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Fashion is a big industry but at the end of the day it's all about marketing so this group is dedicated to this aspect of the industry. For example, we can all learn from sharing about the successes we may have had working online or with e-marketing.

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Comment by Dana Hanh Contey on May 28, 2008 at 6:02pm
Hi... I am preparing to launch my patent pending product that will seamlessly and instantly reduces your pants up to one and a half size. Do you know of any retail store fashion buyers so I can contact and demo my product? thanks!
Comment by md mashiur rahman on May 27, 2008 at 2:52am
hello everyone,
i am manufacturer of handmade jewellery and lac items in india.
i want to export my items.Present time i work for indian exporter.so any one interest on my items plz contract me in my mail:mashicreations@gmail.com.
Comment by Mary on May 23, 2008 at 5:36pm
Hello everyone,
I'm doing marketing for a new line of handbags called Galaday! Please check out our website galaday.com and give me any feedback on the handbags and any marketing ideas to promote this brand! I would really appreciate it!
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Comment by Mel on April 14, 2008 at 10:05am
Rebecca
Right, so it's more a A&F thing? OK, that's good to know. However, I can bet you any money the beefcake in the window up in Atlanta will attract way more customers than the ones we have here in London. lol!
Comment by Rebecca Greenberg on April 4, 2008 at 11:55pm
Mel,
Its not just London that gets the half naked men, club like setting and beautiful staff at A & F, we have that in Atlanta, Ga too. I kind of like the beefcake in the window :) Rebecca
Comment by Cindy on April 1, 2008 at 9:10pm
My name is Cindy. My website is still new and has been on the internet for about six months. I have a lot of questions about online business, inventory control etc... I would like to join your group so I can find some answers.
Comment by Mel on April 1, 2008 at 8:29am
I recently visited the Abercrombie and Fitch store in London and was awed by the extent they went to launch their brand here. If the museum like building with the double door entrance did not capture your interest, the topless man standing there with a polalorid definitely will entice you to walk through those doors. Once inside, the ambience is set like a night club. Dim lights, a couple of uncomfortable dancers on the balcony, and loud base funky house music definitely makes it feel like you are actually in a club. The staff are all beautiful people styling the A&F line and the set out is pretty impossible to navigate.

I see this as a marketing ploy to launch this brand in the UK and attract people to the store. This works particularly well seeing as the store was quite busy for a weekday. However, having thought about it, the layout, the folded up clothes and the limited lighting makes it particularly difficult to actually shop or have a clear view of the range of clothing they have on offer. The beautiful staff could also be a downside as my friend did comment that she did not feel comfortable and it made her feel that she did not belong to that store eventhough she herself is considered attractive.

Good marketing or bad marketing? still yet to be decided...
Comment by Abohla Razac on March 31, 2008 at 11:21am
I am a pre start online boutique owner. Casual wear for young MEN and WOMEN. I am currently working on / writing my business plan. Now, I need to get my target customers. How do i find or know my targetted customers. Really need help.
Comment by Royal Family Clothing on March 24, 2008 at 3:19pm
what have you done to market your clothing lines on the internet? Anything free or cheep you can suggest?
 

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