Splendid Sundays Volume 96

Sunday, August 12, 2012

A handful of splendid finds from around the worldwide web:

*How tech has changed how we cook. [The Atlantic]

*Mexico's consumers more likely to stay loyal to brands during economic hardship than their U.S. counterparts. Understanding Mexico's evolving consumers. [McKinsey Quarterly] (You may need to log in to read this one, but it's free.)

*The end of polio in India: After 27 years of polio vaccination distribution, India reported no new cases of the disease last year. [Stanford Social Innovation Review]

*Is this (woman) the Jeff Bezos of Russia? [Fast Company]

This week in The Splendid Collective:

*From the Form + Function Blog: Are Seasonal Employees Eligible for Unemployment?

Recent wedding job postings: Experienced Sales Manager at Found Vintage Rentals (Fullerton, CA) // Experienced Operations Manager at Found Vintage Rentals (Fullerton, CA) // Bridal Sales Consultant at Plumed Serpent Bridal (Westport, CT) // More wedding industry job openings

Wedding Statistics: 30% of couples who married in California in 2011 spent between $31,000-95,000 or more on their weddings (the premium budget segment) compared to 38% globally.

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