This company is a clothing start-up, that makes their stuff from cashmere, which comes from no other, than the Gobi desert. I’m not familiar that much with cashmere, so my first question is as an average user, is that really the best cashmere in the world?
Checking the site for price, I’d say they are in the middle/low-middle section, so that’s pretty customer friendly.
Supposedly they pay 50% more for herders and also decrease prices by 50%. Sounds impossible to me but I don’t know, it might work. Having such a low price point with high maintenance fees means they either don’t make much as a seller or there is something else in the equation that’s not mentioned. Their foundation tho sounds great and I appreciate their effort to build a sustainable company. All in all it’s a yes from me. If you want to buy some cashmere from @naadam.co go ahead. What do you think of them? 👍 or 👎?
1 14 December, 2019
Seamless will forever be subway royalty, top of the subway ad pyramid. 10/10 #subwayads
0 134 December, 2019
I’ve been trying to come up with something witty to say about this since I started this account... 6/10 for trying to be touching. #subwayads
Saw this start-up today on the subway: Localize.city. A bit about them:
Localize.city is a property buying/selling/renting company that started their venture in Israel and after another round of funding they brought the system to NYC. Their team consist of some ex high-position leaders from different mega companies. Which is great news for us, users, because they supposed to know how to lead, create and treat the customer base.
After reading their bio, which speaks highly of the company, yet missing the details that differentiates them from others, I decided to read on them a bit more. Most articles that mention it, has one selling point: they figured out how much sunlight each side of your future house is gonna get (AI?). In itself this info is great. I still think users will need more information about what the company can offer that differentiates from other apps, like @streeteasy
Please @Localizenyc tell us why you are better than others and why people should choose you! Also, don’t be afraid to mention you’re using AI, it’s okay, we get it.
What do you think? Are they gonna be the next google? 👍 or 👎?
As an emotional and lost twenty-something I saw this ad on an uptown bound 1 train and found a purpose I never knew I had. On that day I became a poet. I had always loved Whitman and Frost and Bukowski, but it was #dorotheatanning and her simple, profound, beautiful words that lit a fire in me to write again. Thank you. #poetryinmotion#subwayads#findinspiration#poetry
1 1630 November, 2019
I don’t think “save a bro” aged that well... 5/10. But hey, these are perfect for having an intense stare down first thing in the morning. #subwayads
0 730 November, 2019
The MoMa could try harder, but in this account we are MoMa stans so: 6/10 #subwayads
0 1230 November, 2019
"I no longer feel like I'm dead inside." Thanks Top Happy Spa!
A women’s sexual wellness company had a tough time getting a subway ad out, but why? 🤔🤔 Our reporter @ktjrichards took a closer look at subway 🚉 ads to find out why some ads get rejected for being 'overtly sexual' while others don't. Find more with the 🔗 in our bio. (📸 by @iamjohntejada & @yagot2believe)
5 3915 November, 2018
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9 13013 October, 2019
This week I talked with @unboundbabes CEO Polly Rodriguez (@polly_claire). She started her sexual wellness company after surviving cancer at 21. Polly went through radiation treatment. That catapulted her into menopause... at 21. None of her doctors told her that would happen. She didn't know what to do. So she searched google. Nothing. Finally, a nurse friend recommended a vibrator because the cancer treatment had such a big effect on her body and sex drive. She was embarrassed. She was shocked. She was feeling all the feelings. And on top of it all, couldn't find a non-seedy place to find a vibrator to help her heal her body. So she started UnBound, a company focused on sexual wellness for women that's design-focused and accessible and non-shame-y. She's raised $3.7 million in funding from big investors. That amount of funding is unheard of in the industry. She launched a new career for herself.... from cancer. So she has all this money. SHE NEEDS TO ADVERTISE! She partners with a few local artists to make ads. And then she's banned from every ✅ social media platform ✅. Every one! That's where I pick up the story this week in my conversation with Polly. Here's one of my favorite quotes from our interview:
- “And yet women's bodies have been used since the dawn of time to sell products in a very sexual ways. It's always been really frustrating that we're trying to have the right conversation, and we're trying not to be sexually explicit, and yet these are conversations that reinforce the narrative that you shouldn't be having these conversations out in the open. They should only take place behind closed doors, and ultimately that female sexuality is inappropriate.”
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27 47618 December, 2018
Omg Finally! Dongpyo visited his subway ads today! I'm so happy😭😍♥️
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25 2,21715 June, 2019
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