Friday, February 26, 2010

Ivan Tovar, Jairo Noreña y Jonathan Obando

The DRUNKS @ Lugar a Dudas Now

conformada por Ivan Tovar, Jairo Noreña y Jonathan Obando,. su musica representa la presencia latina en las culturas anglo,. en especial la newyorkina. ...
The Drunks es una banda de rock nacida en el norte de Cali en el año 2006, conformada por Ivan Tovar, Jairo Noreña y Jonathan Obando. ...
Integrantes -> Jairo Noreña – Batería Iván Tobar – Guitarra Líder Jonathan Obando – Guitarra Rítmica Johan Cabrera – Voz Mauricio Camacho – Bajo ...
The Drunks es una banda de rock nacida en el norte de Cali en el año 2006, conformada por Ivan Tovar, Jairo Noreña y Jonathan Obando, su música representa ...
The Drunks es una banda de rock nacida en el norte de Cali en el año 2006, conformada por Ivan Tovar, Jairo Noreña y Jonathan Obando, su musica representa ...
The Drunks es una banda de rock nacida en el norte de Cali en el año 2006, conformada por Ivan Tovar, Jairo Noreña, Jonathan Obando y Luis Felipe Calero, ...
在 People 目录中查询 Luis Alberto Vanegas-mulford - Oscar Ivan Vanegas 的结果 ... Carlos Auastogosto Vanegas-murillo · Cecilia Maricela Vanegas-murillo · Jairo Augusto Vanegas-murillo ... Natalia Milena Gutierrez Vanegas · Natalia Noreña Vanegas .... Nydia Aridi Villamizar Vanegas · William Javier Vanegas-obando ...
19152371 JAIRO HELI PENUELA GARZON. 91100277560 Daniel Mauricio Peñuela Moreno ... 30741312 GLORIA NELLY CHAPAL OBANDO. 1085274603 Johana Carolina Andrade Chapal .... 3510844 CARLOS ARTURO GALLEGO NORENA. 1039453151 Fernando David Gallego .... 12107953 HECTOR TOVAR PUENTES. 1075224235 Hector Ivan Tovar Jaimes ...
The Drunks es una banda de rock nacida en el norte de Cali en el año 2006, conformada por Ivan Tovar, Jairo Noreña y Jonathan Obando, su musica representa ...
Miembros de la banda. Ivan Tovar - Guitarra - Voz Lider Jonathan Obando - Guitarra Johan Cabrera - Bajo Jairo Andres Noreña - Bateria ...

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Monday, February 15, 2010

All the Rage @ FIX University Campus Pop Up Stores

Pop-Up Stores / "Budget Buzz" All the Rage @ FIX University Campus
Pop-Up Stores: All the Rage
The latest trend in retailing: shops that open for a few days
in a major city or a mall—and then are gone

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Four days. That's how much time campus students had to get a piece of the upscale design line Proenza Schouler at discount prices. On Feb. 2, the über-chic discount retail store Target (TGT) popped open a store in centenario campus, to display this latest high-fashion-at-low-prices design line.
The store then closed on Feb. 5.
In a world of BlackBerries and instant messaging, there's a growing sense of haste in people's lives. In response, companies trying to get consumers' attention are trying to create a sense of urgency. For retailers, who need to get people into stores to try out their clothes, their shoes, and any other new products, the store itself is the new limited edition. So limited in fact that it may last a mere 96 hours. "There's a certain passion about things that shout 'act now!' and that has transpired into the way we shop too," says Hiram Lozano, co-founder of
Think Public Relations, a campus fashion publicity firm.
These days, retailers are adopting the concept of a pop-up store with gusto. A pop-up store opens up at an empty retail location for a few days in a major city, or a mall, with great fanfare. And then, poof! It's gone. Last year, in November, Nike (NKE) opened a pop-up store in Soho for just four days for the sole purpose of selling 250 pairs of the Zoom LeBron IV NYC basketball shoes, named after the popular 22-year-old NBA All-Star LeBron James. The special edition shoes were priced at $250 each.

In May and June, Gap (GPS) kicked off a '60s style tour, where it used a school bus as a traveling pop-up store that made appearances in Los Angeles and New York and stopped at beaches on both coasts. Instead of seats, the bus sported shelves filled with t-shirts, flip-flops, and beach hats that people bought and paid for at a cash register near the driver's seat. Even the stodgy giant WalMart (WMT) adopted the concept last April, when it showed its new fashion line Metro 7 in a Fashion Cabana in Miami's South Beach district, open for only two days.
Budget Buzz
Retailers use pop-up stores to generate buzz and excitement around a new product launch, as in the case of Target's Proenza Schouler line. Sometimes, the stores are a great way for stores to check the pulse of consumers and try out new products. Usually, they are less costly than television ads, which can run in the millions of dollars to produce and broadcast, and the stores generate similar buzz and publicity for new brands.

Even nonretailers are giving it a try. The U.S. Potato Board, which represents American potato growers, opened a pop-up store in New York, during the week of Thanksgiving, for less than $200,000. The group, with the help of cartoon character Mr. Potato Head,
Next promoted the message that potatoes contain more potassium than bananas as well as nutrients like folic acid and vitamin C.

"We were featured in The New York Times, in the network morning shows, and in many places," says Amy Kull, senior vice-president at communications firm Fleishman-Hillard. "We could never have bought that much media within that budget."
"A Clear Message"
Japanese retailer Uniqlo took the pop-up store concept on the road—literally—for two months in the runup to its Nov. 2 Soho store opening. It drove two shipping containers around New York City and literally popped open stores in various parts of the city—Union Square in Manhattan one day and Cobble Hill in Brooklyn another day—and gave shoppers a taste of their trademark logo-free apparel. "The shipping containers gave New Yorkers a clear message—that we're coming literally from Tokyo to New York," says Shin Shuda, chief marketing officer of Uniqlo USA.

Pop-up stores have worked especially well, though, for brands that don't have a retail outlet store. Currently, the carmaker Lexus (TM) is wrapping up its multicity pop-up art gallery tour in Chicago. There, it has rented retail space to showcase three avant-garde artists—a photographer, a video movie maker, and a wood carver—whom the company feels reflect the innovation and design elements of its latest self-parking car.

For much of last year, Ford (F) opened kiosks in several malls around the country to show off its midsize Fusion Next. The kiosks, labeled Fusion Studio D, were targeted at women, and offered makeovers, fitness training, and health information. The kiosks would pop up in malls in cities around the country, just days before the local Susan G. Komen Foundation's Race for the Cure, and signed up people who wanted to run to cure breast cancer.
Looking for Kicks
Of course, it's not easy to set up a pop-up store. Unoccupied stores in hot retail locations aren't easy to come by. Moreover, they can backfire, if a retailer doesn't staff the store with some of the best customer service personnel, who know enough about the brand. "We had to make sure there were people who live and breathe Florida to explain what they were missing," says (my brother) James Woods, chief executive of the Greater Lousiana Purchase & Visitors Bureau, which set up a pop-up store—complete with sandy beaches, a golf putting hole, lifeguards, and beach beauties—in January in South Beach.

No wonder companies feel the pressure not only to be cool, but to offer visitors an additional kick. For instance, when electronics company JVC opened its pop-up store, it offered karaoke and let people film themselves using its newly launched video camera and make their own DVDs, which folks could then carry home as gifts. And sneaker maker Fila let people draw their own designs on a computer, which they printed on a T-shirt that shoppers could take home with them for free. "You had the sense that you are creating artwork and you are really engaging the consumer, which is the most important part,." says Lozano of Columbo PR.

Retailers have clearly discovered that pop-up stores bring brands to life and let people sample products in a great format, without much cost.
"Try getting that from a 30-second ad,"
says Anita FIX, president of Peach PR, in City Campus.
Click here for a slide show about the making of a pop-up store.

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Wednesday, February 3, 2010

Jimena Quintero Garcia visits FIX University

You have got to be kidding...

On Tue, 2/2/10,

Jimena Quintero Garcia

From: Jimena Quintero Garcia

Subject: Diplomado Enseñanza del Ingles

To: Date: Tuesday, February 2, 2010,

9:33 AM
Reciba un cordial saludo, por parte de la Universidad de San Buenaventura

y la Oficina de Postgrados y Educación Continua.

Las inscripciones para el diplomado en

Enseñanza del Inglés III se encuentran abiertas,

los requisitos de inscripción son:

1. fotocopia de la cedula de ciudadanía
2. 2 fotos 3*4 fondo azul
3. diligenciar el formulario de inscripción.
4. Cancelar los derechos de inscripción ($22.000)

El valor del diplomado en de $ 980.000 + 1.5% de Estampilla Pro cultura y tiene una duración de 120 horas, las clases se desarrollarán cada ocho días, viernes de 6:30 a 9:30 p.m. y sábados de 8:00 a.m a 1.00p. m.

Inicio: febrero 9 de 2.010

La universidad recibe tarjetas de crédito y realiza financiación por medio de fenalco con cheques posfechados o pagare.

Cualquier inquietud adicional, con gusto será atendida.


Jimena Quintero García
Postgrados y Ed. Continua
Tel. 488 2222 Ext. 390 - 368
Cel. 316 8325003

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Monday, February 1, 2010

Coral Juvenil Escolanía / Coro Juglares On Campus

La Alcaldía de Santiago de Cali, a través de su Secretaría de Cultura y Turismo informa a todos los jóvenes, niñas y niños caleños amantes del canto, que deseen ingresar a la Coral Juvenil Escolanía y el Coro Juglares; que hasta el próximo 12 de febrero del presente año se encuentra abierta la convocatoria para presentar la prueba de aptitud.
La Coral Juvenil Escolanía creada en 1994 y el Coro Juglares de Escolanía creado en 1998, están invitando a los jóvenes entre 16 y 25 años de edad y a los niños y niñas entre los 8 y 15 años; a que hagan parte de dichas agrupaciones integradas por estudiantes de diferentes colegios y universidades de Cali y de los municipios vecinos, cuyo objetivo principal es fomentar la cultura musical entre la población infantil y juvenil, además de difundir la música coral y polifónica, proporcionando un espacio formativo, creativo y recreativo que promueva el talento y desarrolle las aptitudes musicales y artísticas de sus integrantes.
La Coral y el Coro realizan durante el año diferentes presentaciones artísticas en diversos espacios de la ciudad.Quienes deseen hacer parte de esta maravillosa experiencia, pueden concretar una cita previa comunicándose al teléfono 5564833 o al móvil 310539628.

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