In an article on racked.com plans for the fitness wear company Fabletic’s expansion over the next two years are discussed. The article says that Fabletics hopes to expand its number of stores to between 75 and 100 over the next couple of years. This news comes as the brand looks to open its seventh store right now.
The article describes how Fabletics uses its physical stores to help drive subscription to their online system that sends subscribers new specifically curated outfits each month and bills them for it. At the Fabletics store customers can come in and try on the clothes, get a feel for how they look and fit, then feel much more comfortable about the products they’ll receive than they would if they had only what they saw on their computer screen to rely on.
This synergy between online sales and memberships and in store service and convenience is innovative. Fabletics allows customers to both try before they buy and dictate what they like and need in performance wear, so that when and if they decide to subscribe to the monthly outfit service they’ll be doing so knowing that they’re receiving clothes that fit and that adhere to their style.
Fabletics was founded in 2013 with the idea of filling a gap in the athletic market. The founders saw no option for affordable and quality options for people looking for activewear and so they developed the line as a branch of Justfab shoes. Like with Justfab members, Fabletics subscribers are asked relevant questions about their sizing and lifestyles needs as well as their style preferences in a survey during signup.
Communication without videos in the present era seems like the common routine, but it was not always so, as Bob Reina recollects in every interview and in the answer to thousands of questions asked him to date. It was 2004 when Reina came up with the idea of sending videos via emails, hitherto claimed to be impossible by the America Online and unheard of in most parts of the world. While most of the people might have been struck by the thought in their homes, it was Reina who stepped up, defied the limitations upon emails and made it a possibility to combine videos and communication; this is how Talk Fusion was born.
The eccentric idea of 2004 has now become imperative for business and personal interactions throughout the globe, taking only a decade to reach what can only be described as the possible zenith for the company (Talk Fusion was established in 2007).
Ironically enough, Reina does not hold a degree in electronics or technological fields. The pioneer of video calls graduated from the University of South Florida in criminology and has served as a police officer in his early days. Bob entered the marketing circles only as a part-time employee in an attempt to top up a dwindling bank account and in the process realized the pitfalls of the communication systems, the painful limitation to texts and the absence of a face to face interaction with the customers all around the world.
Talk Fusion has grown out of its birthplace, the United States, into about 85 countries, escalating to the 8th position on the list of a gigantic video communication providers. In the race, the company has beaten the likes of Yahoo, MegaVideo, CBS, AOL and Viacom. Reina, as the CEO, seems to have brought upon his company the fortune of his intelligence, diligence and determination that reflected earlier in his police academy and is now at the forefront of the titan of video service providers.
These days, more and more women have decided that they want to pursue careers. Nevertheless, many of these women are also committed to maintaining traditional roles within their home or pursuing other non-vocational interests. As such, women who are interested in getting ahead professionally need to gain access to outlets that will empower them to build a career and generate substantive revenue. This ongoing challenge has been the subject of much debate, cultural contention, and ideation.
The professionals of QNet understand the complications that many women encounter as they attempt to step outside the traditional configuration of how they should operate in the public and private sectors. To express its commitment to empowering women to fulfill their professional and personal visions of success, the QNet team is proud to celebrate International Women’s Day. This day was created for the purpose of recognizing and supporting women who have chosen to pursue a career by working within the business domain. To help women realize this objective, the QNet representatives are pleased to provide them with a wide range of career opportunities within their company.
A photo posted by QNET Official (@qnetofficial) on
Understanding Women’s Issues
In recognizing that there are a wide range of sociocultural and political factors that can preclude women from realizing their full potential, US agencies like USAID have noted that it is difficult to address the problem in a monolithic fashion. Rather, it is important for progressives to take strides towards ensuring that women gain access to empowering societal domains such as health care, education, and technology. Also, it will be important for women to start owning lands, controlling markets, and accessing resources that facilitate economic and political mobility.
QNet: A Brief Overview
As a direct selling organization based in Hong Kong, QNet is pleased to provide entrepreneurs with the ability to generate revenue by selling a diverse set of products. Some of QNet’s products include personal care, fashion accessories, luxury goods, energy, nutrition, weight management, and home care.
CHEER for our team with V Managing Director Pathman Senathirajah and JR Mayer Fan Page.#QNETCITY! Get ready to cheer…
The professionals of QNet understand the importance of providing women with the professional resources for them to make decisions that improve the quality of their life while enabling them to contribute positively to their communities. To make it happen, QNet offers women the opportunity to become sellers within the teams of their company.