Lori Senecal is a New York based businesswoman, CEO and director. Her interests range from technology to photography. Senecal is also fascinated by politics, entrepreneurship, and business. Over the course of Lori’s career, she has developed strategic partnerships, established new business units, and accelerated worldwide agency growth. She has also headed many blue chip global corporations that comprise Coca-Cola, BMW, and Nestle. Presently, she is the Global CEO for CP+B’s international growth and expansion. Senecal coordinates the company’s nine global offices and concentrates on CP+B’s continued global development.
CP+B announced Lori’s appointment as global CEO in March 2015. Lori noted that it was a great honor to work with Chuck Porter alongside the entire CP+B’s executive team. Over the years, Lori has established a truly modern international agency that is collaborative and inventive. Senecal’s guidance and focus on talent has stimulated CP+B’s development and growth across diverse disciplines and locations (http://www.campaignlive.com/article/cp+b-opens-shop-beijing/1408916). Recently, Advertising Age recognized the corporation as the Creativity Innovators of the Year. Lori Senecal was announced as one of the four Agency Executives to Watch in 2016.
Previously, she worked for MDC Partner Network as the CEO and president. Senecal was responsible for collaborating with MDC’s partner agencies, reports salary.com, driving the company’s strategic vision, and deepening the corporation’s unique model. She played an imperative role of developing innovative services that fueled the company’s growth. In addition, she enhanced collaborations across the network. Formerly, Lori was the global chairman and chief executive officer of kbs+. Through her transformative leadership skills, the company was able to grow from a 250 person nationwide agency to an international corporation having a workforce of over 900 employees. Notably, Crain named the institution as one of the Best Places to work in New York. For three successive years, Kbs+ was on the Standout Agencies list drafted by Advertising Age. Additionally, Lori Senecal served as the president of McCann Ericson’s main office in New York. Moreover, she worked for McCann Worldgroup as the global chief innovation officer. Lori helped to expand the company’s service offing and market share.
In 2014, Ad Week announced her as one of the Women to Watch. She was also recognized at the AWNY Game Changer Awards. Lori received a Quantum Leap award for her visionary leadership and innovation. Moreover, Lori is a member of the board of directors for the Ad Council. She has also served as a Jury Chair for the Isaac Awards that recognizes great inventions in the industry.
According to statistics, a quarter of the e-commerce fashion market belongs to Amazon. However, a strong rival for the company has emerged which is no other than Kate Hudson’s Fabletics. Just in a short period of three years, Fabletics has transformed into a multimillion dollar business. There are only two things which brought this success: activewear and reverse showroom technique. Customers’ favorite brands and membership combine to generate sales.
There was a time when high-value brands were known for their quality and price. Things have changed now, and the old strategy does not work anymore. Now brands require popularity, awesome service, gaming effects, friendly customer service, and unique designs to keep things going. Fabletics is doing all that which has made it as good as Warby Parker and Apple. Fabletics has more than a dozen stores all over the US, and a new one will open soon.
According to General Manager of Fabletics, modern and reimagined version of the high-value brand is what Fabletics is developing from day one. He further said that membership mode allows the company to offer tailored service and newest fashion trends at lower prices. Companies can make customers happy when they know customers’ choice.
Other businesses are not getting success. People explore the stores but buy products from other places where prices are low. The strategy of Fabletics is the opposite. The company made browsing a positive thing and worked on building relationships with its customers. Avoiding the use of pop-up store was to become more reliable for customers. Fabletics took its time to understand the local markets by attending events and activities. The results were great. Half of the people entering Fabletics’s stores were members, and a quarter more became members there. A clothing article goes into the shopping cart of the customer while she is trying it. Fabletics wants customers to enjoy the freedom to buy products from where ever they like. It is why the company made retail a separate service.
Another great thing about Fabletics is to show the correct information about products in both physical and digital forms. Customers like that company which provides them the right information. Digital information is helpful to decide which item should be placed at the store because trends and tastes keep changing. Fabletics collects this information from sales activity, social media, membership preferences, and store heat-mapping.
Customers have very good reviews about Fabletics. One of them is a blogger named Teri Hutcheon. According to her, the experience with Fabletics is awesome. When she joined the Fabletics, it began with taking a survey which was about the types of workouts she used to do. The survey also asked what type of outfits does she likes. Every month, a workout outfit is selected for the member. The selected outfit is according to the information provided in that survey. Tori said that the quality was much higher than she expected. There is a wide range of styles which include fun items. The value is solid considering what one gets for around fifty dollars. The website is easy to use, and the customer service is fairly good.
In the recent years, Ohio Housing Market was glad to announce growth in its sales since the year 2005. The sales rose by an estimate of 7.5% in the Statewide Home purchase while in North Ohio the sales rose by almost 8% based on previous listings.
Peter Kopf a realtor and Statewide Trade Groups President pointed out that indeed it was a wonderful year for Ohio Housing Market as they recorded gains in sales and prices as well. Even though North Ohio posted year over deadlines, December 2016 sales rose by 2.8 percent compared to 2015. Average sales for the market was at 4.85 compared to the previous sales.
However, the National Association of Realtors were concerned about the price growth and supply shortages in its Tuesday report. The report focused mainly on the average sales of existing homes in the market which ended at 7% compared to previous markets.
An existing home in U.S middle class was 232,200 dollars, 4% up from the previous year. The success of the housing market has been to solid job creation and low mortgages rates. In the previous month, raising mortgage rates had threatened the housing market. Potential buyers did not wish to buy homes and the market had not anticipated the surge. The average rate for a 30-year fixed rate mortgage was at 4.09 percent while a 15 year fixed rate loan was 3.34 percent.
The recent U.S Presidential election caused a surge in the housing market though this has stabilized. Buyers are all eagerly waiting to buy newly listed homes though there are very few homes to satisfy the demand. Based on the numbers given in December, the nation has a 3.6 month supply of available houses.
Ohio Real Estate Agent Tammy Mazzocco attributes the success of Ohio Housing Market to setting goals and knowing what needs to be done each day, week and month. Tammy Mazzocco became a licensed realtor in 1995 and began her career as a secretary with The Edwards Realty Company. Tammy Mazzocco is keen to note that the success of the business also lies in owning the clients’ investments.