Blog: New personal research service
Leonie Barrie | 7 December 2005
I often get requests along the lines of ‘Do you know where I can find out more information on…?’ and although I always do my best to answer there are invariably those that get me stumped.
Which is why I’m pleased to be able to tell you about a new 'personal research manager' service that’s been launched on just-style. Basically, my colleagues here aim to do all the hard work for you, taking the laborious process of searching for the relevant information right out of your hands and freeing you up to do something more useful.
Not only is this service free and unbiased, but there’s also a 'price promise' so that if you find a report cheaper online, just-style will not only match the price but we’ll also give you three months’ free membership to the site.
And it doesn’t end here. If the report we recommend doesn’t meet your expectations we’ll give you your money back, and what’s more, if you pay by credit card the whole process can be completed in minutes.
To try this new service email email@example.com
Or call Kathryn directly on +44 (0)1527 573 604
As an added incentive, to launch the new personal research service, if you order any study from us before 31st March 2006 we will send you a free copy of the 2006 style trends management briefing which will be published in January. Worth $320/£177/EUR260, the briefing will help you understand the major trends and developments that will affect the style industry in the coming year.
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