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Md Monower hossain
Jun 12, 2022
In Welcome to the Food Forum
For a couple of years now, sustainability has been a hype among many e-commerce brands. More and more often we see that resale is becoming Special leads a permanent part of sustainable strategies and we get it. According to a report, the worldwide resale market is growing a whopping 11 times faster than traditional retail and will reach €84 billion by 2030. In comparison: the prediction for fast fashion is much more cautious with a “mere” 40 billion. This data suggests Special leads that the resale market is growing faster than the demand for sustainable fashion. channable-campaign-june-2022 The report indicates that 118 million people are looking to sell Special leads a second-hand product for the first time in 2021, compared to 36,2 million people in 2020 – a 226% growth. The most prominent reason for consumers to choose resale (second-hand) products over a sustainable-labeled new product (made with sustainable fabrics or a sustainable manufacturing process, for example) is the fact that the (supply) chain isn’t transparent and they can’t rely on the product’s claimed sustainability because of ‘greenwashing’. So it’s no surprise that large retailers are now Special leads working on facilitating resale and integrating it into their existing business models to bump their revenue stream. IKEA is testing its resale platform in the US, uses outdoor ad Special leads campaigns to promote its resale endeavors and H&M joined forces with to set up a resale platform. Even Gucci is now offering resale and sees it as an opportunity to attract new (mostly young Gen-Z) clientele. Now it may seem as if this strategy is only suited for the big brands, but that couldn’t be further from the truth. Especially now that the technical solutions that make resale possible are also available Special leads to smaller businesses, it’s achievable for every brand to integrate resale into their business model. 98% of consumers feel that brands are responsible for initiating positive change.
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Md Monower hossain
Jun 12, 2022
In Welcome to the Food Forum
A video resume is a new format for submitting your resume that combines both text and visual content. Basically, it is a self-presentation in a video format. Special leads This can be extra beneficial, as video offers a more concise format that you can edit and present to the hiring manager in a way that will stand out. However, a video CV is more than just turning your paper Special leads resume into a video. This format allows job seekers to present, not only their professional qualities, but also their creativity. For example, it is possible to create a resume as an animated Special leads video, a whiteboard video, or a clip with stop-motion effects. Still, such a CV should include all the information mentioned in your paper resume: education, experience, interests, etc. what-is-video-resume Why Should You Choose a Video Format? Using video for your resume has several advantages. The first is that it is more effective than writing one. You can incorporate visuals and a script to make Special leads the video flow well, and people are more likely to remember the information they get from videos than from text. Thus, recruiters will more easily remember you than your Special leads competitor, who only submitted a paper resume. Secondly, it’s pretty easy to create an eye-catching video even if you use your smartphone or screen capture software. You’ll be able to customize the video and include your own personality. It’s also a good idea to include your contact information, including Special leads a link to your online profile. So, this format combines efficiency and a stunning look. Moreover, producing a video can be an exciting opportunity to try a new activity and let your creativity flow
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