman number of choices in the in the grocery store and further to that i think that i think a lot of the e commerce days so it's easy if you're younger person i think like who wasn't using amazon but when you look at the numbers the option of especially for older folks has been really astonishing gets in certain segments from lack thirty percent of people above the sixty five using certain types of a delivery for various homegoods to seventy five percent. And we've talked about the mask bone before. Does that stick around do products like that. Stick around. I think masks are going to stay. I think we are going to see a big transition especially in cities to people wearing masks so things like mask phone where you can take a phone call and actually have the microphone inside the mask and sound a little bit better. Might be something that stays. I still think that's a pretty niche product. I don't think everyone's running out to buy a fifty dollar mask tech solutions that help you. Sanitizer disinfect your products. Or your home. The things around your home or even your gadgets like your phone those will also continue to be popular. We expect to see a couple of those at the consumer electronics. Show coming up in january of already. Gotten a number of pitches about that kind of tax. So i think that in twenty twenty one is people start to leave their homes more that that type of tech or that kind of solution will will be needed and of course one thing that's been on the rise this year is streaming services and at home entertainment options. Do you are on the show last year and talk about the explosion of new services coming on the scene and now they're all here and the whole cost at least a few bucks and i don't know about you guys but i'm definitely not willing to pay for all of them so what happens in the next year or how does this shakeout the yes you. People will narrow down their subscriptions. But i think these are going to get even more expensive and twenty twenty one. I think subscriptions as a whole. We're gonna see more price hikes. The big model around subscriptions is recurring revenue. So you are already continuing to pay company. Every month for whatever service they provide but then they start adding features in and so then they want you to pay more for them and we're starting to see that Whether it was netflix which seems to raise their prices. Every two weeks We've seen it around. Google starting to charge for their photos. Solution only gonna continue

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Retail therapy is great, but returns can take the fun out of it

Marketplace Tech with Molly Wood

05:05 min | 5 months ago

Retail therapy is great, but returns can take the fun out of it

"In this pandemic shopping online way way more than we ever have. And sometimes we want to return things. We by which can be a hassle with shipping and restocking fees and printing out. Return labels with the printers. Definitely all have at home. This holiday season some retailers are trying to make returns easier like employees at simon malls will process returns for brands like levi's gap. So all you have to do is go to a mall. Kiosk with your item and qr code but as annoying as online returns can be for us. They might be worse for the retailers. Cerita dali is a retail analyst at forrester. She says when you return something you bought online it usually goes back to a warehouse and then the retailer has to decide what to do with it and either it will go to potentially what we call jobbers who buy the merchandise for cents on the dollar or it could get destroyed. If it's not in re salable condition out the other scenario. Is that if it actually is in resale condition. They need to think about whether they're going to mark it down or whether they're going to sell it. Put it back on the shelf at full price. It sounds like a lot of decisions to make a lot of decisions and that's why over the years. There's been a lot of return software. That's been created to try to keep track of all this stuff and try to create some consistency around the process. And does that software work. It can software make these kinds of decisions about. Should we accept this sweater back and should we resell it or destroyed or whatever to some degree. I mean there's some information that software can provide. It can let you know how much of the inventory is actually still being sold. It can tell you. is it a really hot item. And it's highly likely that there's a good chance that it could sell again at full price if you were to put it on the shelf but there's still a level of human interaction that's necessary. I mean somebody has to inspect the merchandise and assess whether it's been warning or you know. Is there a stain on it. Or is the tag missing because all of that can impact things like the sale ability and the salvage ability of that merchandise so it sounds like getting online returns that are mailed back to you as a retailer. That sounds like a pretty expensive process. Oh yeah i mean it's expensive to ship and then it's kind of equally more expensive to return because you could not only do you have to pay for the shipping back which many retailers often do but then kind of you could be losing the salvage ability if it's not in resale lable condition. So that's why some of the i would say. The stingiest retailers often don't pay return shipping. Because they are trying to dissuade you from returning altogether and others may even charge a restocking fee in addition to you know kind of making you pay return shipping to really really discourage you from returning that merchandise. I mean it sounds like retailers are really been trying to figure this out to hack this process right and make returns easier for them and for us And also cheaper for them. Are there any other ways. They're doing that are weezer using technology to do it. Well i mean the the cheapest return is the return. That never happens right. So having more accurate sizing charts having more accurate photography. The closer that you can be to. The actual product is and simulate the lighting and the coloring so that it actually looks like what ship that's the ideal And that can reduce returns to one of the number one reasons that people return either clothing or homegoods anything kind of aesthetic is typically because the item was not pictured as what was ultimately sent. The things that you mentioned retailers are doing on their websites to try to give customers a better sense of a product before they buy. Do you think that that'll work this year that it'll at least help. Keep the number of returns down one. The type of merchandise has changed. It's too much more casual. Wear to start with so that kind of merchandise is kind of. It's easier to fit than you know kind of work. Wear or kind of dress shoes. So that's something that is in favor of apparel merchants in particular to start with and then on top of that if you do put in more photographs more accurate photography you focus on your sizing charts and the accuracy of your sizing charts. You're collecting ratings and reviews from customers that are giving their comments on the size and fit of of the merchandise. All of that is good and it doesn't hurt sales and it doesn't hurt the the accuracy of the information that you're you're providing so i do think that it should help managing returns even though e commerce is grown.

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To Meet Market Pressure, Dollar Stores Pass the Buck

Business Wars Daily

01:34 min | 6 months ago

To Meet Market Pressure, Dollar Stores Pass the Buck

"Places make you feel the way dollar store can with just twenty bucks in your pocket? Any old joke can have themselves a full on shopping spree and over the course of this year many old joe's did exactly that in fact, dollar stores have been one of Twenty Twenty s few retail success stories. The biggest player in this game is dollar general the fast growing chain has more. Than, sixteen thousand stores in the US alone, and now the buck an item brand is going upscale with a new concept called pop shelf pop shelf is deliberately branded differently from its dollar store parent company. The goal is to appeal to more upscale customers namely women from six-figure households. But if that's got you picturing a bargain Bergdorf, you've gone a bit too far items at pop shelf will still be bargain price with most below five dollars each the stores will carry beauty products, homegoods, and pet products among others and. According to The Wall Street Journal customers will also find more quote treasure hunt items. Those are limited time offers that encourage people to make more trips to treat themselves dollar general plans to open to pop shelf stores in Nashville this month and thirty stores by the end of next year, mostly in big city suburbs. But they're not the only dollar store making moves in this arena. Archrival dollar tree has taken a different approach to charging more reports convenience store news in dollar tree stores products that break the just about. Promise with higher price points or now called the dollar tree plus line. The line was launched last year after both dollar tree and dollar general announced the tariffs on goods from China would likely force them to raise prices

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Amazon Moves Prime Day, Starting the Holiday Shopping Season Early

Business Wars Daily

04:43 min | 6 months ago

Amazon Moves Prime Day, Starting the Holiday Shopping Season Early

"Amazon. Is remaking the retail calendar again. Yes. Again, this year Amazon Prime Day will be held on October thirteenth and fourteenth about three months later than it standard July date prime day. In case somehow you didn't know is Amazon's biggest sales event of the year a much hyped discount bonanza for Amazon prime members as soon as Amazon finally announced its rescheduled date target followed suit not surprisingly target will hold its. Own. Deal days at exactly the same time. Walmart followed shortly after it will hold a gigantic sale for the entire week. Many many other sheep retailers are sure to follow because Amazon Prime Day, which by the way is only five years. Old Is an insanely successful manufactured holiday when Amazon held its first Prime Day in July two thousand fifteen other retailers scoffed the idea July typically more of an for retail sales. Why would any retailer waste time and money trying to get consumers to change entrenched behavior? Well clearly the skeptics were wrong. Lee. Peterson is an analyst with retail consultancy wd partners in Columbus. Ohio as Peterson recounts the history of Prime Day in its first year, the world sat back and did nothing but watch and as they did Amazon stunned everyone in the three and a half trillion dollar industry by going absolutely bananas he told us the numbers were other worldly flat out shocking. But for everyone else it was July he said, well, other retailers could hardly sit back and let that happen again at least not without a fight as Peterson says, it's a necessity borne out of the fire of retail combat, but he adds maybe the right word is retail slaughter. So a few years ago target Walmart and others launched their own massive July sales. It had taken almost no time for Amazon, to turn the dead retail days of July into something, very, very different for the retail world. July effectively became the new back to school launch a month earlier than it had always happened and boy has it been a winner for Amazon. Last year was its biggest ever Amazon doesn't release earnings for Prime Day, but the company claims prime members bought one hundred, seventy, five, million items more than twenty eight teams, Black Friday, and cyber Monday combined as they did this year target and Walmart let Amazon lead scheduled their events to surround prime day whenever Amazon wanted it. July past sleepily this year for obvious pandemic reasons. Now, with the announcement of a mid October Prime Day, the calendar is once again shifting perhaps permanently analysts say the event effectively kicks off the holiday shopping season that used to be marked by Black Friday. Remember the frenzy shopping event that follows thanksgiving, but covert is causing an enormous shift in consumer behavior according to market research firm Alex partners. About half of all shoppers plan to start holiday shopping by Halloween at were earlier this year in effect that firm says the traditional definition of the November December holiday shopping season is now meaningless. What all this means for consumers of course, is a confusing and pledge of deals expect an overwhelming number of ads from all corners, hawking products and categories that have soared because the pandemic at leisure loungewear. Outdoor gear electronic streaming and music subscriptions and homegoods. Of course, anything that entertains US and makes us more comfortable at home. Amazon. Specifically is expected to offer discounts on many of its own products like Echo smart speakers and Amazon music and audible subscriptions. Some of those discounts are already available but also be on the lookout for deals on instagram pots, remote vacuum cleaners, apparel, and TV's to compete. Target is pushing discounts on similar categories of products and also at stellar same day service, which the company has excelled at scaling this year as it has for the last couple of years, target is also pushing the message that customers don't have to be members in order to get steals. It costs about one hundred, twenty dollars a year for prime membership, but that surprise million seem happy to pay. This year Amazon prime is expected to exceed one, hundred, forty million members for the first time more than half of all Americans according to research firm Emarketer. The firm also predicts that Amazon. Will generate a record ten billion dollars in sales on prime day up from an estimated seven billion dollars last year. So we'll target and Walmart do well with their prime day look-alikes. Undoubtedly, they will like Amazon they've grown considerably during the pandemic online sales especially of jumped. But can they truly compete with Amazon Kind of says, Lee Peterson. If Prime Day was a one hundred meter dash, she says Amazon will reach first place in record time about twenty yards later, there'll be second-place success. That bad still.

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"homegoods" Discussed on KNST AM 790

KNST AM 790

01:59 min | 11 months ago

"homegoods" Discussed on KNST AM 790

"The decline of coal consumption is hitting a mark that hasn't been seen in over one hundred and thirty years the U. S. energy information administration says renewable energy consumption exceeded that of coal and twenty nineteen that hasn't happened since before eighteen eighty five when wood was the main source of energy in America coal consumption dropped for the sixth year in a row when it fell fifteen percent and twenty nineteen meanwhile renewable energy posted an increase over the previous year networking hardware and technology company Cisco shelling out big Bucks for a security software company the tech giant announced Thursday its plans to acquire thousand ice the San Francisco based company helps other businesses keep an eye on their networks for outages the deal is reported to be worth about one billion dollars it is the latest in a string of software purchases made by Cisco over the past several years the new tell NBC news radio shoppers are counting down the days until they can get back inside TJ maxx Marshalls and homegoods stores owned by T. J. acts more than sixteen hundred of their locations have reopened while the rest are expected to follow by the end of June masks are mandatory for employees and customers fitting rooms have been closed and protective shields are up the cash registers meanwhile it was earlier this month when J. C. Penney filed for bankruptcy but they're not letting that or the corona virus pandemic slow them down the retailer just re opened a hundred and fifty more stores in twenty seven states that makes three hundred and four so far with the goal of about five hundred by Wednesday it still plans to permanently closed two hundred and forty locations Brian shook NBC news radio and finally CVS could soon change the way you get your prescriptions they're working with robotics company narrowed to test out prescription delivery in Houston Texas that was a quick look at your money James open NBC news radio I heart radio.

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Design Strategies to Rework Your Spaces While Staying Home

MAKE SPACE — A Home Design Show by Never Skip Brunch

09:02 min | 1 year ago

Design Strategies to Rework Your Spaces While Staying Home

"I mean a dive into six different questions to ask yourself in kind of give you tips. Along the way of some things you can implement and just ways to think about your spaces when you are kind of trying to rework them. Amidst the chaos. Okay so the first question I want you to ask yourself about your house is where are you spending most of your time? Is it in your bed. Is it on? Your couch is at the kitchen table. The kitchen bar. Where do you find yourself spending the most time as your home? So let's talk about why. This is the place to start when I did the episode all about like my design process start to finish. We talked about like how you WanNa start in your most used areas like the faces that you are in the most and then you want to focus on creating functionality for the activities that you're doing most in that space so this is a great strategy for design in general because if you have just a little bit of time to focus on your house or you only have a little bit of money to spend the things you do. The most are the areas you want to focus on and work on optimizing those first so in terms of our situation right now where you're spending most of your time once you've identified that place. I want you to ask yourself. Is there something that you could add or subtract from this space to make it function better so just to give you an example? I found myself using the chair in my master bedroom. More than I've ever sat in it ever like I'm there every day and the funny thing about this is it is the chair and what I mean by this is it is the police to pile things when they are in purgatory. Like CLOTHING IS NOT CLEAN. But it's not dirty. Welcome to the chair. It just pile things up in this chair because it's not dirty enough where I'm going to put it in the hamper but it's not clean enough or I'm going to hang up so I'm just GonNa put it on this chair and maybe where it within the next week or so but anyway. After I showed make chaotic house to Allah view on instagram stories then proceeded to actually clean my master bedroom because it was one of the spaces giving me the most anxiety. I found myself in bed watching like youtube fitness videos every day and so I realized like this space was stressing me out and was not a place I could wind down or relax so a cleaner room cannot say the same for all the other areas of the house but once I had it clean and this chair was cleared off. Now I'm finding myself sitting in it all the time like whenever I do editing on instagram stories or a photo or I'm texting people or I'm calling people or face timing to like stay connected. I find myself sitting in this chair because it's by a really pretty window with natural light. It's very comfortable. It's very lounge and since I've started using it I'm realizing like there's some things I could do to make it better like it. Needs a side table needs a lamp. It needs a probably a cosy blanket. So what is your version of this in your house? What's the space you've been using more? Maybe that you didn't expect to be using or maybe that just you're finding yourself there all the time and what is something. You can add whether side table lamp blanket. Whatever it is or subtract you know what's in the way what is there that doesn't need to be there. That's kind of like hindering. The space from being fully functional. What can you add or subtract to make the space work better for you okay? Question number two is what areas of Your House? Feel underused or overlooked. So what areas are you not spending time in or maybe even like avoiding altogether so I want you to like identify that area or maybe multiple areas. And Ask Yourself. Why are you not spending time in the spaces? Maybe they feel in drab. Maybe there a drop zone. That doesn't have a clear function. Or maybe they're just a source of stress like something you just want to close the door on a nor and pretend not there so once you've identified that space and maybe kind of explored. Why you're avoiding it. Let's ask ourselves. How could you transform these spaces to make them work better for you? So both practical function and decor like aesthetics maybe practical means like you need more storage and organization. You need some things to leave the space you need to add shelves or add baskets or find a way to make it functionally work better and then decor obviously we can't just like roam around homegoods in via everything we want so shop. Your House first things first maybe find some pieces. That aren't being used or aren't really in the space. You like them to be and try to use what you have first and then you could also dive into some inexpensive. Diy PROJECTS FOR INFO. I know there's a ton of US. In the home and diy space influencers bloggers that are creating content around projects. That use what you already have at home Encouraging you guys to make it home in dive into projects with what you have but you can also check pinterest for really simple. Diy's that are quick. But really release. Sheikh I know that me and seven of my friends have a Hashtag called one hour. Diy where we really focus on those types of projects. That are just quick. Easy Look Gorgeous. Don't require a lot of materials and are very simple to knock out so dive into some of those for instant. What could you make? And maybe like. Give yourself a creative outlet as you're redoing the space and make it cute. It doesn't have to just be organizing in cleaning and the not so fun stuff. It can be like making it work and making a cute and then there's that sense of pride and accomplishment when you transform the space that was such a source of stress. And now it's like pretty and beautiful and serves a purpose so that's kind of like strategy number two is find those areas that are underused overlooked in focus on making them work for you. Okay question number three to ask yourself about your spaces. Is where is clutter piling up so wherever there is areas? That are clearly. Just kind of accumulating clutter as the staying at home situation has gone on those areas. Likely need a good purge likely need things to obviously be put away organized but probably you need to get rid of stuff. If stuff is just accumulating in one certain spot maybe it's a situation of too much stuff and maybe you just need to make that space function better so my practical tip for this is to prep and Organiz your donations. Even if you can't drop them off now. Some donation based organizations are still accepting donations But some aren't because they've been forced to close required to close so I know goodwill at least has goodwill dot org slash locator and you can find your closest store in Colorado and to see if they're accepting drop-offs I think some of them are doing like contactless drop-offs. Some of them were totally closed. So make sure you like call a header plan ahead but even if you can't drop stuff off even if you're really working on staying home in your in an area that's been hit really hard you can still prep an organiser donations and put them in a pile in your where all you have to do is put those boxes in your car and take them. If you're like me. You might have been doing this already as you prepare your donations like I'm going to donate this box to goodwill I wanNA drive around with it in the back of my car for four months so if that's a habit than this maybe isn't even new to you that you can't or won't donate right away but identify those areas where they seem to be more cluttered than usual and seems to be like your drop zones you're hot zones for clutter to just accumulate number. Four is what are you struggling to keep clean so whether this means like messy mess doing dishes or areas where you're struggling to kind of sort through that stuff. These areas need systems for moving things along in organization so often when you're struggling to keep something clean it's because you haven't really developed a sustainable process that fits in your lifestyle where you can quickly and easily get through these areas of mess. I know we talked a lot about this with becky. The Clean Mama on episodes like twenty seven twenty eight just about like the approach. Where if you have a process that you can quickly and easily chip away at stuff every day. It's going to make it a lot easier to keep things clean versus letting things pile up so if there's areas that you're struggling to keep clean your strategy is that you're going to rethink how your system works for cleaning this area. Maybe you need to streamline it maybe you need to. I don't know just make things easier. Make your cleaning supplies. More accessible add additional organization. So it's very clear where things go versus just Having to organize on the fly and try to make it make sense so between decluttering things and then kind of rethinking your process that fits in your life. This can really help you get on

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Chilean Startup Algramo Makes Refillable Stuff Affordable

Business Wars Daily

06:24 min | 1 year ago

Chilean Startup Algramo Makes Refillable Stuff Affordable

"Business Wars daily is sponsored by SALESFORCE salesforce customer relationship management solution is committed to helping you deliver the personalized experiences that could customers want so they'll keep coming back again and again salesforce bringing companies and customers together visit salesforce DOT COM restored by New Jersey recycling company Tara cycle the idea you can order more than one hundred different products from Haagen Dazs ice cream to Green Valley ranch salad dressing has dropped the empty cartons on your porch and loop will pick it up and sanitize it then it'll refill it with more chocolate salted fudge truffle frozen dessert detergent in bulk they're distributed in vending machines in two thousand Bodega in Chile as the name suggests shoppers purchase by the Graham refilling out and you've got one big problem so muller decided to do something about it six years ago he founded elbow company offers products like rice beans laundry acution according to many observers has a ways to go its biggest obstacle high prices in part due expensive refundable deposits on the Containers Work New Jersey Maryland and Pennsylvania it's also launching in Paris and parts of Canada and plans to expand into Japan great idea but the to be delivered to your door your food and homegoods show up in sleek refillable containers some metal some yes a hearty plastic eat the Haagen Dazs grandma's reusable containers they can purchase a little or a lot the price per weight doesn't change as Fast Company reports and Rfid Code I use packages he was distressed for how expensive these tiny containers work compared to the larger quantities his mother typically bought so he studied the problem the tipping point that is the beginning of big move away from throwaway plastic and toward refillable containers instead in February reported on loop a refillable sir caller dreamed up the idea as scrappy. NBA Student on a tight budget he only had the money to purchase small quantities of assesses like laundry soap that meant buying he was outraged when he learned that small containers seller premiums of thirty to fifty percent over larger packages to Mahler that translated into what he called a poverty exer use them for long periods of time ultimately in a theoretical world zero waste economy loop debuted its new service in May and mid Atlantic states including New York on this Wednesday October twenty third by now we all know that single use plastic is a Gargantuan problem right we do don't we well this may be the year container offers a discount on the next purchase an incentive to keep refilling that bottler jar recently Alabama were attracted the attention of packaged goods wolf products but the company designed it service for an entirely different demographic low income shoppers San diego-based founder and CEO Jose Manuel and a whopping twenty dollars shipping fee this in the age of free shipping well loop can't keep this new milkman like market to itself for much for the next person for you now I'm just kidding what loop is doing is participating in the so-called circular economy in other words the concept that we can return and renew profit ax paid by Chile's poor add to the cost the environmental burden posed by all those little containers which are even more likely to wind up in oceans than bigger ones Unilever which is making ambitious pledges to cut down on its plastic waste with Unilever's help out Graham developed a way to bring the refillable products longer a company called Al Graham oh Spanish four by the grand plans to expand into the US from its home country of Chile like loop at Graham Oh offers refills from wonder I'm David Brown and this is business wars daily right into neighborhoods in vending machines mounted on electric tricycles closed-loop ventures a group that funds circular economy initiatives recently invest from Nestle pet foods in a Latin American retail chain the magazine reports the overwhelming problem of plastic waste won't be solved by a single startup of course but when there's rivalry in an entirely new category well that's good news for growth and in this case good news that entrepreneurs are turning their energy toward reuse these two. Innovators has certainly won't be the last should subscribe thanks a bunch I'm David Brown and we'll see you tomorrow

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Food Site Gets Prized Ingredient: $83 Million in Funding

Business Wars Daily

05:14 min | 1 year ago

Food Site Gets Prized Ingredient: $83 Million in Funding

"AH from wondering I'm David Brown and this is business wars daily on this Thursday October tenth there were dollar a month subscription service that will deliver live video cooking lessons from celebrity chefs like Bobby Flay Guy Fieri the food network is modeling the Channel Home they felt it would be a good business opportunity notice that community I products second Well hellers instinct appears to have been and editor endorsed kitchen products ranging from aprons two sets of pots and pans and expensive candles what makes the company different is that its founders Amanda Heller in Mirror Awesome pop up stores success of course isn't guaranteed as recode points out the behemoth food network just announced a new somewhat similar venture seven stubs set out from the start to make food fifty two into a community the two whipped up the idea while cooking and stubbs kitchen heller dual sports recode reports companies in its portfolio don't rely solely on advertising for revenue but sell products or subscriptions the the success of Peleton the high end indoor cycling company it's betting that wealthy consumers will pony up for virtual cooking classes just like they do for spin classes right on because now the site claims millions of followers it's videos are entertaining board travelers on jet blue flights perhaps most importantly the founders salad the website is called food fifty two it offers a combination of superb writing for home cooks ranging from recipes to feature stories about workplace around crowdsource all of their product designs they say they tap into a community of twenty five thousand people for design ideas and feedback still with food and cooking the News Corp. which owns the Wall Street Journal he started turning group last year with the original intent to build a huge Internet conglomerate but that strategy sued fifty two's literary slant in some ways food 52s content is no different from what you can find on any good food blog recipes cooking tips in content coming out of our ears and eyeballs why did it investor sink so many millions into this particular site well. Peter Churn and used to run in your own business at more than one hundred million that's a hefty evaluation for a site started by two former New York Times food writers which by the way explained you know what I'm talking about and so good business news like good news in the wider world comes as a breath of fresh air today were reporting on the sale of a site that you may not assessment in restaurants and online stores selling kitchen and homegoods plus a wildly enthusiastic community that's the backbone of the business last week the evolved quickly and now T. CG take stakes in niche companies with clearly defined audiences like the meditation at Business Head Space and bars a venture capital firm called the Churn Group announced it's buying a majority stake in food fifty two for eighty three million dollars that stake values the ten you money will help Heller and stubs to expand their original line of kitchen and home accessories called five two they also plan to open a brick and mortar retail location as well told INC magazine in two thousand seventeen that they wanted a place online to hang out with other cooks and there wasn't one if they could create such an online while it's not the same model as food fifty two the channel is targeting the same audience as well funded as food fifty two now is it can't match the ever of heard out unless that is you're one of the millions of foodies who live and die by the best way to crush garlic or how best to season your roasted leaking apple strong bonds it's grown with its millions of followers who as Amanda Heller predicted love to hang out in its virtual space and that could be challenged resources of the multi-million dollar food network which has been around for more than three decades food fifty two has grown by some fifty percent a year over the last set if the new money turns out to be all about selling more cutting boards and garlic presses and less about funding mouth-watering recipes and stories about workplace the years according to the online newsletter morning brew now as venture capital boost the homegrown company into rocketship speed it lead to maintain the days when we feel like the business news is filled with failures and bankruptcies to be honest can get a little depressing if you listen to the show yesterday about forever twenty one linked in send a note by carrier pigeon whatever works best for you we sure appreciate. I'm David Brown back with you tomorrow

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"homegoods" Discussed on OC Talk Radio

OC Talk Radio

14:48 min | 2 years ago

"homegoods" Discussed on OC Talk Radio

"We should do Amazon where you can get any and everything from homegoods to you know those fish expanded Y- okay yeah I was going to just say lavish gifts. They have it. All Amazon doesn't pay taxes says but they'll give us a kickback. If you go through our Amazon link and buy something through the Spanish non-staple dot net click on the link at the top and then as always you are not affected at your price point but we do you get a little bit of a kickback which is great for us and great for you because the more money we make from that we invest into this podcast win win for all parties involved spence announce table Dot net clicked Amazon link right.

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"homegoods" Discussed on Young House Love Has A Podcast

Young House Love Has A Podcast

02:51 min | 2 years ago

"homegoods" Discussed on Young House Love Has A Podcast

"Because their whole thing's kind of surplus stores like extra things. So there's not like consistent inventory from one store to the next. It's like going in there and seeing what you find. But now that homegoods in TJ max has an online store I found sheets that I wanted on one bed at the duplex. But you know, I have two of everything the duplex. So sometimes I'm switching the sheets and doing saying fun. And sometimes I'm switching something like the way I want the sheets to be the same. I found sheets loved a win online as able to find the exact same sheets, which never used to be an option. So the TJ Maxx homegoods site is what I'm digging, and I'm specifically digging a lot of betting items we bought for the duplex a link them in the show notes because it's a visual thing. And it doesn't make much sense to play rattle them off here. But they have great pillows sheets as quilts stuff like that. But I wanna point out. It's not a perfect system because that same thing you're describing the sheets I tried to duplicate with a quilt. We wanted to find in store we could only find it in a full or Queen and we needed a twin size one. And so I went to search for it on the homegoods website. And it's not there. So it's not a like complete inventory of every possible thing you could find in homegoods. But there certainly some things on there. So it is a helpful like spot check. If you need something, right? It's like a good backup method. It won't be one hundred percent successful every time, but it's not bad. And I love that. It's actually they're also I get lots of questions about where I get all my baskets in the attic a lot of the baskets in the attic, we're homegoods. She gets them from the attic guys. They would be like. Resale homegoods to it's in the attic. My new store that I'm opening open an online shop, I think they do. Well, what I'm digging this week is a smart plug. I know of Doug, smart blogs before, but this is an outdoor smart plug, and I've been looking for one because I wanted to plug in our outdoor patio lights to a smart plug. So that when we wanted to turn them on. We didn't have to go out there and like physically plug them in and out. I could actually turn them on from inside using my voice, no less because I can just use our Amazon echo to say, you know, who turn on the lights, and there they go. So I will link it in the show notes. I just grabbed it on Amazon. It was not very expensive. But I don't remember the specific name of it. But we're gonna get another one because we're going to do the same thing at the beach house with the outdoor patio lights there. And I also wanted to use this platform, I'm talking about smart devices to clarify one thing because I've got some questions for people about why do I prefer smart devices over just timers or something to control my lights like what do you have against timers? They're cheap. And easy use them with my Christmas lights. Why does everything have to be smart that was set a little bit more forcefully? I remember that question. But I was I'm not against timers. And I think I talked about this podcast. I realize that some things make more sense on sort of an automated timer we have somewhere outdoor lights on dust to dawn timer. So they just go on or off as the sun sets or rises. I don't have to do anything extra and what about Christmas lights in the front? Timers timers the answer. Is we use timers? Yes..

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Everything You Need to Know About Black Friday and Cyber Monday Deals

Morning Edition

02:09 min | 2 years ago

Everything You Need to Know About Black Friday and Cyber Monday Deals

"Get cheaper closer to Christmas. She says, but you've got to be careful if you wanna get the trendiest stuff because the trendy toys do sell out, especially on cyber Monday closing homegoods are trickier. They're not such a great deal on black Friday. And then TV's are usually a major point that gets people shopping this weekend. But Palmer says sometimes you have to be really careful because the stores will try to sell you a stripped down version of that TV's made specially for the black Friday offer. So you gotta know that you're getting exactly what you want. When you're shopping today is black Friday shopping like every other kind of shopping meaning that increasing numbers of people. Do it without ever leaving the house, right? The new things giving pastime of couch. Shopping on your smartphone. I saw a few people doing that yesterday. Adobe? They check online spending. They're sending that saying that this year one out of six dollars will be spent will online it is the fastest growing category. People are still shopping in stores, but it's the fastest growing category. I'll give you an example appliances this year expected to be a big seller smaller ones stand mixers vacuums. But even bigger Suffolk washers and fridges. And one of the reasons is because people are feeling very confident to shop for big stuff on the internet now. So that's kind of an interesting possibility for the second chapter polity shopping, which is holiday return. Okay. All right Alina. Thanks for the update. Really? Appreciate it. Thank you NPR's to sell you. This is NPR news. And this is WNYC in New York. Good morning. I'm Richard Hake. It's five nineteen and very chilly. Fifteen degrees in New York City. Stay tuned coming up making the streets safer for pedestrians has been a priority

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"homegoods" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio

C-SPAN Radio

03:02 min | 2 years ago

"homegoods" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio

"Is home. Homegoods. You know, when when we shared his story if people walk away with nothing else, I want them to walk away with hope and the possibilities. After incarceration because for me what I saw in it. And I believe now sees it that it was not an ending. It was actually a beginning of something that was going to turn out to be beautiful. It may not have happened that way if he hadn't gotten stop. It could have been the story may not have been written. Equity as many mothers are at at a at a cemetery. But I knew that I worked hard in the beginning. And I knew what I did was there. And it wasn't was gonna come out. It was when it was gonna come out. And I knew that was going to happen. But what I also knew is that when he came home he needed to have all of the updates on when he came home. He was carrying when he came home. We knew that he needed to get his south together. So he asked to stay with me for six months and trust and believe Golic, six months. I was ready for him to go. But I knew that that's what that was the time. He needed to finish what his south together to be the great provider that he has now for his wife and his baby. And for all of us. You know, I I can get a coach in there. You know, I can ask for something here and there, but I'm just grateful that I didn't give up that I had the strength to to to to walk this walk with him. And I and I know I wouldn't. I promise you. It's not a walk that every pricing can take as so often times you need to go back and recreate a village to help you get through what you need somebody that you can be able to talk to that's not just being nosy and not going to judge you when they walk out the door. You know, this the way that we talked that we're talent is a story that people don't wanna talk about because I'm not gonna I worked for holiday and for thirty years, and I hung out with the vice presidents. I was a general manager. And these people knew my son from a little boy, and it wasn't it wasn't the day that this happen. I wanna go on and say, you know, what Jay my son just got thirty years. My son just got twenty years. I couldn't have that conversation because I didn't know whether they want to judge we are not. But here's what I found out. Here's what I found out. You can't judge me. You know, who I am? I didn't do it. I didn't commit a crime. I'm not saying that it couldn't have been me. I just think it, you know, so..

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Amazon, Homegoods and New York City discussed on America's Truckin' Network

America's Truckin' Network

00:58 sec | 2 years ago

Amazon, Homegoods and New York City discussed on America's Truckin' Network

"Were talking last week about Amazon Amazon expanding. What was it three thousand stores mostly the line to the convenience stores? Yeah. They're also now saying here's the the transition continues while Amazon has actually been one of the key catalyst to the demise of so many brick and mortar stores around the country. They're kind of coming full circle. Amazon on Wednesday said they're they're opening a general store in New York City that will sell toys homegoods in a range of other products. That are rated highly on their website. Their latest push into the brick and mortar retail. Drawing on their wealth of consumer data. Amazon has stocked their stores with the wars.

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"homegoods" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

01:35 min | 2 years ago

"homegoods" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Of TJ Maxx homegoods and marshalls TJ max reports nine billion dollars in. Net sales for the second quarter, as a time span It also revealed that the company hit an all-time profit high so why. Does TJ x. continued to buck the retail trend analysts, poonam goal with Bloomberg intelligence. Let's really appealing about these brands as a treasure hunt concept that. They have succumbed Sooners love going to their stores, they love fighting that deal they. Love finding something. Exciting. Something new that. They didn't expect. In the stores the framingham company continues to impress Wall. Street with growth across all of its brands seems to be attracting a. Younger shopper these days shares for TJ Maxx. Up almost thirty percent this year it is quite a different story for struggling. Retailer j. Jill which is getting pummeled today on Wall Street after missing the Mark on its second quarter numbers the Quincy company says net income and revenue both slipped but same-store sales. Did better than expected though executives warned that number will tumble going forward shares, for j Jill down twenty six. Percent in the past year another local biotech is getting ready to launch an IPO, antithesis therapeutics, targeting eighty six million dollars the Waltham company will. Use the proceeds to begin a pivotal trial to test its. Bacteria resistant antibiotic the company has already done a good job and the private equity markets picking. Up more than one hundred twenty five million in just about three years time WBZ, news time four twenty seven have. You checked your Google search. Results lately search results are, usually the first impression that people form of you..

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"homegoods" Discussed on CNBC's Fast Money

CNBC's Fast Money

01:56 min | 2 years ago

"homegoods" Discussed on CNBC's Fast Money

"That's why. Have you noticed researching gears, we're going to get back to tesla, don't worry, but look at that. Look at the music that graphics on the radio. There's beautiful graphics. Did you like the BG throw enough? I like Andy, Gibbs solo. Let's move on. It is great l. heaven out there bama's on a lot of information, Amazon rallying more than sixty percent of many of the traditional retailers. The brick and mortar are also joining it. Look at that Macy's up sixty percent TJ x. her and company TJ Maxx and homegoods off target up a strong consumer is what could push the market, the new highs and beyond this year bop Assadi who no doubt probably went to a number of BG shows back in the day on roller states joins us now from the NYC with more by way. No, Neil young and Blondie talking heads? No, not the be- sorry, Brian, by one measure, retail stocks just hit an all time high. The retail ETF that's the x. RT it's up thirteen percent. The last three months hits an all time high today. That's important because you. The expertise is equal weighted index of about ninety retailers so you don't have one big name. You don't have a WalMart. You don't have an Amazon, pushing it around too much. I like this action. Amazon is on fire this year, but the big retail names like Kohl's Abercrombie, Tiffany, five below. They're all soaring thirty to fifty percent this year. What's going on? Well, I the second quarter and he's a really good, and I don't just mean in general, the one hundred eight retailers that retail metrics tracks are seeing earnings gains of eighteen percent for the second quarter. That is almost as good as the holistic p. five hundred gain of twenty two percents. So the retailers are making money. Why is this happening? Will the big box retailers are finally starting to solidify positions and grabbing some businesses at Amazon isn't they're not invincible. Amazon isn't. So this counters like Ross stores TJ their new highs. The dollar stores are doing a little bit better..

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China, US and Bloomberg discussed on Politics, Policy, Power and Law

Politics, Policy, Power and Law

06:01 min | 2 years ago

China, US and Bloomberg discussed on Politics, Policy, Power and Law

"Very interesting wrinkle on. The trade wars the art world is growing anxious about President Trump's trade war with China because the administration's proposed list of two hundred billion dollars in additional goods that could be targeted for, duties, includes paintings, sculpture collages, ceramics historical collectibles along with antiques older than a hundred. Years from China critics of the tariff plan say it will discourage private collectors and dealers from acquiring Chinese art. And cultural items and because museums, rely on donations they end the viewing. Public. Will suffer wow for, more on this we're joined by Sarah, McGregor Bloomberg news economic. Policy team leader she's in our Bloomberg ninety nine one. Studios in Washington I, guess the team really dug down into, this list to come. Up with this particular nugget tell us about it Sarah Absolutely this is you know as we sort, of poor through these lists there's sort of come out. Quite quickly you know often when you're you're, covering, something like this you're just looking for some of the big ticket items but as, we start to pour through these listen even here from the companies and the people who. Will be, affected by these, tariffs we start to really see how wide net the Trump administration has cast on Chinese imports you know in some respects I think there's some frustration with items and. Art is a perfect example of it because people are asking what is have to do with what is a trade war that was started by the Trump administration's frustration with, China's trading practices with stealing intellectual property and forcing these technology? Transfers for companies who want to get a foothold into China what what do art dealers have have to do with. This and also because they're such small trade art is this really going to reduce the deficit the trade deficit with? China so why I think the big question is why would art be caught up in the. Middle of this trade. War So a lot. Of the people that you guys spoke to in the article some. Of them, said that, this really wasn't going to hurt them other, people seem to think and institutions that. It was, going to hurt them but it seems like, it's a long term hurt rather than an immediate absolutely. China is the world's number two art market, so, it sells about twenty one percent of the sales by value worldwide from China the. US imports some of that and last year was about two hundred million dollars give or. Take so, again we're not, talking about huge numbers but I think the idea is that you know it's the super wealthy can afford to pay a little bit more for China's art but it's. These sort of me know mid to lower level art purchasers who are really just passionate about art and make up a large part of the market that won't be able. To afford especially if there's a twenty five percent tariff on? Art to to to buy that and on, the other side of it Chinese artists of course having your work having? An exhibit? In the US is a really big deal get you a lot of exposure and that's going to become Lot, harder to do, if these tariffs are put into place is there any dollar, value the amount of art that, the US imports from China So last year it was about two hundred million dollars, give or take, according to, some census data that. We collected and of course in the in the grand grain trade scheme of, of it all I think. That's you know that's, not a lot we, imported the US imported about five hundred billion dollars worth of Chinese goods thus cheer in, in total but again as a as I said earlier I think it really just highlights you. Might be a small amount for the US economy but it's a big, deal for a group of people who who are part of that scene and I think that these tariffs that really just throws up. The question why is art being being punished by these, tariffs that really the rationale for them is is miles apart from the art scene there there's going to be hearings in DC in late August and with people able to come in and give their say about the tariffs. On different kinds of goods are people, from the art world going, to show up people from the art world's have submitted Comments online which Those are just pouring in right now and we probably can expect there's going to be four. Days of hearings so if the art world wants to have, their voice heard they'll definitely have that opportunity and you bring up a really good point that this two hundred billion dollar list is it's an initial. List right now so we've seen, with previous rounds the, thirty four billion even the sixteen billion announced this week that. Will take effect August twenty third items. Had been, removed you know the the US TR has told us that they listen to concerns, from from people including, in this case, the art world, and they'll, on you know they definitely take, those into, account but, really you know they'll have to fill a bucket and once you get up to, two hundred billion if you put all that everything into place that'll be about half of US the US deficit last year, with with China it's the. Full two fifty if these two, hundred take effect things have to go in and a lot of them might be items that. Don't make sense so I think really it just exemplifies the fact that a lot of industries might be feeling the bite from this that, feel Far removed from this whole trade war and I'm gonna throw an, interesting little insight into this. Whole thing on Chinese art that, the US imports sure there are big expensive pieces that get sold at Sotheby's and that kind. Of thing at auction but but believe it or not when you go into some of these off price homegoods places you know Home home furnishings retailers sometimes the art and those places come, from, China and they're kind of. Made in assembly lines over there and you probably, didn't know, that Sarah Yeah call up call up the folks at TJ Maxx and acts ask them where they get all. Their all the art they sell them I asked. One time I said this stuff is beautiful where did. Come from China We. Got we, got a beautiful landscape, there with that all right Sarah McGregor,

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"homegoods" Discussed on iMore

iMore

01:44 min | 3 years ago

"homegoods" Discussed on iMore

"Look at that and you're like oh okay well maybe i should pick up a less violent hobby i and dear diary today with something on the internet and fixed up by phone this many times i like the stuff though like some people will i've already heard complaints about how this is apple's nanny state or something like that and first of all this is completely opt in and in fact between beta one and beta two they you have to go back in and turn this on eventually it'll stay on between up dates is my understanding but for now like you had to go back in like was completely reset and you start over so for those of you in beta to if you haven't been checking your screen time regularly you should know that you'll need to go in and turn it back on and if you choose to use the time check features and all those different things than that that is how you can take care of that but i think this is this is a good tool to just sort of even if you're just understanding that you are like okay let me let me show this gin the important thing is you can't fix something if you don't know anything about it and so to be able to educate ourselves on how're using our devices like that's the first step and maybe you choose not to change anything that's fine but even being aware of it i think is better than not being aware of it at all okay let's go ahead and move on to tell you about our sponsor you know thriftier it's a way to save money on everything from gadgets to homegoods by shopping based on value and not hype that means that these are real deals not those psychological little tricks that some companies like to pull where they give you these fake deals where it's not really.

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"homegoods" Discussed on Scheananigans with Scheana Shay

Scheananigans with Scheana Shay

01:38 min | 3 years ago

"homegoods" Discussed on Scheananigans with Scheana Shay

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"homegoods" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

02:22 min | 3 years ago

"homegoods" Discussed on WGN Radio

"Seven some homegoods deals that that's really does yeah i did not how whereas i know with margot kidder she was doing a lot of theater but she also had health problems right which which kind of kept her from key from continuing on that road so with karen allen though you can still she still she's still doing stuff he's great i remember when i was a kid that's who i wanted to be too i wanted to be wonder woman i wanted to be the biotic woman and i wanted to be karen allen in indiana jones mostly because i wanted to kiss indie or punch him would both as he's he'd be very annoying yeah okay so we have no time to talk about solo hold on before we go to the news about solo in a moment but i want to about one more thing before we go to the news this is free you can from our friend dan who's gonna springfield with us to the hearings his son testified when the programs for social services were cut because you know a communist i think the most volume vulnerable should be you know take care of you don't to make a recommendation what's the best liver sausage to buy i like i like oscar mayer my husband bought really good one the only thing i didn't tell him this says it when you cut it like there was a little bit of pink that will come out like look like blood and i'm like i don't think that's supposed to happen but i ate it anyway now my cholesterol see the roof time now for our news here with everything you need to know is roger badesch show a former marine who admitted to killing seven women in a plea deal with indiana prosecutors has been sentenced to seven life sentences darrin van was to be tried not tober and entering the plea deal van was spared the death sentence when he was sentenced on friday tropical storm and storm surge watches in effect for parts of the us golf coast a subtropical storm alburto approaches us national hurricane center miami says tropical storm watch has been issued for indian pass florida westward to grand isle louisiana along the line that also includes parts of alabama and mississippi a proposal to build a ninety five million dollar police and fire training center was approved by chicago city council over objections of residents who.

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"homegoods" Discussed on Forever35

Forever35

02:13 min | 3 years ago

"homegoods" Discussed on Forever35

"Vitamins personal care products ecofriendly cleaning supplies homegoods organic baby food pet supplies it's like all there and you know once again i place another order recently my dog was like what i love we hear how people imitate their dogs talking that's how he's and also it's shipped straight here door super fast and you can filter the catalog by your values and dietary preferences like if you're paleo gluten free vegan kosher kito genyk and what's also great is you won't get overwhelmed because thrive market has a very highly curated catalogue meaning you only find excuse me dorey yes you might only find three to four options for each product yeah but did you know that seventy percent of the thrive market had cannot be found on amazon i do now but some of the stuff that they have is on that is on amazon it's a lot cheaper like our personal skincare fave the ol as texts secret indian hailing claim ask which is literally half the price on thrive also you know they have a lot of products that are tough to find locally even though we live in la and we have access to a lot of organic and natural products but not everyone lives in la turns out no lucky for them i know and you also don't have to worry about getting their stuff shift is wasteful because all their patching boxes and inserts are made from recycled paper and are recyclable one hundred percent zero waste so here's the deal we want you guys to love thrive market as much as we do so they are offering forever thirty five listeners and awesome deal sixty dollars of free organic grocery credits plus free shipping and a thirty day free trial now keep in mind their prices are already twenty five to fifty percent below retail because they cut out the middle peeps and now they're offering an additional sixty dollars of free groceries so you'll get twenty dollars off your first three orders of forty nine or more forty nine or more dollars and free shipping just go to thrive market dot com slash forever thirty five there's no coupon code just user u or l and the discount will be automatically applied again that's www dot thrive market dot com slash forever thirty five for sixty dollars off reshipping and a thirty day free trial.

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"homegoods" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

01:39 min | 3 years ago

"homegoods" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Keen to sell electric car parts and homegoods directly to american and european consumers amazon wants to evolve from commerce platform into global logistics operation this could shake things up including amazon's relationships with its own merchants that's because the merchants will be forced to compete with our own supplies in hong kong rishaad salamat bloomberg daybreak asia well in malaysia of the government has scrapped a six percent rate on the goods and services tax this fulfills a campaign promised by prime minister mahathir mohamed that helped to give him an unexpected week a victory i should say in the election last week now the ministry of finance is saying the tax rate will be set at zero percent from june first economist and credit rating companies have warned the move would cut government income and widen the budget deficit if not offset by other means of raising revenue well is the kim trump summit still on the short answer is yes with the bus at baxter is covering all the global news in our bloomberg nine sixty san francisco newsroom ed juliet right and that but is at north korea's really upset with national security adviser john bolton statements saying the us would like to use the libya model in denuclearization talks now north korea very strongly reacting negatively calling bolton repugnant about the way called him a human scum back in two thousand three bloomberg's bill ferry says well it plays to kim's fears and all out look at libya's a favorable model for anything so when you look at what happened to its leader two years later and and really what happened to the country the chaos that engulfed in the aftermath so us president trump is still saying the.

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"homegoods" Discussed on Heather Dubrow's World

Heather Dubrow's World

01:31 min | 3 years ago

"homegoods" Discussed on Heather Dubrow's World

"That's cool yeah so you can check out the thrive market brand products because they're the highest quality you get everything you need non gmo food snacks vitamins supplies supplements personal care i mean i kitchen stuff beauty product homegoods baby food everything so when you go on the site to thrive market dot com you can filter the whole catalogue by what you want so like if you're pay leo or gluten free or vegan kosher ketogenic they just they filter the whole thing so your whole so you don't have to like you know sort through totally which is great and on each product page you can see things like why you'll love it price comparisons to retail nutritional ingredients must try products it's very cool thrive market has a highly curated catalogue meaning you know you might only find three or four options for each product but you know it's because they're the best ones more than seventy percent of the thrive market catalog cannot be found on amazon love that yes i like that too because it means you know what you're getting you can't get anywhere else right they're the largest retailer in the country that sells exclusively non gmo groceries it's so ridiculous that non organic products cost more than organic natural products for the first time in history shoppers can easily access wholesome alternatives to conventional products found at traditional supermarkets at the same prices or lower plus you'll love this lindsey all the packaging the boxes everything made from recycled paper and are recycles zero waste so.

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"homegoods" Discussed on Adlandia

Adlandia

01:41 min | 3 years ago

"homegoods" Discussed on Adlandia

"Where i was gifted against of luggage sort of those preconceived notions of when you're supposed to get your first set we went full fledged into our corporate jobs like all of us sitting around the table like on the road all the time the amount of pieces of luggage that i've gone through over the course of my career is is not but it's interesting the discovery process was always like i was in homegoods tj maxx or like my mother's like here's an xtra carry on our like it's always go home my mom always the te'o that she goes into the basement and my mother buys like a set and gives my husband and i like the big one she's like now that we've had a catch care take those are those are all i feel like traditional ways of passing down this thing that you needed when people didn't use to travel at the capacity or rate that i'm sure some of us are and i think it's interesting just as you're you're talking through it and the discovery of this guy and going through this research you change the way i think our generation tho aw about buying this thing in in that they actually do think about it now it's not even people who travel a ton who think about it because i was traveling when i worked at all saints i was travelling to all of our stores all over the world like two hundred thousand miles a year and i still had i don't even know what brand of luggage i just had it like my mom gave it to me and it was like lou the last thing i thought about and i think people are now seeing it as part of like i'm literally carrying this thing with me around the world it's time to think about it it's getting in what's the identity that you're moving tonight done anything.

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"homegoods" Discussed on LadyGang

LadyGang

01:48 min | 3 years ago

"homegoods" Discussed on LadyGang

"And you spend a million dollars on the container store container store is the nemesis but like you go in there and you're like oh obviously i need something to organize my tampons with so i'll bring this soclean ninety nine drawer and then you get home you're like this plastic four of homegoods at what point is it too much never in my opinion but doesn't it just complicate it when i look at stuff on instagram with like these organizational like canneries too much right just on the shelf you don't need a mascot of toilet paper and also like the people that take their serials and like their flour and like put them in separate i'm like a how do you know in that expires because you're throwing the box away and be is it doesn't it take so much of your life away just transferring all the those things from their boxes i'm assuming that people we see on instagram that do that are so rich that it's like a nanny erin assistant doing that so when i get super famous and rich i'm gonna tell elena that i want my cornflakes in a bottle you think allows when i hope they expire and you don't know when and they'll be non crispy okay well when we come back we're gonna play a fun game a plead the fifth so over here at the leading gang were pretty much still on cloud nine because madman is an official sponsor of the lady gang we've never been happier about anything in our lives if you don't know madman is the premier cannabis company in the us and they have recreational and medical retail locations throughout southern california and las vegas that means that you can go in with just an idea if you're over twenty one and you can purchase we'd legally and safely and we love them so much going into amendments store is pretty much like walking into an apple store except for they have everything cannabis under the sun from.

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"homegoods" Discussed on How I Built This

How I Built This

01:38 min | 3 years ago

"homegoods" Discussed on How I Built This

"Right it did yeah yep it just kinda came out of nowhere people were kind of like wow this is a cool place shot for whom he and it's the fact that you guys got into homegoods it had to do with the fact that people were searching for these proxima other words you could have ended up being a company that sold like personal grooming products right yeah the one thing i would say you know home the beauty of home most categories people wanna oh by the same thing as each other right so you know aa batteries you buy duracell or energizer the private label there's only a couple of categories where a huge selection is really a key piece where visual and aesthetic considerations are very paramount where people want unique items and the two were really fashion and home and we basically by focusing on home where the logistics or quite complicated in different where there are no brands where the visual merchandising is critical where people have a very unique style there's a lot of value can add as a retailer if you're in any of these other categories you certainly there's a big business there but that's actually the business that the walmarts amazons and the targets and the costco's that they're all in that business selling the same exact items to everybody and you can fight that out and try to find an advantage but typically the advantages either in price or speed there's really no other way to do it and the beauty and home is that it's more multifaceted and it doesn't if someone's a winner in these other categories it doesn't make automatically make you a winner in home.

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"homegoods" Discussed on $hit Could Be Worse

$hit Could Be Worse

01:38 min | 3 years ago

"homegoods" Discussed on $hit Could Be Worse

"Pretty gross yeah you're you can tell me how the pretty girls really yeah gets high balls or terrible say balls are the worst during the winter yeah but girls don't have the problem of having their nut stick to their leg no yeah you don't have to have one of your testicles stuck to your leg and walk all funny and pull it all going to do that the penguin waddell yeah hang on waddell base what i do is i every time one of my nasa stuck to my leg i just play white chapel and get down into the late death metal stance you know no one questions what you're doing this heavy fucking breakdown heavy breakdown bro dodo so how was everybody's weekend what did we do this week we went to lot of places it was our bass player's birthday beginning of the week so he has a wrestlemainia party every year first birthday because it falls like within the same timeframe so we did that but congruent to homegoods yeah we went to homegoods homegoods like the homegoods like tj maxx like the are good homes oh sweet nonsense oh yeah oh no that's exciting we bought a night oh yeah we bought even tell you this we bought a four foot night with armor like a whole armor set of night and he's holding like amazing thing no why would you buy it because he looks fucking dote brad bought is technically brad bought it will not technically he did buy it.

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"homegoods" Discussed on iMore

iMore

02:55 min | 3 years ago

"homegoods" Discussed on iMore

"Yeah then okay yet thriftier is a new way to save money on everything from gadgets to homegoods you're going to shop based on value and not hype gonna we throw after talked dot about com this before you're basically gonna get nop alie selected the idea tech deals in is places that it's like not amazon these silly in best deals buy daily aren't real it's all deals the stuff these are none real of the fluff deals we're these going to are go deals down that are the going line to actually and ask save everybody you money not to be tell pled lens us send what all they're sitting aft on thriftier that they see really want georgia there we're going to start doesn't wanna with go you to because scream you sound very oh excited bloody lori about hell something what are you going for they us have an knowing ellie i just thought deed cox the revenue desk lamp i would say and to i seal need as yvonne to by death right bear lands marriage for the if too size you haven't this seen for the the side revenue because if i wanna it's keep brutal my light ons but for the it's be to read you'd a foil it's and real end it's you can out buy it's it a right small now as an for five iphone dollars it's only at seventeen five dollars dollars american and it's also bloody four k well hd and it can be recharged so with the usb for perks five dollars that you can carry it that's anywhere like bring it out nod to you even and two it cups unfolds of coffee it's a great movie that it is brutal if you're sensitive to violence it very brutal don't watch this movie of seattle in phila milen 's but it's a beautiful movie and it's five dollars five dollars.

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