panorama software,virtual tour software
Alternate Text
Joined: 2004-04-14
Send Msg:
Posts: 382
2008-11-28
#1

Easypano Holiday Sale?

Just wondering if Easypano will have a Holiday Sale?

It would help encourage folks like me to upgrade sooner and make this holiday season even better. :)

r,
eagle
Alternate Text
Joined: 2006-10-23
Send Msg:
Posts: 162
2008-11-28
#2
Well, easypano is a chinese company which might not be familiar with this tradition unless they do some specific discount but ... for chinese new year

thierry
Alternate Text
Joined: 2007-04-22
Send Msg:
Posts: 877
2008-11-28
#3
With the world economy in the mess it's in a sale is not a bad idea.
Nikon D300, D3s, Nikon 10.5 lens, RingT105N+Footplate+MrotatorTCPs, Giottos MT9261 Tripod, Manfrotto 410 Jr geared head.

If you know the "secret" then everyday is a good day!
Alternate Text
Joined: 2004-04-14
Send Msg:
Posts: 382
2008-11-28
#4
You don't have to be a Westerner to understand the concept of a sale whether it be a Holiday or some other event tie-in.

It's marketing which is a huge part of any business. :)

r,
eagle
Alternate Text
Joined: 2006-10-23
Send Msg:
Posts: 162
2008-11-28
#5
I agree but that's the point.

It's not the fact you can not make or understand it but it's related to each own culture otherwise you would get a all year round discount if you consider each event wich triggers discount.

In France for example, we don't have the "black friday" but for some branches of american companies which try to apply it.

In the same time we don't get the chinese new year discount you can get in hkg or China.

So considering easypano is a chinese company but offering sofware all over the world, should it offer discount for the black friday, christmas, western new year, chinese new year ...

I think it could be fair to offer discount for chinese new year which is coming soon anywway.

thierry
Alternate Text
Joined: 2004-04-14
Send Msg:
Posts: 382
2008-11-28
#6
Gotcha.

But don't worry. I know Asian culture. :)

They .... we understand Holiday sale.

The last statement should make it crystal. ;)

r,
eagle
Alternate Text
Joined: 2007-08-13
Send Msg:
Posts: 193
2008-11-28
#7
For those of you outside the U.S. and it's insane spending habits, "Black Friday" refers to the day after our Thanksgiving Holiday. It is traditionally the day that most of the shopping for Christmas takes place. In this case "black" refers to a financial phrase "in the black," meaning that your company is profitable. The opposite of that is "in the red," referring to the use of red ink to indicate outstanding debt.

And all that aside, and no matter what, or when, or who you celebrate, no matter where you call home, or where your friends and family come from, I hope for nothing but the best for you and you families in the coming new year.