Inspired by nature, Architect Zaha Hadid reveals, “The natural rhythms and flows of the city, of the environment and of the people have been integrated within the design to define its formal composition.”
It's Nice That : Zaha Hadid wows us again with stunning new Beijing development
The answer depends on what you are looking for. ShopItToMe.com, a San Francisco company that analyzes more than 750,000 sales items a year from more than 200 online retailers. By running averages, the company found the following patterns:
■ Mondays: Shoppers can save nearly 50% on men’s and women’s dress pants, and about 55% on sunglasses.
■ Tuesdays: Expect to save more than 40% on men’s apparel.
More Here: The Best Times to Buy Clothing | TIME.com
According to the State of e-Commerce in India report, there were 124.7 million or 12.5 crore unique visitors in July 2012 out of which nearly 50% were visitors from home or work. The other half accessed internet via mobile or shared networks. A total of 48 billion minutes were spent online. In a recent study, also by comScore, most online minutes in India were spent on Google sites, Facebook and Yahoo.
State of E-Commerce in India: online user base grows 50% YoY!
After crunching two to six years' worth of pricing data for a number of typical holiday gifts, The Wall Street Journal has turned up the best times to go deal hunting — and they almost never involve standing in the freezing cold all night.
“At this point of time we have many questions about the Indian market. We need to get information. We have to be humble and we have to listen,” said Mr. Maeztu in his first interaction with the Indian media since IKEA announced its foray into India in June.
Marketers are focusing on building tools to understand your habits, personalize your experience, and connect you with like minds. Learn about the innovative tools they use and take the survey to find out what kind of shopper you are.
Infographic: How Do You Decide to Buy? | Figures Of Progress on GOOD
For retailers and tech companies that serve them, billions of dollars are up for grabs. If there were any doubts that there was real money to be made leveraging big data to create custom marketing pitches in real time, those doubts should be shattered by Tuesday's entrance of mega-software corporation SAP into the retail tech frenzy. The move is the equivalent of an elephant walking into a room of working mice and telling everyone, "I've got this."
Michel Lacoste, 69, has decided to seek a court ruling against the company board's nomination of Sophie Lacoste-Dournel as non-executive president, which he told the daily Le Monde was an "irregular" decision "by an irregular board."
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