What is a hypermarket, and what you need to know about it?
As stated in many dictionaries, a hypermarket is a store with an area of ​​over 20 thousand square meters, with a high degree of mechanization and automation of loading and…

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Shopping in London: worthy queen shopping
Where do without sales in the world capital of shopping? They are held twice a year - at the height of the summer and during the winter holidays. Additional sales,…

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Buyer syndrome. How to deal with it?
More recently, foreign marketing experts published the results of their sociological research. According to a survey among American schoolchildren and young people, it was revealed that 89% of them cannot…

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Monthly Archives: November 2018

Seven easy steps to the perfect wardrobe

There is not enough space for new things in your closet, but there are still very few really successful sets? This is a typical situation with an irrational wardrobe. Photo: Depositphotos In the opposite case, when the wardrobe is carefully thought out – you get by with a minimum of things that make up a huge number of harmonious sets that are ideally suited to your body shape and color type and correspond to your lifestyle and tasks. Continue reading

How to get rid of shopaholism?

A new phenomenon that appeared not so long ago, “helping” others to waste their time and money, is called shopping in the West. Translated into the great and mighty Russian, this is going shopping without any specific purpose. Photo: Depositphotos The first category of shopaholics: people just go to boutiques and supermarkets, watch something, try it on, but do not buy anything. Continue reading

Shopping Should I listen to the advice of sellers?
Who, when and how did he convince me that this fanciful pseudo-leather jacket “snake-like” of a monstrous greenish tinge suits me? To whom I laid out a serious amount for…

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Price tags and supermarkets. How did Frank Woolworth create them?
We are so used to price tags and supermarkets that we can’t imagine modern trade without them. We think it always has been. Reads Yuri Bering No, no, and again…

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