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June 22, 2011

Co Creation in The Fashion Industry: Infographic




Source [My Fashion Sales]
Co-creation in the fashion industry is a way of revitalizing the relationship between consumer and producer by enabling them to work together. What this means is that you have the power to enhance the products you like by customizing different components of the design. This may mean selecting your own color combinations for a new, favorite pair of shoes; or it could mean helping to design a software program that is more specifically catered to your needs as a fashion designer.

Companies are always looking for ways to build communities around their products. While research and focus group help companies build products in massive quantities that consumers want to buy, this often leaves out the distinct flavor of smaller local groups. Co-creation helps bridge this gap by allowing these local group represent themselves on the brands that they love.

June 17, 2011

Most Demanded "20 Jobs " in the Next Decade





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The Top 20 Jobs With Highest Demand in The Next 10 years

1. Body part maker Advances in science will make it possible to create living body parts,

2. Nano-medic Advances in nanotechnology for creating sub-atomic devices
3. Pharmer of genetically engineered crops and livestock New-age farmers will grow crops and keep animals that have been genetically engineered to increase the amount of food they produce and to include proteins that are good for our health.
4. Old age wellness manager/consultant We will need specialists to help manage the health and personal needs of an aging population. They will be able to use a range of new emerging medical, drug, prosthetic, mental health, natural and fitness treatments.
Want to know more? Take a look at a story and career information about how robots could make our old age easier.
5. Memory augmentation surgeon Surgeons could add extra memory to people who want to increase their memory and to help those who have been over-exposed to information and need more memory to store it.
6. ‘New science’ ethicist As scientific advances speed up in areas like cloning, we may need a new breed of ethicist who understands the science and helps society make choices a

7. Space pilots, tour guides and architects With companies already promising space tourism, we may need space pilots and tour guides, as well as architects to design where they will live and work


8. Vertical farmers Vertical farms growing in skyscrapers in the middle or our cities could dramatically increase food supply by 2020. Vertical farmers will need skills in a range of scientific disciplines, engineering and commerce.
9. Climate change reversal specialist  The range of science and technologies they use could include filling the oceans with iron filings and putting up giant umbrellas to deflect the sun’s rays.
10. Quarantine enforcer If a deadly virus starts spreading rapidly, few countries, and few people, will be prepared. Nurses will be in short supply.
11. Weather modification police  Weather modification police would need to control and monitor who is allowed to shoot rockets containing silver iodine into the air – a way to provoke rainfall from passing clouds
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12. Virtual lawyer As more and more of our daily life goes online, we will need specialist lawyers to resolve legal disputes which could involve people living in countries and regions with different laws.
13. Avatar manager/devotees/virtual teachers Intelligent avatars or computer characters could be used to support or even replace teachers in the classroom. The devotee is the human that makes sure the avatar and the student are properly matched.
14. Alternative vehicle developers Could the dream of zero-emission cars or even underwater and flying cars become a reality within the next two decades?
15. Narrowcasters As content on the television, radio and the internet becomes increasingly personalised, there will be jobs for specialists working with producers and advertisers to create news, entertainment and information tailored to our personal interests.
16. Waste data handler As data and information about us increases on computers everywhere, we may need waste data handlers to securely get rid of our data so we can’t be tracked or have our identity stolen.
17. Virtual clutter organiser Clutter managers will help us organise our electronic lives. They would look after our email, make sure our data is stored properly and manage our electronic passwords and profiles.
18. Time broker/Time bank trader Time has always been precious and time banking already exists. In the future there may be other alternative currencies that will have their own markets where they can be traded.

19. Social ‘networking’ worker We may need social workers for people who may be traumatised or marginalised by social networking.

20. Personal branders This job would be an extension of the role played by celebrity stylists and publicists. Personal branders will work for anyone to create a personal “brand” using social networking sites and other media.
source : capfalcon