Growth For Honey Birdette Takes In Both Online And Physical Stores

The continued growth of the Australian lingerie brand Honey Birdette has continued at such a fast pace across the U.K. and U.S. that the company are hoping to make major advances in the way the company sells its products. In the U.S. the focus will remain on an Online sales approach that has seen Online sales grow 374 percent across the previous 12 months. In the U.K. a growing level of performance in the three physical stores already open has led to Honey Birdette seeking to expand its available locations to a staggering 40 U.K. based stores by the end of 2018.

The growing Online retail industry has proven popular in the U.S. and has resulted in Honey Birdette seek to create a dedicated Online platform aimed solely at the U.S. market. In the U.K. the rise of the Honey Birdette brand has been stunning with the first London Covent Garden location opening in early 2016 and prompting a rapid expansion across the nation with three locations already open; the expansion of the Honey Birdette brand in the U.K. is set to continue with new stores opening across the country through 2018 in major cities, such as Leeds and Liverpool.

Honey Birdette has been one of the fastest growing luxury brands in the world in the 21st century after only being created in 2006 with an eye on providing luxury lingerie and products aimed at both men and women. The brand has been seeking new locations in which to open physical locations that provide an impressive shopping experience led by a local team of Honey’s who make every visit to a Honey Birdette store as much of an event as possible. Founder Eloise Monaghan founded the company in 2006 and still keeps creative control of Honey Birdette making sure each and every garment and product made reach her own high standards.

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One week with WEN. Want to see what happens?

WEN hair care line was created by LA stylist Chaz Dean. He has created a conditioning product that is shampoo, conditioner, and styling treatment in one. We have all seen his infomercials on QVC. Chaz’s product transforms the model’s hair, making it shiny, healthy and manageable without the use of harsh sulfates that is typically found in regular shampoo and conditioner. It’s amazing! It doesn’t lather up like regular shampoo either.

I have decided to give Chaz’s product WEN cleansing conditioner a try and have even written an in-depth article about it on Bustled.com. With my hair being baby fine and thin, I wanted to see if it could transform it into luxurious locks like the women in his infomercials. Supposedly the product works wonders on all hair types. I wanted to test this theory to see if it is true. I went ahead and tried it for one week.
The first thing I noticed was that the product called for a greater amount than the amount you use in regular shampoo and conditioner. I thought it would be too much for my thin, fine hair but I followed it regardless. After washing my hair, I noticed that it looked more shiny and bouncy but by morning, it appeared to be oily. By changing my hair care routine to morning, I found that it eliminated that problem.
Overall Guthy-Renker blog, find WEN by Chaz Dean to be a great product. It worked wonders for my baby fine hair, but only if I used it in the morning before I started my day. If you are someone like me though who prefers to take a shower at night, I would not recommend it, only because of the oiliness of your hair in the morning. Other than that this is a fantastic product. It is available online via http://www.amazon.com/WEN-Sweet-Almond-Cleansing-Conditioner/dp/B0048O2R1E.

WEN Hair FAQ’s here: http://www.wen.com/faq.html

Kyle Bass Pharmaceutical Scam Kills Thousands

Kyle Bass is known internationally as the man who correctly predicted the subprime mortgage crisis that took place almost 10 years ago. Unfortunately, Kyle Bass is also known for doing some pretty unethical things.

Let’s take the pharmaceutical scam that was so vile both houses of Congress came together to come up with a way to stop it. While not illegal due to a loophole, this scam was without a doubt one of the most unethical scams in recent history. And though it was simple in nature, it literally affected the lives of millions of people.

Here is how the scam worked. To get things rolling Bass teamed up with world renowned patent troll Erich Spangenberg. With Spangenberg on his team it was time to pounce. To make his scam look legit he set up a front organization known as the Coalition for Affordable Drugs.

With everything in place Bass and Spangenberg would get together, pick certain pharmaceutical firms, short sell their stocks, and then turn around and challenge several patents using their front organization.

Anytime this happened stocks would take a nosedive, Bass would make millions in a matter of days, and the prices of pharmaceutical drugs would go up. This caused palpable harm as millions of people were no longer able to afford their medications. Medications that helped many of them stay alive.

The funny thing is, when asked why he would do such a thing, Bass said he was doing it to bust patents and make drugs more affordable by driving down prices due to competition.

As a matter of fact, he has a reputation for doing the opposite. He will do anything to make a quick buck and that is exactly what he did in this situation. According to Scott McKeown, an intellectual-property expert, Bass was trying to spook the markets so he could turn a quick profit.

When Celgene, one of the pharmaceutical firms that was Bass’ biggest target, filed suit against him, Bass changed his defense and admitted he was motivated by a love of money.

Unfortunately for him, the Patent Trial and Appeals Board has a big problem with his patent challenges and is considering sanctioning him. Let’s see what lie he will tell to try and get out of this one.