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Interview With Vinay Dixit Vinay Dixit is the Senior Director of Asia Consumer Centers in McKinsey Company and leads the Insights China by McKinsey service line. He joined McKinsey Shanghai office in February 2008 and has led several significant studies on Chinese consumers. Who are China luxury consumers? In terms of age dispersion, are luxury consumers relatively younger than their counterparts in developed markets?

Vinay Dixit: We define Chinese wealthy households with an annual income of RMB 250,000 and above. In terms of Purchasing Valentino Shoes Power Parity, this translates to US$ 67,000 annual income.

One key difference of Chinese wealthy consumers when compared to their counterparts from other countries is their youth. On an average, they are about 20 years younger than their cousins in US or Japan. We do expect that the wealthy consumers in China will retain this characteristic in the next decade as well.

Joel Backaler: The 2009 McKinsey Consumer survey emphasized that companies should no longer assume the existence of a homogenous market and monolithic block of 1.3 billion consumers, adopting a onesizefitsall China strategy. The survey introduces the map approach to China market strategy. How will this alter the business models of foreign luxury companies trying to gain a foothold in China beyond tier1 cities?

Vinay Dixit: The last decade has seen remarkable changes in China those relating to consumer evolution, infrastructure development, income levels and consumption patterns, to name a few. Our research (based on 30,000 consumers studied across 60 cities since 2005) clearly shows that a framework is fast replacing the approach when it comes to targeting the Chinese consumers[1]. Several key attitudes are now becoming more and more consistent in a geography of 250300 km radius around key cities, irrespective of the tier in which these cities are.

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Infernal Itching Do you have itching in or Valentino Shoes Sale around the breast area? Yes, I am itching and I have small breasts. Yes, I'm itching, and I have large breasts.

Here I was thinking that I was unique. I guess that's a pride issue, but it wasn't thought about with any pride whatsoever. I mean, who'd imagine that other people are dealing with similar types of itching on an ongoing basis? When I started researching this, I didn't think I'd find anything on it because I thought it was some fluke that I was even having any issue remotely like this. Little did I know that there's an entire series, if you will, of websites dedicated to this and more! Every aspect or idea about the cause that I could conceive of is already on a website somewhere!

So does your size matter? In this case, size is a big deal. The reason is that the bigger you are, the more of you there is to fold over. Sounds strange, but I'm not talking about natural bends in the body, like where your elbow flexes. I'm talking about excess body fat that has nowhere to go but down, folding over and causing the spare tire effect. Those folds are breeding grounds for moisture from trapped sweat. Such breeding grounds will cause discolorations in your skin, just as you might experience if a certain part of your body was soaking in water for an ongoing length of time.

The difference is, this moisture breeds bacteria because its enclosed in your flesh and there is no airflow. Bacteria can cause irritation that results in itching. How does this effect your build? If you are built close together, it will most definitely affect you. Now, I know this will sound weird, but I always was curious about some men's fascination with women who were wider built. What I mean is, women who are wider built have a gap. Women who are closer built do not.

I've noticed that some men love the idea of being able to see through the gap, while others seem to revel in the idea that everything is close and tight. Not that I understand this fascination of theirs, however, what I imagine to be true, is that women with the gap, probably seldom have itching problems from heat rashes and jock itch and the like in the nether regions, whereas, women who are closer built probably suffer from these conditions with far more regularity, due to less airflow.

Usually, this condition occurs the most frequently during the heat of the summer. However, it can also occur during the winter if you are constantly layering for the cold. Then the airflow is restricted by all the layers, and things will get conducive due to heat, moisture and lack of airflow, for a fungal situation to develop.

ThrushWhen I was a teen, I would get heat rashes in the connection of the medial thigh to the pelvic region, mostly in the "underwear curve." It's a most irritating area to get a rash or fungus, because most women's underwear leg bands connect in that same area, and it can be truly irritating due to that garment rubbing on that area.