Coming features

Saturday 25 December 2010, 9.14pm HKT

Merry Christmas all,

The Naked Listener’s Weblog has two special features in the pipeline to end the year with.

Are you making money from your products, or just trying to make money? We’ll look at the meaning of doing business and the moneymaking ambits of product marketing by using what had been seen at the Hong Kong Food Festival (and two other trade fairs) as a launchpad for thoughts and ideas. Tentative post date is 28 Dec 2010.

Which race/culture is more affluent, the Hong Kong Chinese or the Jews? That interesting poser came from a behavioural ergonomist when he approached The Naked Listener for more down-to-earth information and opinions. Tentative post date is 29 Dec 2010.

Stay tuned to this channel for those two stories.

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Good wishes and good cheer to all subscribers and visitors for the holiday season.

The Naked Listener

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