Smartphones and tablets are now almost in every household, and they are often even replacing traditional desktops or, even more surprisingly, digital camera. This trend will only continue to grow and cause a bigger dent in the market that companies like Olympus or Cannon had.
So if you’re interested to see just how much damage the smartphone companies caused in term of profits for camera makers, here is an nice infographic that puts things into perspective.
When you count your revenues and profits and you wonder how you could do more, have a look at your customer service lines and see how you can shorten them. Customer satisfaction issues cost US businesses $83billion a year.
Have a look at this infographic with some valuable facts and tips on how to improve customer satisfaction, and your revenue with some quick and easy steps. An entire guide to improve customer service is available here.
Source: Lavi Industries
Morgan Hermand-Waiche, Adore Me CEO, is facing off against bra and panty juggernaut Victoria’s Secret with a cheap, membership-based option.
The economy is, thankfully, recovering, and entrepreneurs have played a large role in helping it along. One of the most interesting parts of this recovery, however, is the emergence of new industry types. Businesses have found all new niches to fill, and seven industries in particular have shown substantial growth in 2013. Check out the infographic below to find out which industries made the list!
Hubert de Givenchy founded his design house in Paris in 1952. This design house created contemporary and ladylike styles that were inspired by both haute couture and avant-garde elements. Take a look at this Washington, D.C. designer clothing infographic to learn more about the history of Givenchy and many other designers.