HOLBAHouston Office Leasing Brokers Association (Texas)
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"We have wonderful, whimsical names that were developed, and we're true to that all the time," said Holba, who convenes her marketing team to come up with "very smart shade names" consistent with the "whimsy and wit" that Essie's known for.
'It's kind of otherworldly...there is magic there,' says Holba.
Combined with authoritative personalities, ambiguous organizational culture creates the conditions for culture shock, or the feeling resulting from a change in setting or environment (Holba, 2008).
(1.) See Annette Holba, Philosophical Leisure: Recuperative Praxis for Human Communication (Milwaukee: Marquette University Press, 2007); Josef Pieper, Leisure the Basis of Culture (San Francisco: Ignatius Press, 2009).
"Lipstick shouldn't be complicated," says Holba. The one-step application simplifies the routine, making the longwear category an accessible choice for every woman."
Nord Gold controls its local assets via High River Gold, which holds almost 85% of Buryatzoloto (which in turn own Zun Holba and Irokinda).
"Our Dream franchise has taken over the world," Maybelline senior vice president of marketing Carolyn Holba said at the time, noting that it is the No.
Holba, eds, Media and the Apocalypse, Peter Lang, 2009.
"Maybelline New York is making it easier for women everywhere to get the fullest, boldest most dramatic lashes possible--from a tube," said Carolyn Holba, senior vice president of marketing,, Maybelline New York-Gamier.
The field session was terminated in the brewery HOLBA in Hanusovice.
I also liked the approach that Jeanne Holba Puacz was using in Indiana.
Dropping out of school has an impact on more than just a model's education, says Heinz Holba, president of L.A.