Vuarnet’s Cable Car Collection Pays Homage To Urban Transport
Author Rachel Bozek
Boston-area-based Sudbury Eye Care focuses on pediatric needs-a market that was lacking in representation before Dr. Lorraine Labiento Smith came onto the scene.
In honor of Father’s Day, seven companies with multi-generational staffs share the secrets of working with family and the best business advice they’ve ever received.
Deep-dish pizza, the blues and STATE Optical Co. all call the Windy City home. Discover what’s behind this U.S.-made brand.
Fashion influences from past decades have an undeniable presence in eyewear collections. Iconic frames from the ’20s through the ’80s as well as styles derived from classic American novels and films have been reinvented for the current season. We discover how manufacturers artfully incorporate vintage looks for the modern wearer.
Bridge lines allow patients to taste the luxe life of their favorite labels at an affordable price.
At the end of a decade-any decade-we’re usually ready for whatever style is next. But…
Beware of the nuances of HIPAA compliance, especially when it comes to email, social media, and marketing practices.
While keeping ample inventory of mainstream brands is critical, a knowledge and supply of specialty fits is just as important. Patients looking for a specific fit based on their needs will become loyal if you’re attentive to their concerns and knowledgeable about the styles and brands that will best suit them. Here are a few specialty fit brands and styles worth keeping on your radar.
Named one of Outside Magazine‘s 10 Best Places to Work in 2014, San Diego-based SportRx has raised the bar for wearers’ and ECPs’ expectations of sports eyewear across the U.S. The business came to be in 1996, and was originally run by the couple who came up with Bobster brand eyewear. Rob Tavakoli, MSBA, ABOC, is SportRx’s vice president, and describes himself as someone who just might ‘bleed sunglass tint.’ He told us more about the various components of what makes SportRx tick.