Posted July 2nd, 2014 by admin |
Uncategorized | irs help, tax relief services
Taxes should be paid in full amount and on the designated due date in order not to receive any notice from the Internal Revenue Service and avoid any lawsuit for this matter. However, when these taxes are not paid due to some unforeseeable circumstance, IRS offers several options including the offer in compromise help. Basically, the offer in compromise help is not granted to anyone who has IRS problems. There is a certain requirement needed before this privilege will be given and to be eligible, one must be able to submit these important documents and have his/her current economic status assessed.
The Internal Revenue Service will determine if the person is eligible or not and they will ask the individual to pay …
Posted January 4th, 2014 by admin |
Uncategorized | brands, japanese expansion, living the dream, retail
After more than two years of planning, Aveda is set to unveil a key piece in its global expansion strategy: launching in Japan.
The company's first mark in the country will be with a three-level facility in Tokyo's trendy Minami Aoyama area this fall, noted Dominique Conseil, president of Aveda, who visited here in May to announce the official launch of the brand to the Japanese market. The space will include a shop and cafe on the first floor and a salon and spa on the second floor and basement, respectively.
Global expansion for the brand has been a goal of Aveda's parent, the Estee Lauder Cos., since it purchased the lifestyle brand in December 1997. And with this launch, Aveda has
Posted July 9th, 2013 by admin |
Uncategorized | art nouveau, design history, important japanese designers
Although much has been written about the influence of Japan on Western design movements (the Aesthetic Movement. Arts and Crafts, and Art Nouveau), far less is known of Western influence on Japan. Yet, from about 1900 to the 1910s, Japanese designers, educators, architects, and craftspeople launched a "new style" of art and craft by incorporating elements from French Art Nouveau, the Vienna Secession, and the Glasgow School into traditional Japanese arts. In a later phase, in the 1920s and '30s, Japanese artists instead drew on the ideals and philosophy of John Ruskin and William Morris to create their own response to the modern world. This utopian phase of the Japanese Arts and Crafts Movement will be explored in the next issue of …