Nobody does it better than the Korean-Japanese app. Read more about their amazing marketing experiments here.
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When should I share it?
And how often should I be sharing?
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Lamy is a producer of writing instruments in Europe. The company is German-owned and its presence is particularly strong there. Josef Lamy, who was a sales representative for The Parker Pen Company in Germany, founded the business in 1930 by purchasing the Orthos pen manufacturer. Lamy was a pioneer in the use of moulded synthetic plastics to make their product. Lamy was run by Josef Lamy’s son, Manfred Lamy, until his retirement in 2006. He was succeeded by Bernhard M. Rösner.
Read more about this truly amazing campaign on my curated blog here.
I am working in Frankfurt this week. My hotel room is designed by Levi’s Jeans.
In the documentary Twinsters a 25 year-old French fashion student named Anaïs Bordier is shown a YouTube video by her friend claiming that the woman in it looks identical to her. The girl in the video was Samantha Futerman, a Los Angeles actress, and her video described her experiences being an adopted child, as was Bordier. After doing some research, Bordier found more similarities that she and Futerman shared, most importantly that they were born on the same day, November 19, 1987, in Busan, South Korea, and both were put up for adoption.
Namba Parks (なんばパークス Nanba Pākusu) is an office and shopping complex located in Namba-naka Nichome, Naniwa-ku, Osaka, Japan, the south of Namba Station on Nankai Railway. It consists of a high office building called Parks Tower and a 120-tenant shopping mall with rooftop garden. Namba Parks was developed by Jon Jerde of The Jerde Partnership in the footprint of the since closed Osaka Stadium.
Various kinds of restaurants (Japanese, Korean, Italian, etc.) are located on the 6th floor, and shops are located on the 2nd to 5th floors. There is also an amphitheater for live shows, as well as space for small personal vegetable gardens and wagon shops.
Namba Parks was conceived as a large park, a natural intervention in Osaka’s dense urban condition. Alongside a 30-story tower, the project features a lifestyle commercial center crowned with a rooftop park that crosses multiple blocks while gradually ascending eight levels. In addition to providing a highly visible green component in a city where nature is sparse, the sloping park connects to the street, making it easy for passers-by to enter its groves of trees, clusters of rocks, cliffs, lawn, streams, waterfalls, ponds and outdoor terraces. Beneath the park, a canyon carves a path through specialty retail, entertainment and dining venues.
Official video of Namba Park: