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How to Execute a Product Drop

In this fifth installment of a series drawn from PSFK and PCH's join research report, The Art of the Drop, we break down the second stage of a successful drop — the execution process
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How to Plan a Product Drop

In this fourth post in a series based on PSFK and PCH's joint research report, The Art of the Drop, we break down the first component of a successful drop — the planning stage
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How the Product Drop Model Can Explode Lockdown Limitations

In this second post in a series based on PSFK and PCH's joint research report, The Art of the Drop, we present top Covid-19 retail challenges paired with drop-model solutions
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The Making of the Product Drop

In this third post in a series based on PSFK and PCH's joint research report, The Art of the Drop, we detail PCH's strategy for helping brands and retailers carry out a successful product drop
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PSFK and PCH Present: The Art of the Drop

In this inaugural post in a series based on PCH and PSFK's Art of the Drop research report, we spotlight key drop strategies as well as supporting best-in-class examples of retailers carrying them out to inspire brands across verticals to leverage this hype-building tactic
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[New report] The Art Of The Drop

Streetwear brands have known for years that releasing limited-edition products through a time-restricted ‘drop’ is an excellent way to create a sense of urgency and excitement among fans. Now, this method of product launch has started to enter the mainstream, including the fashion world and beyond, and brands are increasingly favoring frequent drops instead of twice-yearly collections. Not only do drops generate excitement around exclusivity, but they also serve as a mechanism to establish a di...
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4th weekend of protests against police brutality planned

LOS ANGELES — Another weekend filled with protest marches and other actions denouncing police brutality is set for various parts of Los Angeles and Orange counties. Events planned for Saturday include: 7:45 a.m. – ECHO PARK – “Solidarity bike ride” from Echo Park Lake to Los Angeles City Hall, 200 N. Spring St. (@davidmluong) 9 a.m. – VENICE – “Paddle out for peace & unity at Breakwater (surf spot), in front of the Venice sign, Pacific and Windward avenues (@doahsdaydream, @bdazzle) 9:30 a.m....
Tags: Uncategorized, Los Angeles, Sport, Canada, Soccer, Glendale, Venice, Orange, Pacific, BLM, Pacific Coast Highway, Martin Luther King Jr, Malibu, Baldwin, Mission Street, Pico


Bad Religion’s Greg Graffin talks about the band’s 40 years of punk rock

This was set to be a big year for Bad Religion. The San Fernando Valley-based punk rock band had plans to commemorate its 40th anniversary, but the coronavirus global pandemic forced the cancellation of its 2020 global jaunt. As well, this year marks anniversaries for three of Bad Religion’s biggest albums: Its 1990 album “Against the Grain” turns 30, 2000’s “The New America” turns 20 and 2010’s “The Dissent of Man” celebrates its 10th anniversary. “We’ve always done something important in the y...
Tags: Music, La, Los Angeles, Sport, Neil Young, Things To Do, Soccer, Jesus, Elvis Costello, Cornell University, Ucla, Epitaph Records, Concerts, Todd Rundgren, Peter, Greg


Southern California counties failing state benchmarks to reopen economy further

Macy’s, Kohls and Nordstrom are sanitizing their stores and getting ready for customers as some of the nation’s businesses start to thaw after two months in a coronavirus deep Firefighters battle a Santa Ana wind-driven brush fire called the Thomas Fire on Dec.4, 2017 in the Santa Paula area of Ventura County. The fire exploded to 31,000 acres with zero percent containment overnight Monday into early Tuesday morning, according to Ventura County fire officials. December 4, 2017. (Photo by Gen...
Tags: Facebook, Nordstrom, Business, News, California, California News, Sport, Public Health, Soccer, Arizona, Nicole Richie, Long Beach, Ncaa, Napa, Orange County, Riverside County


Your Questions about Car Leasing Answered

Over the last five years car leasing has seen significant growth in the UK market for consumers. While PCP still dominates new car purchases, with around 80% share, PCH is growing at a faster rate and is the closest resemblance to a usership not ownership model synonymous with the future of mobility. But although car leasing equates to 1 in 10 purchases, there are still misconceptions about how it works. So, Hoe does car leasing works? Car leasing, or personal contract hire (PCH), is effectiv...
Tags: UK, Autos, PCH, Other News, Motor Exclusive Auto Industry News, Car Leasing


3 ways to experience Dine Out Long Beach, Restaurant & Cocktail Week

Dine Out Long Beach, Restaurant & Cocktail Week will bring seven days of meal deals and drink specials when it returns to the city for its fifth year Feb. 23-29. As part of the marketing event, dozens of restaurants all over Long Beach will offer prix fixe lunch and dinner menus running $10-$65 per meal. There’s going to be a lot of food and drinks to choose from, so to make it easier to decide which places to try out, here are three ways to experience Dine Out Long Beach, from checking out new ...
Tags: London, Restaurants, Sport, Things To Do, Soccer, Long Beach, Pacific Coast Highway, Antigua, Fuego, Duffy, Atlantic Ave, PCH, Marina Drive, Ocean Blvd, McGowen, Top Stories LBPT


Firefighters quickly extinguish house fire in Pacoima

Firefighters responded to a house fire in Pacoima and found one person outside the burning structure and learned about reports of gunshots fired prior to their arrival, authorities said. The fire was reported in the 11300 block of Dronfield Terrace, near Foothill and Van Nuys boulevards, about 10:45 p.m. Tuesday, said Nicholas Prange of the Los Angeles Fire Department. “Firefighters engaged in a transitional attack, extinguishing the outside flames first and working their way to an offensive int...
Tags: News, Australia, Fire, Los Angeles, Sport, Soccer, Port Of Los Angeles, Van Nuys, PCH, Pacoima, Los Angeles Fire Department, Foothill, Malibu Canyon Road, Prange, Top Stories LADN, Crime + Public Safety


Two fires in two nights for vacant Canoga Park home

CANOGA PARK — For the second time in two nights, firefighters extinguished a fire inside a vacant home Sunday in Canoga Park, according to the Los Angeles Fire Department. The blaze inside a one-story home at 21055 Ingomar St. was reported at 7:24 p.m., fire department spokesman Nicholas Prange said. Los Angeles firefighters work on a blaze Saturday, Jan. 18, 2020, at a vacant home on the 21000 block of Ingomar Street in Canoga Park. They returned Sunday to put out a second fire. (Photo by J...
Tags: News, Australia, Fire, Los Angeles, Sport, Soccer, Port Of Los Angeles, Local News, Los Angeles Daily News, PCH, Los Angeles Fire Department, Canoga Park, Malibu Canyon Road, Prange, Top Stories LADN, Crime + Public Safety


Parents open allergy-conscious Long Beach restaurant after sons’ food struggles

Pretty much everything Sidney and Steve Price did revolved around food. “Our whole life was eating and drinking, enjoying meals with family and friends,” Sidney says. And then their son Brixton was born. He was a preemie, a rashy baby. But it wasn’t until he was 10 months old that Sidney and Steve found themselves at the hospital, their baby engulfed in welts. Tests showed a severe milk allergy. Then a few months later, Sidney made Brixton toast with cashew butter and his throat started swelling...
Tags: Health, Food, News, Children, Sport, Soccer, Long Beach, Dining, Steve, San Pedro, Brixton, Mickey Mouse, Cooper, Centers for Disease Control, Sidney, Murrieta


Brush fire quickly extinguished along Malibu Canyon Road near Pacific Coast Highway

Firefighters quickly extinguished a small fire in the Malibu area that prompted brief lane closures Sunday, Jan. 5., but no structures were threatened and no people were harmed. The fire was reported at about 6:30 p.m. in an unincorporated area along Malibu Canyon Road, about 1.5 miles north of Pacific Coast Highway, Los Angeles County Fire Department spokesman Bernard Peters said. It scorched about 20 square feet of brush on a hillside before it was extinguished at about 7 p.m. Brush fire in M...
Tags: News, California, Fire, Sport, Soccer, Wildfires, California Highway Patrol, CHP, Local News, Pacific, Pacific Coast Highway, Malibu, Peters, LA County, PCH, Los Angeles County Sheriff s Department


Rocks, mud close Malibu Canyon Road in the Agoura Hills area

AGOURA HILLS — A rain-caused slide of mud and rocks on Sunday night closed Malibu Canyon Road about a mile south of the Malibu Canyon Tunnel in the Agoura Hills area, authorities said. The slide was reported at 7:17 p.m. on Malibu Canyon Road near Piuma Road, the California Highway Patrol said. A long-term closure was established at Francisco Ranch Road on the north and just south of the tunnel on the south, CHP Officer Tony Polizzi said. Caltrans was sending a supervisor and trucks to the slide...
Tags: Weather, News, Roads, Sport, Traffic, Soccer, California Highway Patrol, CalTrans, Local News, San Bernardino Mountains, Mulholland, Hollywood Boulevard, Agoura Hills, PCH, Tony Polizzi, Malibu Canyon Road


2ND & PCH is open for business — and Long Beach’s southeastern gateway is officially transformed

People walk along the shopping center after the ribbon-cutting ceremony for the grand opening of 2nd & PCH Shopping Center in Long Beach on Thursday, October 24, 2019. (Photo by Ana P. Garcia, Contributing Photographer) Councilwoman Suzie Price; Mayor Robert Garcia; John Paul Wardy, President/Co-Founder, CenterCal Properties; and Linda F. Tatum, FAICP, Director of Long Beach Development Services cut the ribbon for the grand opening of 2nd & PCH Shopping Center in Long Beach on Thursday, Octo...
Tags: UK, Yahoo, California, Los Angeles, Nike, Sport, Soccer, Long Beach, Bill, Athleta, Johnson, Orange County, Barry, King, Sephora, Ana


Long Beach’s 2ND & PCH opens for business Thursday amid lots of pomp, ceremony and music

Barricades will come down, shades will go up and cash registers will be ready to ring Thursday after dignitaries cut the ribbon at 2ND & PCH, the long anticipated and debated commercial center at the corner of Second Street and Pacific Coast Highway. Some of the stores and eateries at the 11-acre, two-story center still are a ways away from opening. But the center’s anchor, Whole Foods, is opening its 45,000-square-foot store on Wednesday, Oct. 23, and developer CenterCal officials promise plent...
Tags: Business, News, Sport, Things To Do, Soccer, Long Beach, Local News, Pacific Coast Highway, Barry, Warby Parker, Sephora, Holly, Shake Shack, PCH, Marina Drive, Shade Store


LA City Council orders study of $30 minimum wage for Uber, Lyft drivers

The Los Angeles City Council this week ordered a study into a proposal to set a $30 minimum wage for drivers for ride-share companies like Uber and Lyft. The move comes as a think tank, the Economic Policy Institute, determined that the average hourly wage of Uber drivers is $9.21. A UCLA Labor Center study aso found that a fifth of drivers in Los Angeles receive public assistance and 44% struggle with gas, insurance and maintenance expenses. The council on Tuesday voted to do an independent stu...
Tags: Transportation, Lyft, Uber, News, New York City, Los Angeles, City, Sport, Soccer, Local News, Los Angeles City Council, Valley, Burbank, Economic Policy Institute, Anaheim LA, PCH


How I Podcast: Broken Record’s Justin Richmond

The beauty of podcasting is that anyone can do it. It’s a rare medium that’s nearly as easy to make as it is to consume. And as such, no two people do it exactly the same way. There are a wealth of hardware and software solutions open to potential podcasters, so setups run the gamut from NPR studios to USB Skype rigs. We’ve asked some of our favorite podcast hosts and producers to highlight their workflows — the equipment and software they use to get the job done. The list so far includes: Crimi...
Tags: Podcasts, Entertainment, Alabama, Tech, Neil Young, Bob Dylan, New York Times, Italy, Podcasting, Michigan, Npr, Jack, Jack White, Detroit, Facetime, Richmond


Parts of Topanga Canyon Boulevard between the Valley and PCH are temporarily closing. Here’s why

LOS ANGELES — Beginning Monday night and for the next several days, roadway work will prompt overnight closures of parts of Topanga Canyon Boulevard between Pacific Coast Highway and Mulholland Drive. The overnight closures will generally begin about 11:30 p.m. and extend through 5 a.m. or 6 a.m. the following morning, according to Caltrans. Drivers can check traffic conditions by visiting the Caltrans Quickmap. The work, which is weather-permitting and subject to change, is part of a $2.9 milli...
Tags: Transportation, Los Angeles, Sport, Traffic, Soccer, Local News, Pacific Coast Highway, Valley, PCH, Top Stories LADN, Topanga Canyon Boulevard


$150 million Seal Beach naval project would change the way sea turtles travel to the ocean

NOAA biologist Jeff Seminoff, leader of the Marine Turtle Ecology and Assessment Program, examines the belly of an Eastern Pacific Green Sea Turtle in Seal Beach National Wildlife Refuge Seal Beach, CA, on Thursday, May 16, 2019. NOAA set up a net to catch and examine the sea turtles. Photographed under the authority of NMFS ESA Permit number 18238. (Photo by Jeff Gritchen, Orange County Register/SCNG) NOAA biologist Jeff Seminoff, leader of the Marine Turtle Ecology and Assessment Program, e...
Tags: News, Navy, Mexico, Environment, Los Angeles, Sport, Soccer, Military, Hawaii, Ocean, Community, Noaa, Pentagon, Pacific Coast Highway, Boeing, Trump


Man, woman in Lamborghini killed in collision with an SUV and a tree in Encino

ENCINO — A man and woman died when the Lamborghini they were riding in crashed into an SUV, then struck a tree and caught fire near the Sepulveda Basin Recreation Area in Encino on Wednesday night. The accident occurred at Burbank Boulevard and Hayvenhurst Avenue around 7:30 p.m., according to the Los Angeles Police Department. The vehicle was traveling eastbound on Burbank Boulevard at speeds over 100 mph when it struck an SUV, then slammed into a tree and caught fire, police said. The driver a...
Tags: News, Sport, Crash, Soccer, Athens, Local News, Malibu, Lamborghini, Los Angeles Police Department, Woodland Hills, PCH, Mission Hills, Hayvenhurst Avenue, Encino, Top Stories LADN, Burbank Boulevard


Vehicle collides with power pole in Woodland Hills, leaving one dead

WOODLAND HILLS — A woman was killed when a vehicle struck a power pole and a tree in Woodland Hills on Wednesday, May 15. The crash was reported about 11:55 a.m. in the 5800 block of Valley Circle Boulevard, according to the Los Angeles police and fire departments. The victim, who was not immediately identified, was declared dead at the scene. No other injuries were reported, according to a fire department spokesman. Related Articles ‘Mis-negotiated’ turn sends vehicle crashi...
Tags: News, Los Angeles, Sport, Crash, Soccer, Athens, Long Beach, Local News, Malibu, Woodland Hills, PCH, Top Stories LADN, Valley Circle Boulevard, Crime + Public Safety, Mission Hills Police


‘Mis-negotiated’ turn sends vehicle crashing into Malibu garage

MALIBU — A motorist and a passenger were injured Tuesday morning when the vehicle they were in crashed into a detached garage at a home in Malibu, authorities said. Paramedics dispatched at 5:20 a.m. to the 18800 block of Pacific Coast Highway rushed the two occupants of the vehicle to an area hospital, where their conditions were not immediately known, according to a county fire department dispatcher. The motorist “mis-negotiated” a turn in the road, rolled the vehicle and smashed into the gara...
Tags: News, Sport, Crash, Soccer, Athens, Long Beach, Local News, Pacific Coast Highway, Malibu, Foss, Palmdale, PCH, Malibu Lost Hills, Top Stories LADN, Crime + Public Safety, Mission Hills Police


Man sentenced to prison for scamming grandparents in Irvine, Burbank, elsewhere

A Canadian man was sentenced Monday to a year behind bars for his role in duping Southland grandparents into believing their grandchildren or other relatives were in danger in foreign countries and immediately required money. Wire transfers were sent from victims in six California communities including Burbank, Canyon Country, Tarzana and Irvine. The transfers ranged from $1,000 to nearly $3,000, according to court papers. Pascal Gaudreault, 48, was also ordered by U.S. District Judge R. Gary Kl...
Tags: News, California, Uncategorized, Sport, Soccer, Pasadena, CHP, Malibu, Southland, Irvine, Huffman, PCH, Gary Klausner, U S District Judge R, Top Stories LADN, Top Stories OCR


3 hospitalized after car flips, hits 2 parked vehicles on PCH in Malibu

MALIBU — Traffic was moving again Monday on Pacific Coast Highway in Malibu after a car crashed into two parked vehicles and flipped over, sending three people to hospitals, authorities said. It was reported at 8:23 p.m. Sunday on PCH at Zuma Beach, said Lt. K. Mendoza of the Malibu-Lost Hills Sheriff’s Station. The car plowed into two parked cars, and each vehicle had at least one person inside, Mendoza said. The preliminary assessment was that “speed was a factor,” she said. Two patients were ...
Tags: News, Nbc, Los Angeles, Sport, Crash, Soccer, Athens, Long Beach, Local News, Pacific Coast Highway, Malibu, Highland Park, Mendoza, Palmdale, PCH, Michael Pittman


PCH crash in Malibu sends three to hospitals

MALIBU — Traffic was moving again Monday on Pacific Coast Highway in Malibu after a car crashed into two parked vehicles and flipped over, sending three people to hospitals, authorities said. It was reported at 8:23 p.m. Sunday on PCH at Zuma Beach, said Lt. K. Mendoza of the Malibu-Lost Hills Sheriff’s Station. The car plowed into two parked cars, and each vehicle had at least one person inside, Mendoza said. The preliminary assessment was that “speed was a factor,” she said. Two patients were ...
Tags: News, Nbc, Los Angeles, Sport, Crash, Soccer, Athens, Long Beach, Local News, Pacific Coast Highway, Malibu, Highland Park, Mendoza, Palmdale, PCH, Michael Pittman


AMD X570 Reportedly Offers 40 PCIe Gen 4 Lanes, USB 3.1 Gen 2

As we get closer to the Computex launch of AMD's Ryzen 3000 series and the accompanying X570 chipset more details on it have been leaking out. Today we have more information on the X570 chipset, which is said to feature 40 PCI-Express 4.0 lanes available from the CPU and PCH. The post AMD X570 Reportedly Offers 40 PCIe Gen 4 Lanes, USB 3.1 Gen 2 appeared first on ThinkComputers.org.
Tags: All News, Hardware News, Amd, Computex, PCH, PCI Express, AMD X570, X570, Ryzen 3000 Series, PCI Express 4.0, PCIe Gen 4, Lanes USB


Intel announces new 8th Gen Intel Core vPro Notebook processors with better battery life, Wi-Fi 6 and more

Intel has announced a new 8th Gen Intel Core vPro mobile processor today and is based on Intel’s Whiskey Lake architecture. Intel is working with OEMs like Dell, HP, Lenovo, Panasonic, and other OEMs to bring the new design to the market. With the launch of the new vPro mobile processor, Intel introduces its new Intel Hardware Shield technology, which helps to defend against firmware attacks. The Hardware Shield from Intel Hardware ensures that a user's operating system is running on legitima...
Tags: News, Blogging, Intel, Dell, Wlan, Intel Core, PCH, Whiskey Lake, Intel Wireless AC, Intel 8th Gen processor, Intel 8th Gen vPro, Lenovo Panasonic, Intel Hardware Shield, Intel Hardware, Intel Wi Fi