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  • Barslund Vesten Pedersen, Stine (2017-01-06)
    The primary purpose of this thesis has been to develop a new concept store for the Danish jewellery brand PANDORA build on experience economy and sensory branding. The concept should communicate the three main areas of the ...
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    Telling, Monica (2017-01-06)
    This assignment is a thorough and methodical example of how the American jewellery brand MOCIUN can make an entrance and impact on the Danish jewellery market. The problem definition is: How can I make a business strategy ...
  • Fábián, Fanni (2016-12-16)
    ABSTRAC This thesis is the initial step of a process which will bloom in the future. It is contextualized in a future scenario where scientific and technological inventions create a mega-trend amongst not only scientists ...
  • Lærke Lund Ranfelt Pedersen, Liv (2016-12-16)
    Denne opgave omhandler Ivan Grundahl. Jeg valgte at arbejde med Ivan Grundahl da det er en virksomhed, der står overfor mange muligheder mht. hvordan brandet kan udvikles. Jeg mener at Ivan Grundahl har været en af de ...
  • Noë, Elisabeth (2015-05-13)
    For the specialisation exam, I would like to dig into the relevance of fashion design with an eye on the anti-fashion trend, described by Lidewij Edelkoort in the trend book for autumn/ winter 2016-2017. As a sustainable ...
  • Buch, Agnes (2015-05-13)
    In a world that seems so occupied with (over)consuming fashion and ‘here and now’ trends, I found it interesting to do the complete opposite. Taking a step back to observe where it all started and where we came from. Looking ...
  • Gales, Jeremy (2015-05-13)
    Western Europe is becoming increasingly globalised, with the extrapolations of colonialism (reverse migration patterns) and free flow of information (internet). What was collectively ‘relevant’ and easily transmittable in ...
  • Axelsen, Maria (2015-05-13)
    When working as a freelance, you are very dependant on acquiring new customers and the visual online identity is the first impression potential clients will get. When fashion companies searches for a pattern maker they ...
  • Wife, Lisa (2015-05-13)
    A shop that triggered my curiosity is ‘Nukuhiva’, a fashion store with trendy, stylish fair trade and sustainable fashion in the Netherlands (Amsterdam and Utrecht). The founder, Floortje Dessing travelled the world and ...
  • Drozd, Agata (2015-05-13)
    Defining what is relevant in communicating sustainability can be differ from person to person. For me relevance refers to something meaningful and purposeful that brings effectiveness. Dainty et al. says that effective ...
  • de Bever, Elizabeth (2015-05-13)
    Eco Femme is producing a relevant product, but in order to strenghten this profile in a country as big as India, Eco Femme has to expand. Nowadays they help 200-300 Indian women and their goal for 2017 is 170.000 women. ...
  • Irmgard Klit, Mia (2015-05-13)
    Although the sales of organic foods and drinks are increasing it seems as if the cost aspect has a dominating influence on the organic choice. The moral experience might simply not be enough to make it preferable. According ...
  • Ivanova Sabeva, Aleksandrina (2015-05-13)
    Launching around 12,000 new designs a year ZARA’s warehouse is 5 million square feet, which facts speaks for the unthinkable production levels and the polluting environmental and social outcome of the company. Even though ...
  • Spindler Ditlevsen, Pernille (2015-05-13)
    The German discount store, Lidl, opened in January ‘15 the first sustainable constructed grocery store in Europe. The store, located in Valby, Denmark, is 100 percent sustainable – in its use of energy and construction. But ...
  • De Paula, Anelisa (2015-05-13)
    Looking at the word "relevance" and directing it to the point of view of strategies of companies where they want to attract customers to buy their products and retain their loyalty to the brand, the company has to offer a ...
  • BerniceSteinmetz, Frederikke (2015-05-13)
    By having the main problem statement: ‘’How can fashion companies decrease the risk of subcontracting and how relevant is it for them to integrate their suppliers into their company?” will help to look closely into how ...
  • Frey Jensen, Agnes (2015-05-13)
    When we live in a more globalized world, where the access to knowledge is just a click of a button away, people can gain information about good or bad in an instant. It can be difficult to for a company to give relevant ...
  • Jean Hempel Seliger, Dina (2015-05-13)
    When working in a fashion company, and dealing with daily contact across borders, the difficulties can be trust problems towards suppliers, as the parts involved only communicate by mail or phone. The trust issues will be ...
  • Wunder, Madeline (2015-05-13)
    The garment industry is very complex. Especially huge companies have often no idea where exactly their products come from, due to the fact that their suppliers/ agents give orders further to sub-suppliers (‚Made in ...
  • Cipolletta, Sabrina (2015-05-13)
    More and more companies try to improve their social and environmental impact of their activities by applying CSR initiatives, mainly because it will improve the brands reputation and refresh their business ethics. Hence, ...

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