Place du Cap, Menton
Not quite sure who is walking who in this photo!
Place du Cap, Menton
Not quite sure who is walking who in this photo!
(PRWEB) December 22, 2014
Inmar, a company that operates intelligent commerce networks, today announced that it will host a webinar, ?Next Generation of Digital Promotion? at 3:00 p.m. Eastern Time on Wednesday, January 7, and, again at the same time on Thursday, January 8. Mike Hughes, Director, Digital Solutions and Corey Murphy, Senior Director, Digital Sales, will present the webinar. There is no cost to participate.
Those wishing to register for the webinar may do so by clicking here.
The hour-long program will explore the tools now available for developing, executing and analyzing holistic, omni-channel promotion campaigns featuring digital offers.
As a result of Inmar?s recent acquisition of Hopster, Inc., brands now have the means to effectively and cost-efficiently employ digital promotions that pair equity-building content with motivating promotional offers and enable brands to drive loyalty, advocacy, revenue and market share.
?There?s a lot more to digital promotion than just supporting a new product launch or making a coupon easily available to a potential, first-time buyer,? says Mike Hughes, Director, Digital Solutions at Inmar. ?With the flexibility and customization now available for this type of promotion, and the ability to make user-level attribution, brands can use digital coupons to not only drive sales but also maintain and grow CRM,? adds Hughes.
Inmar, as a leading promotions services provider, offers brands a robust suite of digital promotion solutions, including Print-at Home, Load-to-Card (L2C) and targeted emails for personally engaging consumers — at scale — through traditional retailer-enabled channels as well across owned, paid and social media.
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Inmar is a technology company that operates intelligent commerce networks. Our platforms connect offline and online transactions in real time for leading retailers, manufacturers and trading partners across multiple industries who rely on Inmar to securely manage billions of dollars in transactions. Our Promotions, Supply Chain and Healthcare platforms enable commerce, generate meaningful data and offer growth-minded leaders actionable analytics and execution with real-time visibility. Founded in 1980, Inmar is headquartered in Winston-Salem, North Carolina with locations throughout the United States, Mexico and Canada.
For more information about Inmar?s products and services, please call 866.440.6917 or visit http://www.inmar.com.
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?We are proud to announce this prestigious certification and to be recognized as a high-quality dental insurer by NCQA,? said Fay Donohue, President and Chief Executive Officer at DentaQuest. ?DentaQuest is committed to providing our members with the most cost-effective and comprehensive plans. Our mission is and has always been to improve the oral health of all and, with this certification, we can continue to guarantee our members that they are receiving the best possible coverage.?
NCQA?s certification review process includes on- and off-site evaluations conducted by a team of clinical and managed care experts. The findings are then reviewed and analyzed by an oversight committee of clinicians that assigns a certification status based on the organization?s performance. DentaQuest?s assigned status is effective through 2016.
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Studies show that pets in the workplace can help manage stress levels, increase job satisfaction and productivity, and vastly improve office relationships. On Fridays at CDI, employees can be seen greeting the friendly canines around the office. In a way, these pets have given CDI countless ?water cooler? moments, as they provide employees with a chance to walk away from their desks and strike up a conversation with a coworker, while entertaining the newest furry, fluffy, or even scaly addition to the CDI family.
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In my years working in the sustainable fashion industry, one of the biggest lessons I learned was that in order for a garment to be truly eco-friendly, more needs to be taken into account than just the type of fabric used in creating it. Lots of companies have been quick to jump on the eco-fashion bandwagon over the years, and it always bummed me out to see a piece of clothing labeled as ‘green’ when it was made with organic cotton but produced in a sweatshop, or an ‘earth-friendly’ garment made with a recycled fiber that used massive amounts of energy to produce and harsh chemicals to dye, or a piece of ‘recycled’ jewelry made with reworked metals but packaged in excessive plastic. It was really refreshing to read about Fashion Positive’s mission to apply so many important aspects of sustainable fashion production as part of their initiative.
I also loved reading about how Lewis Perkins (Fashion Positive’s Senior VP) has not only teamed up with established eco-conscious brands who are already using sustainable models, but is also in talks with larger, more well-known design houses (like Gucci, Calvin Klein, and Seven for All Mankind). I met so many designers during my years working in fashion who wanted to make their lines more earth and social conscious, but had no idea how. The fashion industry as a whole tends to be incredibly wasteful, and in my option, by working with these larger brands to educate and brainstorm, a pretty substantial step is being taken toward making a profound difference when it comes to a more sustainable industry.
It’s easy to get caught up in the convenience and affordable price points of fast, disposable fashion. I’ll be the first to admit that I’m guilty of it myself. And I’ve also been disappointed at various times throughout the years when it’s felt like truly sustainable fashion might never become a real it for the masses. Reading this #YahooStyle article gave me a renewed enthusiasm and sense of hope that with some real work, education, and practice, eco-fashion can still eventually become the industry standard someday.
(Psssst… All the images you see above are from my former eco-fashion line. Each piece from every one of our collections was made locally with organic cotton, tencel, and hemp fabrics, dyed with nontoxic dyes using sustainable methods, crafted to last for decades, and packaged without plastic and with only 100% recycled tags designed to act as bookmarks after they were removed. Eco-fashion forever!)
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Do you consider sustainability when make clothing purchases? Have you purchased any eco-friendly holiday gifts this year?
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