How To Keep And Store Your Wedding Gowns

May 4, 2013

As a bride-to-be, not only should you think about where to buy your wedding gown but how to store it after your big day as well. You must know what steps to take in order to keep them properly – in case you want to pass it on to the next generation or perhaps donate it.

Here are friendly, doable tips for brides especially those who already bought (or are planning to buy) their wedding dresses from HITCHED! Bridal, Hong Kong’s most recommended one-stop bridal boutique.

First off, you must clean your wedding gown right after the wedding. Best if you’ll have it professionally dry cleaned. Contact a reliable dry cleaner in your area and make sure that they have the necessary equipment to properly clean your wedding gown. Just in case your wedding gown has small stains, ask the cleaner if they are capable of removing them.

When you retrieve your wedding gown, place it in a clean cardboard box. Place acid-free, white tissue paper inside the box. Do not use colored tissue paper as the color may fade and stain your gown.

As you can see, these are very easy steps to follow in order to ensure the cleanliness and maintain the look and quality of your wedding dress.

Just in case you still need more tips, don’t hesitate to contact HITCHED! Bridal Hong Kong. They have professional in-house wedding consultants who will be more than glad to help you out.

 HITCHED! Bridal is located at Room 1501-2, 68-74 Bonham Strand East, Sheung Wan, Hong Kong. Call +852 2815 8330 for appointments.

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Business Registration Hong Kong Helps Small Businesses Gear Up for Growth

May 4, 2013

 As the economy continues to grow, it’s time for small businesses to get ready. A healthier economy is one of the major signs that consumers are willing to spend more, which is just what your business needs! Make sure you’re ready for the incoming growth by following these tips from Business Registration Hong Kong.

A good first step for preparing your company for a business boom is to review your Business Owners Policy. Does it still reflect what your business does today? Your Business Owners Policy will help you find weak spots in protection, where you may need to increase equipment and inventory, and more.

In an age that’s becoming more and more technologically advanced, hacking and cyber fraud are becoming more frequent. Protect your data and your clients’ sensitive information by ensuring that all of your security software is up to date. Have a plan B set up by looking for a well-rounded insurance policy that can get your business back on its feet and notify customers in case of a hack. Just to be safe, backup your data on another drive! If someone does hack or cyber-attack you, all is not lost.

Check up on your inventory and supply chain. Keep your assets protected by enrolling in insurance policies that will protect you from profit loss if your supplier suffers a warehouse disaster or goes out of business. Make sure your storage is meeting your inventory’s needs, and look into better protection of your own items if need be.

Increase your employee pool before business picks up too much. Remember to leave time for interviewing, background checks, orientations, and training. Make sure your employee insurance policies and workers compensation are all up to date and up to par. For good measure, give your current employees a review session on training techniques and company policy.

Don’t get left behind as the economy continues to race ahead. Keep yourself, your employees, and your customers protected to increase brand loyalty and stay worry-free! For more information on how to improve your business, how to get started, and more, visit Business Registration Hong Kong.

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Improve Your Child’s Development With Play Therapy

May 4, 2013

Play time is great for children to unwind, develop social skills, and have fun! But did you know that play time can also help further your child’s development?

What is Play Therapy?

Play Therapy allows young children to communicate their experiences and emotions through play activities. Filial Play is one type of Play Therapy that allows parents, therapists, and children to work together to strengthen family relationships and improve the attachment between children and parents. Parents use child-centered principles and skills like reflective listening, recognizing and responding to self-esteem, and organizing weekly required play sessions with designated toys.

Why use Play Therapy?

Play Therapy addresses a wide range of issues children may face during their development including: making friends, temper problems, school difficulties, sleeping and eating difficulties, bonding and attachment, self-esteem, grief, and more. Through several studies, Play Therapy has shown to provide many benefits to children. Children who regularly participate in Play Therapy are better at coping, have reduced levels of anxiety, have a more healthy self-concept, are more self-aware, and experience maximum participation. One study also showed that regular Play Therapy sessions decreased stress in parents as well.

What can you do to help?

SPRING has a variety of classes available to help you and your child make progress on developmental milestones and maximize their learning potential from a young age. SPRING is staffed by a team of passionate educators who can help you every step of the way as you set your child up for success. SPRING hosts regular information sessions for parents on topics such as Play Therapy to help caregivers in their role to be their children’s greatest teachers in life.

Play time is important for your child’s development. Learn how to help your child grow through fun, communicative activities with SPRING. See what classes they have to offer today! For more tips, information, and fun ideas, check out SPRING online.

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