Wednesday, January 8, 2020

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Digital Transformation in the Fashion Industry

Customer Think-Sep. 18, 2017
The fashion industry is engaging with digital technology in new and different ways, in order to stay competitive and to engage with the ways that consumers are ...
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Farfetch looks to China to fashion global platform

Financial Times-Jun. 22, 2017
His fast-growing UK fashion technology company, which has been valued at more ... is to be the dominant digital infrastructure for the luxury fashion industry.
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Designer Rachel Comey Is Rallying the Fashion Industry for ...

Allure Magazine-Jan. 18, 2017
In case you missed it, the fashion industry has gotten political as hell in recent months. During a contentious election cycle, labels like Opening Ceremony used ...
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Will Going to Fashion School Actually Get You a Job?

The Business of Fashion-Oct. 31, 2017
This year, BoF also analysed graduate fashion business courses. Paris' Institut Français de la Mode (IFM), a school with exceptionally strong industry ties, ...

1 comment:

Pearl Necklace said...

One of the principles of the conceptual division allows you to group the questions under two types, namely, incomplete and complete dividing. The first type means that the set of alternatives offered to the Respondent, does not exhaust all the conceptual content of the question. In the second type of questions a set of alternatives exhausts it completely. Each of them has its own rules of construction and usage.
Of great interest are the issues with incomplete division. Their peculiarity is that they contained the concept has unlimited division, and the set of alternatives becomes unlimited, as, for example, in the question "What combination of colors do You like most?" The conceptual content of the question may be limited, but wide enough, and the Respondent is asked a large number of answers, say "What literature do You have in your home library?" (options: historical, memoir, special, detective, fantastic, etc.).
The main difficulty and complexity of using this type of question is that the researcher should be limited to a specific and rather small set of alternatives. In fact, the same can not be a sociologist to offer the Respondent all possible answers. In most cases this is not necessary.