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    cosmetics
  • A product applied to the body, esp. the face, to improve its appearance
  • (cosmetic) a toiletry designed to beautify the body
  • (cosmetic) serving an esthetic rather than a useful purpose; "cosmetic fenders on cars"; "the buildings were utilitarian rather than decorative"
  • Cosmetics are substances used to enhance the appearance or odor of the human body. Cosmetics include skin-care creams, lotions, powders, perfumes, lipsticks, fingernail and toe nail polish, eye and facial makeup, permanent waves, colored contact lenses, hair colors, hair sprays and gels,
    high end
  • In economics, a luxury good is a good for which demand increases more than proportionally as income rises, in contrast to a "necessity good", for which demand is not related to income.
  • Denoting the most expensive of a range of products
  • (High Ends) A misalignment of can body edges equal to 1/32" or more.
  • Most sophisticated or expensive; Appealing to sophisticated or discerning tastes
    discount
  • give a reduction in price on; "I never discount these books-they sell like hot cakes"
  • dismiss: bar from attention or consideration; "She dismissed his advances"
  • the act of reducing the selling price of merchandise
  • A deduction from the usual cost of something, typically given for prompt or advance payment or to a special category of buyers
  • A percentage deducted from the face value of a bill of exchange or promissory note when it changes hands before the due date
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Parables of recession
Parables of recession
I listened intently to a radio programme a few days ago, which described the after effects of the Burmese typhoon and the plight of the delta people. The vital three weeks in which the Government resisted global aid were regarded as a tragedy by the horrified world and yet when the aid workers arrived, the death and disease rate was far lower then expected. Why? Because the people of the Irrawaddy Delta have co-existed with nature and without subsidy for generations and so they knew how to adapt and survive to a sudden change in environment. When visiting the leprosy community of Bukumbi in North West Tanzania earlier this year, I was moved by the work that Bridge2Aid have done herein bringing basic supplies to a previously abandoned community. We watched as food was distributed to the residents, a bowl of dried fish, some vegetables, butter and rice. Each of the community then carefully separated and collated their food the lady in the photograph is carefully removing fins and tails from each little fish in her bowl. Supplies are scarce and care is essential. I suppose Im contrasting both of these with our want it now abundance community and counting my blessings as I always do when I think of Africa. My thoughts have been stimulated by the panic buying we have seen in recent weeks as the recession begins to take hold. The media are doing a predictable job of prophesying doom by Christmas and yet at the same time attempting to quell short-term panic. Im not quite sure how that works. Utility bills are going to rise by 40% - but dont panic at the pumps? As far as dentistry is concerned (doesnt that sound shallow considering the above?) as far as dentistry is concerned, we have to prepare for a period of downturn in sales to those demographics who are vulnerable. The cosmetic dentists treating the over 50s and the orthodontists are telling me that the queues are as long as ever. The 25-35 and family practices are talking to me about gappy books, delayed treatment and increased FTA rates for hygiene and higher value treatment. Whichever demographic you serve, Id like to remind you of the Old Testament parable of Joseph and his advice to store grain when it was in abundance. I suspect that a dental 7 years of famine is on the way for those who havent adapted to 21st century market conditions. The way to encourage new patient flow and to ensure the continuing support of your existing clients is to decide which end of the retail high street you want to occupy. Its a street that has two different types of store at opposite ends. Theres the discount end where every store is trying to beat down its neighbour by reducing the price of a commodity. And theres the added-value end where the stores are attempting to win customer loyalty by improving the value of the offer they make. As a sage once said there is always going to someone who will make and sell a crown cheaper then you can and thats currently being proved before our eyes, with the arrival of clinically excellent work from overseas. So reducing prices is never going to be anything other than a short-term solution the players in the discount market are usually competing until the last one is standing. But adding value can cement your existing relationships and attract the new. In dentistry you can add value by offering free new patient consultations. Id rather a client did it for free (positive) than discounted 50% (negative and perceived as desperation). In dentistry you can add value by offering free home whitening if the patient joins your membership scheme (and stays). In dentistry you can offer points and prizes. If Waterstones can offer me 3 for 2 on book purchases (and triple points for a few weeks only) I dont think they are going bust, I just think they are trying harder for my business. Same goes for DFS, who want to sell me half a sofa and then give the other half free? Or the mobile phone company who want to give me ?100 for my old handset and iphone who want to give me a second generation unit so long as my monthly tariff is high enough. Innovative, loyalty-based marketing is where its at now. Im still waiting for the first practice to introduce a valuable loyalty card points, after all, make prizes. So my message is for you to revisit your current marketing strategy and ask yourself how you can introduce bold and exciting new added value offers that will attract me to your door. And at the same time, spare a thought for those who have to exist on so much less. I believe we will have to learn much from them.
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So, say you have a electrical gang-box that needs upgrading, located behind some wooden panelling that ends about 10 inches below the box with no obstructions. Do you: a) Remove the old box, slightly enlarge the wall opening to accomodate the dimensions of the new box, and push a new flush-mounted box into the panelling in the place where you want to install it, snaking the wiring up under the panelling to the box? or b) Say, "Screw that", and simply take a Sawz-All to the (original, probably irreplacable) panelling so that now there's all the space in the world to install a stud-mounted box? Guess which option my electrical contractors chose? The really annoying thing is that a different crew on Monday installed a brand new double gang-box outlet in the wall under my computer table, having to cut a new hole for it through the exact same type of panelling and run wire from under the subfloor, and they did an awesome job. In a place where no one's likely to notice it. As opposed to this box, which is in the most visually-prominent spot in the kitchen. Grr. So if you were me, what would you be demanding from the contractor right now? - Repair? I don't know if it can be repaired without looking like an obvious patch - and besides, the section they took out is unusable and I don't know if it's possible to find matching replacement panelling (this stuff's 50 years old). - Ask for a discount - which does nothing to fix the cosmetic problem? Or get a quote from a remodelling contractor and ask that the electrician pay for it? - Have the Corian countertop backsplash run high enough to cover the damage? That would probably look silly. I'm stumped. Suggestions?

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