The Past: After graduating from college I work ed with Hewlett Packard in their ...(expand)
The Past: After graduating from college I work ed with Hewlett Packard in their Computer Support Division for 15 years. I became the most requested engineer in my field for both 'hot site' response and for training other engineers. This experience serves as my foundation for linking manufacturing, sales, installation and service.
It was during this period that I developed my passion for home automation and audio/video systems. I assisted family, friends and co-workers design and install systems that had innovations unheard of even by industry veterans. I quickly gained the attention of some major players even though I was doing this 'for fun'.
The Present: Electronic Home is an established industry leader and has had installations featured in numerous national magazines for their exemplary design and installation. Its installations, business models and even pricing strategies have been copied and emulated by integrators across the nation. We enjoy taking on challenges by doing what others say can't be done.
Today, this passion still serves as my primary motivation and has awarded a primary position in development of the Lumiere Home Cinema Experience, an uncompromising, methodical approach to the ultimate in home theater. Being part of the Lumiere team has revived some deep passion and emotions that make every day one I look forward to!
The Future: At Electronic Home, we recently remodeled our showroom, hired experienced key personnel and added a few product lines to enhance our solution offerings and allow an overall smoother and more productive operation. Electronic Home will continue to serve our clients home technology needs and provide first class support.
Solidifying Electronic Home's position allows me to direct my focus to developing the Lumiere North American sales, installation and support operations. We will establish 4-5 additional Lumiere Home Cinema showrooms across North America over the next 2 - 3 years.
A nice article and something for us mortals to dream about! Keep up the good work!
I would like to comment about the teaser that links to your article as it doesn't make any sense. Here it is:
The famous restaurant chain NOBU, has made their mark on the hospitality world, with the February 4th opening of their luxury hotel. The hotel will also feature the largest NOBU hotel in the world.
I believe you meant to say "The hotel will also feature the largest NOBU restaurant in the world."
I am not being critical as we all make mistakes and this may not even be your fault. I just thought you might want to correct.
Are you asking if people buy from stores or online and simply had a typo OR is your question incomplete?
Assuming the former, in many cases you don't have a choice as many luxury brands protect their retailers/dealers and do not allow on-line sales.
While Paris is a beautiful and amazing city, France is full of history and other diverse attractions, far too many to discuss in detail here.
The French Riviera, Burgandy & Champagne wine country, the Alps, the friendly Brittany areas....all very different. That diversity is what makes France the most popular country in terms of tourist.
Thanks for the details. Just curious - a follow-up question.....I noticed that you can request for a post to be considered as an article....does JustLuxe monitor other posts that did not have a request and sometimes decide to turn them into articles?
Obviously, it depends on the budget.
A spa visit to pamper her is fairly common and fits many budgets....from an hour massage to a weekend retreat!
Jewelry, getaways, etc. are always appropriate and also can span across many budgets.