Dear Fashion Industry, Stop Treating Plus-Size Women Like Second-Class Citizens

Listen up, retailers. As fashion rapidly shifts to accommodate the plus-size market there are a few things you may not have taken into account. When asked to submit the urgent messages they’d like to share with the fashion industry, 80 plus-size women responded overwhelmingly with five demands. The overall message? Stop treating plus-size shoppers like second-class citizens. Here’s a deeper look at what they had to say: 1. No more online-only collections “It is isolating to be fat and to shop online at brands with a store in your area.…

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Healthcare News Today IT Solutions – A Must Have For Today’s Healthcare Industry

  IT arrangements have discovered its root in every last field and healthcare segment isn’t a special case to the run the show. Till date, the healthcare business was going moderate in the execution of healthcare news today it answers for the very reason that the business depends more on singular learning and judgment. Beyond any doubt data innovation can not be a substitute for human brains; in any case, it can turn out to be an exceptionally helpful apparatus or help in performing different errands.   Healthcare it arrangements…

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How Puerto Rico’s Fashion Industry Is Reinventing Itself After Hurricane María

I can’t pinpoint exactly when I knew that I wanted to work in the fashion industry. Maybe it was when I refused to wear the outfits my mom chose for me, or when I started collecting Teen Vogue and whatever other magazines I could procure in Quebradillas, the town in northwest Puerto Rico where I grew up. Other than what I could distill from those glossy pages (and, later, the style blogs I’d devour online), though, there wasn’t much in my immediate surroundings I could immerse myself in. It wasn’t until I…

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AI Is Fast Disrupting The Travel Industry. Here’s How.

Be it cutting edge innovations in healthcare or improving predictive analysis across different businesses, AI and machine learning have become the catalysts driving transformation across industries. Travel industry has followed the suit and is not much far behind when it comes to the adoption of these emerging technologies. From recommendation, to forecasting, to personalised assistance, AI has seen varied applications in travel industry and its ancillaries. The travel brands are extensively using AI technologies like ML and NLP to boost customer experience.  These companies are mining the customer data and…

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How Technology Will Change the Future of Gaming Industry

The gaming industry is a growing at a very fast rate in India. The industry’s growth is being predominantly driven by smartphone users spending more and more time on games. Smartphones and new technologies have totally transformed the gaming experience globally. According to a Google-KPMG report, the online gaming industry in India is expected to grow to $1 billion by 2021 from the current $360 million, a growth rate of 20 percent with the online gamers community reaching 310 million by 2021 Entrepreneur India spoke to few experts to find out technologies…

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Travel industry needs to understand pressure for border controls

Former UK prime minister David Cameron delivered an uncompromising message to the World Travel & Tourism Council Summit in Bangkok on Wednesday. Cameron told global travel leaders: “Your industry needs to understand the vast pressure on governments to deal with immigration.” He said: “We need to ensure people continue to travel, but also have proper border controls & better technology. “Do not underestimate the concerns voters have, and politicians have on their behalf, about the ability of terrorists to travel. “You have to accept you’re going to see greater use…

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Uber, Lyft Hitting Los Angeles’ Taxi Industry Hard

Uber and Lyft are eviscerating the taxi industry in Los Angeles three years after they began operating in the city, officials say. Thanks to the ridesharing services, which enable independent drivers to offer rides via a smartphone application, “taxicab service demand indicators have dropped (total trips and dispatch trips) beginning in the second half of 2013 and increasing through 2015,” according to a report by Department of Transportation seen by AFP on Thursday. The number of taxi trips arranged in advance has dropped 42 percent while the total number of…

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