The average person with a movie in Cannes is pushing it in or around the March hunting or hoping for a deal. Many of the films are screened, often in a room near the booth of the production company. That can be awkward: you, a handful of others, and a salesperson in a tiny space watching a DVD.
‘OH yeez,” says the pony tailed, Ray Ban protected, aquarobics trainer, with microphone and ear piece. “Now jumpa and push up your right handza.”I recognise the tune even though it has been mangled by a tinny, frothy, 100mph remix. It is Sugar Sugar a hit in 1969 by a cartoon band called The Archies.
With its history of openings and closings, La Zona Rosa has long been thought of as perfect for yet another reinvention. Among the players whose names had come up in connection with such a scheme were Tim O’Connor’s Direct Events, the House of Blues club chain, and Liberty Lunch co owner Mark Pratz. Pratz especially had good reason to hope to get the position.
We speak english and know a very little bit of Spanish. There were a lot of employees who we really struggled to communicate. I witnessed someone order a rum and coke and the waitress had no idea what he was asking for : / We found a few diamonds in the rough but a lot of employees seemed as thought they just wanted to do their job and move on.
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Listening to their pitch perfect harmonies and solid strumming between racks of sun dresses and skinny jeans was surreal. And there’s much more to the Maddens than knowing Joel is married to Nicole Richie and Benji used to date Paris Hilton. It pisses me off that those are the topics they get interviewed about the most..
It’s clear businesses haven’t changed much in the past few decades, and they need to. Amid digitized disruption, competitive pressures, quarterly reporting, data overload and the constant flux of customers’ needs and wants, some may argue that change is too threatening, too costly or too difficult. But those that conduct business as usual will be relegated to the irrelevance zone, unable to make necessary and authentic changes quickly enough to survive and thrive.