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為了這個計畫,爸爸特地為我安排一個他信任的人來負責暖爐部分的設計.
這個人算是爸爸的老朋友了,幾年前也曾在我們公司做過
聽爸爸說他設計的能力不錯
 
這幾天會談除了向他解釋暖爐桌是什麼以外
他也給了我很珍貴的意見:
 
"暖爐桌在台灣是個新新市場,所以不要只強調暖爐這個功能
一開始要注重的是包裝桌子,怎樣讓消費者一看到就想買
不管這個桌子有什麼功能,這樣才能降低風險"
 
我的想法則很簡單,要製造一股暖爐桌的流行
讓年輕人在買和室桌的時候,會捨棄傳統的,而買暖爐桌
 
當然,價錢也是個非常重要的因素
就算是我透過網路開始了暖爐桌的流行
但只要任何一間公司找大陸來製造暖爐桌的話
我們就不用玩了~~
 
剛剛在翻閱家樂福的廣告時,腦海裡不斷的想...
怎麼樣的桌子會讓年輕人為之瘋狂呢??
這時..我親愛年輕美麗的媽咪說了一句話..... <請待下回分曉 (狂笑)>
 


回Tray :

如果賣得沒虧錢,一定會免費送貨到府的啦~

謝謝妳寶貴的意見阿!! 很多是我還沒想到的!

 

回ㄚ先生:

分析的好清楚,真不虧是台揚資深簡報員

多謝啦! 我全部會納入我们的規格內

 

ㄚ葛:

台灣應該不算太冷

不過我是個極度怕冷的人

所以非常討厭冬天....

 

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兩位美女合唱的歌
 
怎麼說呢?旋律好人美歌聲優......不廢話聽完後再評論吧!
 
 

 


回ㄚ堡:

我..我以為都是女的耶... 應該是有胸部的呀~~

 


回ㄚ堡 part 2:

要看人家是男是女當然要看胸部呀....

不....不然要看哪裡

"那裡"唷?!

 

(我指的是喉結...)

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新聞上有說:依交通部決定,若消費者捧場意願低,致使遠通電收未能在上路三個月內將使用率拉到4%,等於每天有6萬輛次使用電子收費,將被取消一個電子收費車道;上路一年內未達16.3%,則每天罰款50萬元。 

                                                                                                                                                    
所以請大家千萬不要裝,等到時間到了,遠通會跪著求你裝的!!     

                                                                                                                                 
遠東電收一口氣把OBU降價為680元,但只限20萬部,誠意不足,分明是想砸點小錢來通過使用率的門檻。(說不定是小賺,天曉得!!)然而可能有不少人開始心動,在購買之前,請先花幾分鐘先思考一下,整個服務收費是否合理...

除了之前吵得不可開交的OBU價格,雖然爭議目前停下來,但這只是遠通的略施小惠,遠通電收ETC還有許多不合理的收費,整理如下:                              
(1) 購買卡片時需要押金 200 元,悠遊卡的押金才 100 元,押金明顯偏高。而且更過份是退卡還要「手續費」50 元(第一次聽到退卡還要手續費,莫名奇妙!!)        

                                
遠東電收光光賣卡片除了可以享受到巨額押金所帶來的的利息、投資收益外,每張還淨賺 50 元,這種錢他們也賺得下去。        

                                                                                                                
(2) 儲值時規定每次最低金額為 500 元,若平常很少上高速公路,久久用一次的話,卻被強迫存 500 元以上至卡內,實在不合理,而且也增加卡片遺失的風險。然而高額儲值金卻肥了遠通電收,因為遠通有更充裕的資金可以玩! 另外最令我生氣的是,每次儲值竟要收 7 元,拿白花花銀子去儲值還要收手續費,道理何在!!           

 

(3) ETC 每次的過路通行費是 40 元,目前 100 張的回數票為 3 8 元,大家都了解人力成本是最昂貴的,38 元的通行費已經可以支付目前以人力收費的方式,然而用機器收費金額卻高於 38 元,這又是另一項不合理之處。千萬別小看這 2 元,差異已經達到了 5 %。                                                             
                                                                                                                                                    
建置 ETC 無非是增加效率、降低成本,然而所帶來的利益並未讓消費者同享,反而讓遠通電收獨佔,試問如此合理嗎??                                            

                                
請問,目前有哪一家服務業敢訂出這麼苛刻的條件,因為獨佔市場,遠通電收就敢這樣搞,受害的就是我們可憐的消費者,又沒有政府做後盾。我們能做的就是一同『抵制拒用』,強迫把不合理規定一一消除,才能打擊這種跋扈的財團囂張的氣焰。如果遠通這樣惡搞也能賺大錢,以後的眾多財團想必也會起而效尤,社會上不公不義的事已經很多了,真心希望能夠再少一件。

 

如果你也認同以上我的觀點,請繼續一同抵制,如果親朋好友有人想裝,也請加以勸阻....

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這是今年在101的煙火秀喔
真的是好壯觀阿
http://myweb.hinet.net/home12/dvworld/video/newyear.wmv
我明年要親眼去看~~~
好不好阿...?
 

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很不錯的文章,分享給大家... especially Stanley學長! ^^
 

 
6 Tips To Shock Your Global Customers: It Works for Madonna!
by Laurel Delaney
April 2, 2002
 
A December 2001 study by Forrester Research predicts that global online trade will swell to $12.8 trillion by 2006, with North America leading the charge. That's nothing to sneeze at. What if you woke up one morning and decided that you would do anything to sell your product or service in the online global marketplace? Whatever it takes. No exceptions. How far are you willing to go?
 
Take your cue from Madonna. Highly photogenic but not conventionally beautiful, she started out with a package of catchy dance-club pop tunes and crisp concert choreography, just like a thousand other acts. But she didn't stop there. She exposed her navel, wore underwear as outerwear, took off her clothes for the camera, and made her private life very, very public. She teased her audience with hints and rumors of scandalous affairs: with the opposite sex, with the same sex, with movie stars and rock stars. She SHOCKED HER CUSTOMERS -- and kept them coming back for more. Twenty-plus years after her debut, Madonna -- sultry entertainer, movie diva and mother of two kids -- continues to redefine herself. She is the queen of creativity and a global marketing phenomenon.
 
Global marketers can learn from Madonna without going to the same extremes. There are lots of little ways to shock your customers and make them take notice of you and your product, online or off. All it takes is a little spontaneity and determination.
 
6 Tips To Shock Your Global Customers
1. Show them your superior quality control. On the morning that my first sale to an Australian client was ready for loading, I got up early and drove to the plant, 35mm camera in tow. I took a number of digital photos of the hand-loading of the product. I thought this would be an excellent way to monitor procedures, show interest and demonstrate that everything was handled with care. I e-mailed the pictures off to the customer so that they would arrive before the goods. He immediately e-mailed back to say that he had never had a supplier go to such trouble to ensure safe handling of his merchandise. SHOCK YOUR CUSTOMER. Do something better than any of your competitors, and make sure your customer knows it.
 
2. Beat the odds and be there. A Japanese customer visited me in Chicago and asked me to accompany him on a tour of a supplier's facilities in Boston -- on a day's notice. It's standard procedure to accompany your customer to the supplier's plant, so I immediately got online to get tickets for myself. Lo and behold, there were no seats to be had! My customer said it was not a problem, and that he would make the trip alone. Then I checked another site and found that they had a red-eye at 4 a.m. I booked the flight, but decided not to tell the customer. I arrived at the plant much, much earlier than his appointment time. You should have seen the look on his face when he showed up! He thought I had to be too good to be true. We've been in business ever since. SHOCK YOUR CUSTOMER. Take extraordinary measures to demonstrate your commitment and professionalism, and they'll be back for more.
 
3. Stay cool and go with the flow. On my last visit to Japan, a prospective customer picked me up in his motorcar, a vehicle very much like a slow-moving motorcycle. It turned out that he didn't know I was a woman, and he looked a little dismayed when he saw me in my business suit and high heels. I didn't hesitate. I jumped right on and smoothed over the awkwardness by making polite chat about the weather. That man is now a regular customer, and trusts my business advice implicitly. SHOCK YOUR CUSTOMER. Be understanding and adaptable, and don't let inevitable embarrassments and misunderstandings get in the way of building a business relationship.
 
4. A Journey of a thousand miles begins with a good map. When leaving for an appointment with a prospective customer in China, I went to the hotel concierge for directions on how to get there by train. I took a cab to the station, took one train for awhile, changed to another, got off and walked for a mile or so before picking up a cab for the rest of the trip. It took about two and a half hours. When I finally arrived, a bit rumpled but nonetheless on time, my customer asked how I'd gotten there. I told him, and to my surprise he responded, "So you've visited China many times?" "No," I told him, "this is my first trip." He was immediately impressed. It hadn't occurred to me, but I suppose he's right: How many people let the problem of "getting around" get in the way of foreign travel, to say nothing of conducting foreign business? If you head overseas determined to carry out your business itinerary and to work out the ways and means as needed, you will demonstrate competence and sophistication. SHOCK YOUR CUSTOMER. Act with assurance wherever you go, and you'll win their confidence, too.
 
5. Court your customer until they say yes. At my first meeting with the president of a major Korean importing wholesale company, I showed him my product line. After that, every time he came to Chicago to attend a food show, I met with him and showed him my product line. Sometimes we held formal meetings, sometimes we took Wendella boat tours. Sometimes we talked business, sometimes we didn't. I cultivated this relationship for six years without a single order. Then one day he called quite unexpectedly, on a day when I was booked solid for the whole day and well into the evening. I left a message indicating that we could meet in the lobby of his hotel and at least have a brief talk about whatever was on his mind. At that meeting, he placed his first order. There are no shortcuts to developing professional trust. SHOCK YOUR CUSTOMER. Let them see that you're in it for the long haul, and that they're worth the wait.
 
6. Make a consistent practice of going above and beyond customer expectations. If you do, you may find that your customers will begin to SHOCK YOU. A customer in the U.K. with whom I've been dealing for about five years recently e-mailed me an order for a product that I don't even handle. Completely bewildered, I e-mailed back, saying that there must be some mistake. He replied, "There is no mistake. I want you to take care of this because I don't know the supplier and I trust you to conduct this business properly. Take your usual percentage. After your last shipment, you shocked me when I got your e-mail a week later asking if there was anything you could do to assist my marketing for the product. I will never forget this. Most American suppliers don't communicate with us after the sale unless we place another order, but you were different."
 
SHOCK GLOBAL MARKETING is about being different -- about taking outrageous action above and beyond what's expected to stand out from the crowd. Showing your respect and commitment to your customers will benefit both of you far into the future.
 

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輸入地址~ 地圖馬上呈現出來喔!!
 
http://www.urmap.com/SearchEngine/
 
只要輸入您所需要的地址,地圖馬上呈現出來,超好用的,試一試便知道!
 
有分電子地圖、衛星影像還有衛星地圖。
 
還會顯示Taipei Walker介紹過的餐廳地點跟詳細資訊唷~~
 
可惜沒有台中的..

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