La Redoute is a French mail order company founded by Joseph Pollet in 1837.A multi-line retailer specializing in ready to wear apparel and home decor, La Redoute is the 2nd largest seller of women's apparel and the 3rd largest seller of linens in France. Its e-commerce site www.laredoute.com is the top ranked French site for apparel and home decor, with more than 7 millions unique visitors each month. The company operates in 26 countries and has more than 10 million active customers.A subsidiary of Redcats Group, , itself part of Kering Group since 1994, LaRedoute was sold to its managers, Nathalie Balla and Eric Courteille, in June 2014. Wikipedia.
Colobert B.,La Redoute |
Botino M.,Proteor handicap conseil |
Permentiers I.,Proteor handicap conseil
Annals of Physical and Rehabilitation Medicine | Year: 2011
Purpose: To compare the individual influence of different types of socket designs on the hip's range of motion in transfemoral amputees. Patients and methods: We studied the kinematic parameters of the hip joint for patients with transfemoral amputation under four experimental conditions: without a socket, with a quadrilateral socket, an ischial containment socket, an ischial-ramal containment socket. An opto-electronic system was used to record the movements in the frontal and sagittal planes for a 3D movement analysis. Results: The hip's range of motion is always significantly restricted with the sockets, regardless of their type, compared to the situation without a socket (P<0.05). The adduction and extension movements are the most restricted. The global amplitude (i.e., the sum of all the ranges of motion) is significantly higher for the ischial-ramal containment socket (139.5°) compared to the ischial containment socket (125.4°, P=0.002) and the quadrilateral socket (127.3°, P=0.01). No comparable study exists in the literature, especially for the ischial-ramal containment socket. Conclusion: The ischial-ramal containment socket seems to be the most interesting type of socket in terms of the criterion studied. It still remains to identify the possible functional improvements that this design would provoke during gait and during daily activities. © 2011 Elsevier Masson SAS.
News Article | March 1, 2017
Neteven announces a new website, new software release, new clients, new functionalities and new marketplaces Thanks to its marketplace coverage, its PIM-like and order features and a dedicated team of industry experts, Neteven has recently onboarded major international brands. To name but a few: Volcom, Parrot, Desigual, Imaginarium, Benetton, Urban Outfitters, Mountain Warehouse, Camper, Rip Curl, Bewell Connect… In order to stay ahead of the game with its 11 years of experience in marketplaces distribution, Neteven's R&D team has launched a wide range of innovative features: 2017 - More and More international Following its 3.6 million euros fundraising in 2013, Neteven has accelerated its international strategy. Today, merchants outside of France account for more than 40% of the company portfolio. They trade on more than 50 marketplaces in EU, US and China through leading marketplaces in Europe (Zalando, Otto, Cdiscount, Fnac, La Redoute, Amazon, Privalia…), in the US (eBay, Amazon…) and in China. Neteven has established a partnership with Alibaba already two years ago and has successfully launched several flagship stores on Tmall Global. In 2017, additional regions will be covered by the Neteven solution in SE Asia, India and the Middle-East. "2016 has been an amazing year for Neteven. The team has done a great job to consolidate Neteven's position in our ecosystem. Our strategy to focus only on marketplace channels has paid off as global brands are launching their international Direct to Consumer e-commerce strategy in which marketplaces have a central position. Our positive financial outlook allows us to accelerate the international deployment to match market demands for cross-border trading," explains Greg Zemor, co-founder and C.E.O. of Neteven. For more information, visit our new website at http://www.neteven.co.uk
News Article | March 1, 2017
Neteven kündigt eine neue Webseite, neue Software-Launches, neue Kunden, neue Funktionalitäten und neue Marketplaces an Neteven hat mit seiner starken Marketplace-Reichweite, seinem PIM-basierten Auftragsmanagement und seinem erfahrenen Expertenteam das Vertrauen zahlreicher bedeutender internationaler Marken gewonnen: Volcom, Parrot, Desigual, Imaginarium, Benetton, Urban Outfitters , Mountain Warehouse, Camper, Rip Curl, Bewell Connect, um nur einige zu nennen. Um der Konkurrenz stets einen Schritt voraus zu sein, hat Netevens R&D-Team mit seiner elfjährigen Erfahrung im Marketplace-Vertrieb eine Reihe neuer, innovativer Funktionalitäten entwickelt: 2017 - Immer noch internationaler Nachdem Neteven 2013 3,6 Millionen Euro hebeln konnte, hat unser Team seine internationale Strategie beschleunigt. Heute Machen Händler von außerhalb Frankreichs über 40% des Unternehmensportfolios aus. Der Vertrieb erstreckt sich auf über 50 Marketplaces und erfolgt über führende europäische Marktplätze wie Zalando, Otto, Cdiscount, Fnac, La Redoute, Amazon, Privalia, über US6amerikanische wie eBay und Amazon und auch chinesische Marktplätze. Neteven hat die Zusammenarbeit mit Alibaba vor bereits zwei Jahren aufgenommen und zahlreiche erfolgreiche Flagship Stores auf Tmall Global eröffnet. 2017 wird sich das Portfolio von Neteven noch erweitern, der Vertrieb wird sich auf den südostasiatischen und indischen Markt sowie auf den Nahen Osten ausdehnen. "2016 war ein sehr erfolgreiches Jahr für Neteven. Unser Team hat hervorragende Arbeit geleistet und Netevens Position gestärkt. Unser Strategie, uns ausschließlich auf Marketplace-Kanäle zu konzentrieren, hat sich gelohnt: Immer mehr internationale Marken fassen Fuß im BtoC-E-Commerce, wo Marketplaces eine führende Rolle spielen. Dank unserer positiven Finanzvorausschau können wir unsere internationale Entwicklung noch weiter vorantrieben, um den Marktanforderungen in Bezug auf grenzüberschreitenden Handel gerecht zu werden.", so Greg Zemor, Mitbegründer and C.E.O. von Neteven. Für weiterführende Information besuchen Sie unsere Webseite unter http://www.neteven.com
Lochard J.,La Redoute
Health Physics | Year: 2016
The International Commission on Radiological Protection system of radiological protection is based on three pillars: science, ethical and social values, and experience. As far as ethics and the protection of humans are concerned, the systemcombines the values of beneficence/non-maleficence, prudence, justice, and dignity. Beneficence and non-maleficence are directly related to the aim to prevent deterministic effects and to reduce the risk of stochastic effects. Prudence allows taking into account uncertainties concerning both the deterministic and stochastic effects of radiation on health. Justice is the way to ensure social equity and fairness in decisions related to protection. Over the past decade, the system has also integrated procedural values such as right to know, informed consent, stakeholder involvement and self-help protection, and reflecting the importance to properly inform and also preserve the autonomy and dignity of the individuals potentially or actually exposed to radiation. In practice, the search for reasonable levels of protection and tolerable exposure levels is a permanent questioning that depends on the prevailing circumstances in order to act wisely; i.e., with the desire to do more good than harm (beneficence/non-maleficence), to avoid unnecessary exposure (prudence), to seek fair distribution of exposures (justice), and to treat people with respect (dignity). © 2016 Health Physics Society.
Lochard J.,La Redoute
Annals of the ICRP | Year: 2012
Committee 4 of the International Commission on Radiological Protection (ICRP) is responsible for developing principles, recommendations, and guidance on the protection of man against radiation exposure; and considering their practical application in all exposure situations. The Committee also acts as a major point of contact between ICRP and other international organisations and professional bodies concerned with protection against ionising radiation. The current work of the Committee involves the development of a series of reports on implementation of the 2007 Recommendations, and a reflection on the ethical foundations of the radiological protection system. Following the accident in Fukushima, Committee 4 also initiated an analysis of management of the consequences of the accident, with the objective of revising, if necessary, the Commission's publications on emergency and post-accident situations. © 2012.
Lochard J.,La Redoute
Annals of the ICRP | Year: 2015
Committee 4 of the International Commission on Radiological Protection (ICRP) is responsible for developing principles, recommendations, and guidance on the protection of people against radiation exposure, and to consider their practical application in all exposure situations. Currently, the Committee’s efforts are focused on the completion of a series of future ICRP publications on the implementation of its 2007 Recommendations to the various existing exposure situations. A report on protection against radon exposure was published recently (ICRP Publication 126), and two documents on protection against cosmic radiation in aviation, and naturally occurring radioactive material are under development. The programme of work for the forthcoming 2013–2017 period comprises the update of ICRP Publication 109 on protection of people in emergency exposure situations, and the update of ICRP Publication 111 on protection of people living in long-term contaminated areas after a nuclear accident, as well as the development of a future ICRP publication on the ethics of radiological protection. It also includes the preparation of task groups on the application of the Commission’s recommendations for contaminated sites from past activities and for surface and near-surface disposal of radioactive waste. Another important task for Committee 4 will be to develop a reflection on the tolerability of risk from radiation. © The International Society for Prosthetics and Orthotics Reprints and permissions: sagepub.co.uk/journalsPermissions.nav
Kase K.R.,La Redoute
Annals of the ICRP | Year: 2012
The International Radiation Protection Association (IRPA) has a membership of approximately 17,000 individuals who are members of 48 national societies in 60 countries worldwide. As such, IRPA's vision is to be recognised as the international voice of the radiation protection professional. This article will discuss elements of the outcome of the 12th International Congress of IRPA ('Focus on the future'), objectives and current activities of IRPA, criteria and priorities for the engagement of IRPA with international organisations, current IRPA initiatives in the areas of radiation protection culture and certification/qualification of radiation protection experts, planning for the 13th International Congress of IRPA, comments on the implementation of recent recommendations of the International Commission on Radiological Protection (ICRP), and suggestions about IRPA and ICRP collaboration in their implementation.IRPA recognises that ICRP is the international body to determine policy and to make recommendations for protection against ionising radiation, and IRPA is in a position to participate in and facilitate the implementation of those recommendations. © 2012.
Vaillant L.,La Redoute |
Bataille C.,La Redoute
Journal of Radiological Protection | Year: 2012
This article proposes a review of past and current ICRP publications dealing with the management of radon exposures. Its main objective is to identify and discuss the driving factors that have been used by the Commission during the last 50years so as to better appreciate current issues regarding radon exposure management. The analysis shows that major evolutions took place in very recent years. As far as the management of radon exposures is concerned, ICRP recommended, until ICRP Publication103 (ICRP 2007 ICRP Publication 103; Ann. ICRP 37), to use action levels and to consider only exposures above these levels. The Commission has reviewed its approach and now proposes to manage any radon exposure through the application of the optimisation principle and associated reference levels. As far as the assessment of the radon risk is concerned, it appears that the successive changes made by ICRP did not have a strong impact on the values of radon gas concentration recommended as action levels either in dwellings or in workplaces. The major change occurred in late 2009 with the publication of the ICRP Statement on Radon, which acknowledged that the radon risk has been underestimated by a factor of 2, thus inducing a major revision of radon reference levels. © 2012 IOP Publishing Ltd.
Evaluation of the detriment associated with exposure at low doses and low dose rates in the radiation protection system [Évaluation du détriment associéà l'exposition aux faibles doses et faibles débits de dose dans le système de radioprotection]
Vaillant L.,La Redoute |
Schneider T.,La Redoute
Environnement, Risques et Sante | Year: 2012
Questions about quantifying the radiological risk associated with exposure to ionising radiation have been debated repeatedly for a variety of exposure situations, including, among others, medical irradiation, discharges from nuclear facilities, transportation of radioactive waste, and potential nuclear accidents. This paper aims to shed light on the link between exposure and risk, focusing on the items that constitute the detriment associated with this exposure. The management of the risk associated with it relies on a cautious hypothesis of a linear no-threshold relation between exposure and risk of death or detriment. The International Commission on Radiological Protection (ICRP) published General Recommendations in 1966 that recognised this relation, but did not publish a quantification of the risk until 1977. The Commission introduced the concept of effective dose as a risk indicator that makes it possible to determine dose limits according to the risk associated with them. In 1990, the Commission proposed a revision of the quantification and construction of detriment. New limits, based on risk quantification and, for the first time, risk tolerability, were proposed. The optimisation of radiation protection - keeping radiation exposure as low as reasonably achievable in light of the economic and social context - became the key principle of the radiation protection system. The use of detriment makes it possible to use economic tools to guide the decision process for this optimisation - by assessing the monetary value of human life. This concept, widely used in health economics during the 1980s, has been criticised by many and must be used cautiously. ICRP published the latest quantifications of detriment in 2007. Detriment is thus an indicator that assesses the risk of death associated with exposure to ionising radiation for an average individual. Its construction relies on simplifying assumptions that are needed to implement a robust and effective radiation protection system.
News Article | January 9, 2012
French fashion retailer La Redoute has apologised over an image of a naked man behind a group of children advertising beachwear. Zoom in to the image and you'll see a totally naked man emerging from the sea. The image has been removed from the web site, but the advertisement for children's T-shirts has been captured on YouTube. La Redoute, the largest mail order company in France published an apology to avoid further fall out. "La Redoute apologizes for the photo published on its site and is taking steps to remove it. We have opted to delete all the posts including this picture. "We are aware that it may offend the sensibilities of surfers. We will strengthen the validation process of all brand communications so this can not happen again in the future." "Obviously everyone does not know that we have swimsuits from €9.99" Others have poked fun at the image using Photoshop to add the man to other images on the web. Parody images show the man in the sea with President Sarkozy. He has also appeared with other leaders. Cynics might think that the image went through all photographic and PR checks and was intended to be published like this but La Redoute disagrees. Emmanuelle Picard-Deyme said that 'an inquiry had been launched to determine how the mistake happened'. This could have been an intentional tactic to get more page views. Images of naked people, reflected in shiny objects such as kettles, mirrors and doors used to appear from time to time on auction web sites. These 'Reflectoporn' images became viral and were forwarded widely. Perhaps the man in the background was not even noticed by the editing team. France tends to have a relaxed attitude to nudity. Perhaps no one actually saw the extra person in the background. Whatever the error, it's certainly useful publicity for the online retailer. True to its 'everything is allowed' advertising campaign it may have been a deliberate ploy to drive brand awareness and reach. With the buzz generated on Twitter and Facebook, it certainly seems to have worked.