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cool hunter

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1. (Marketing) informal a person who is employed to identify future trends, esp in fashion or the media
2. (Commerce) informal a person who is employed to identify future trends, esp in fashion or the media
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Then move on to the latest techniques for problem-solving in the development of new products and services such as Customer Journey Map, netnography, Coolhunting, as well as dynamic group sessions for innovation games, Design Thinking sessions and workshops for storytelling and prototyping.
Askegaard, Soren (2010) "Experience economy in the making: hedonism, play and coolhunting in automotive song lyrics".
The founder of coolhunting - whose editor Karen Day recently returned from an inspirational Gap Year tour - has put forward Susan Easton and her work with global artisans FROMTHEROAD.
Este tipo de investigaciones se denomina coolhunting y se lleva a cabo segun unos principios y procedimientos especificos que forman parte de los desarrollos metodologicos de la observacion participante.
To enable this new dynamic approach to the smartphone, HTC will provide both local and global content from more than 1,400 media sources with more than 10,000 articles per day from some of the most innovative media companies, such as the AOL family of media properties, ESPN, MTV, Vice Media, CoolHunting, Reuters and many others.
HTC will provide both local and global content from more than 1,400 media sources with more than 10,000 articles per day from media companies such as the AOL family of media properties, ESPN, MTV, Vice Media, CoolHunting, Reuters and many others.
Belle Chevre products have been featured in holiday gift guides of fab.com, food52, CoolHunting, and other national and regional publications.
An article about British Airways' Height Cuisine program, published on the website Coolhunting.com, explained that the program considered many factors that could influence a passenger's meal experience including altitude, air pressure and humidity.
Finding extraordinary stuff (or extraordinary deals) to share online with an audience is what sites like CoolHunting.com and LikeCool.com do, what bloggers have long done, what so many of us do on Twitter already, or what aggregators and social sharing sites like Alltop or StumbleUpon have been doing for a while.
Coolhunting. New York: AMACOM American Management Association.
When CoolHunting.com founder Josh Rubin found himself spending the winter of 2007 struggling to answer his new iPhone with his nose so he wouldn't have to remove his gloves, inspiration struck; Gloves with removable fingertips.
Consumer trend expert Gloor, co-author of Coolhunting, returns with advice on how to convert great ideas into cool products through the creation of Collaborative Innovation Networks (COINs), which are groups of intrinsically motivated people with a common vision.