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TrendHunter - Symphonies of Noise

Pete Edwards redefines music with talking dolls and watches

Pete Edwards redefines music with talking dolls and watches

The subjectivity of music in the modern age allows many artists to reinterpret and redefine the meaning and form of their craft, which gives an opportunity for unconventional maestros like Pete Edwards to break boundaries and go beyond convention. 

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TrendHunter - Shared Voices

Musical amalgamations from unlikely places

Musical amalgamations from unlikely places

In these times of global socioeconomic hardships, it is very easy for us to put blinders on and focus our worries on ourselves. Fortunately enough, there are still some who strive for the betterment of others by uniting different spirits through an art form, and as such in these two cases, through song.

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TrendHunter - The Recruitment Genome

Sifting through genetic resumes for the best employees

Sifting through genetic resumes for the best employees

The preeminent research work of the Human Genome Project has managed to receive both acclaim and criticism from the global scientific audience. 

While the main purpose of the project’s establishment was to better understand the genetic makeup of the human species and our genetically inherited diseases, the outcome of this international scientific research can come to benefit future recruiters as well. 

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TrendHunter - Stealth Branding

Companies like Starbucks turn to logoless, stealth branding movements

Companies like Starbucks turn to logoless, stealth branding movements

A seemingly bizarre trend undertaken by both large-scale corporations and mid-size retail companies, stealth branding has been taking shape in more than a few occasions in recent months.

First noticed in the first weeks of July, there were speculations for Starbucks planning on implementing a new store layout and design, possibly even losing its namesake from certain locations in Seattle. Several weeks after closing shop, stating reasons for a “makeover,” the Seattle-based corporation opened 15th Avenue E Coffee and Tea, one of their first ever ‘stealth stores.’

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