SPRUCE UP FOR SPRING WITH IDEAL WORLD
Spring is in the air so step out in style with the newest fashion looks and spring clean your home inside and out with Ideal World amazing deals and new and exclusive products.
Tune in for NEW and EXCLUSIVE product launches on Thursday 26th March at 10pm Patsy Kensit skincare launch and spruce up your garden with Karcher K4 Silent, launch on Saturday 28th March at 6pm and XHose XL, launch on Saturday 28th March at 9pm.
Spring into action with Ideal World’s fantastic deals and be ready for the start of the season!
Stay connected with the home of shopping TV, Ideal World, on Sky 654, Freeview 22, Virgin 747 Freesat 812 and at www.idealworld.tv
Styled By Genevieve Spring Collection Launches
Exclusively to Ideal World TV
The launch collection sold out in its first week on sale before Christmas, spring 2015 sees the return of Styled by Genevieve, the exclusive collection created by TV Presenter Genevieve Ni Reamoinn, designed with real women in mind.
Launching a new collection of seasonal designs, each piece draws on Genevieve’s love of fashion and personal sense of style. Taking inspiration from catwalk favourites, the collection is designed to complement curves and create a sleek and stylish silhouette putting a focus of fine detail, 3D floral prints and intricate lace cutwork in fresh tones.
“Creating my first fashion range has been a dream come true,” said Genevieve. “I’ve always loved fashion but felt there was a lack of range of the high street that tackled all of the body hang ups we face as women. Now is definitely the right time for me to introduce my range of easy-to-wear pieces that make every woman look and feel fabulous. Working with the fashion team at Ideal World TV I think we’ve achieved a beautiful collection with pieces to compliment every woman’s wardrobe.”
Styled by Genevieve launches to exclusively to Ideal World TV on Wednesday 25th March at 10pm. The collection is also available at www.idealworld.tv along with exclusive content.
Loss for QVC on Internet Crawling Case
A federal judge in Philadelphia has ruled in favour of an Internet start-up company and against QVC.
U.S. District Judge Wendy Beetlestone of the Eastern District of Pennsylvania, who joined the bench at the end of 2014, rejected QVC's motion for a preliminary injunction that would have barred the start-up called Resultly from selling its intellectual property before the case is over.
QVC filed suit last year after Resultly's method of crawling its website caused the site to slow down and become inaccessible to some customers, which led to a loss of sales.
Resultly is a four-year-old company that uses open source code to crawl retail websites in order to help users find and purchase merchandise, according to Beetlestone's opinion.
Resultly stopped crawling the QVC site after it was alerted to the problem, but QVC argued to the court that Resultly is in a "precarious" financial situation and if it sells its Web-crawling code to another company, that company could cause the same problem to QVC's server again, according to the opinion.pecifically the circumstantial evidence would need to show."
QVC didn't convince the judge that Resultly had intended to impair its servers or cause "even 'some modicum' of harm," Beetlestone said.
Andrew Grosso of Andrew Grosso & Associates in Washington, D.C., represented Resultly and said this is an "important decision in that it provides a framework for this case and future cases for what is and is not a violation of the act."
QVC PUTS ITSELF FORWARD FOR HORTICULTURE SUPPLIERS LOOKING TO GROW SALES
QVC gardening sales continue to grow with 280 live hours of shopping in 2014 allowing suppliers to reach wider audience.
QVC, whose television shopping gardening shows have seen double-digit growth over the past three years and have enjoyed six consecutive years of growth.
QVC moved across London from Battersea to Chiswick in 2012 and now presenter Richard Jackson has a better outdoor set than at the old site.
"QVC gardening has grown and grown but it is still a bit under the radar," says Jackson. His "professional formula" Flower Power product range of feeds, controls, seeds and bird food turns over £5m a year and is QVC's biggest single brand.
Source: Horticluture Week