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Adika

I don’t leave reviews- ever but, the logistics need some major twerking. I think Adika clothes are super cute but the business will lose profit if they don’t adjust there accessibility and supply to customer demand. It’s really frustrating that there is not filter by size. Every time I like an item of clothing, by the time it finally loads there is never any size smalls. It’s a waste of time to even look on the site. You won’t find small if you are limited on time. They need to add a filter by size and consider increasing there supply in products that sell out quickly. Otherwise they are losing customer and ultimately money

Prof. Gordon Senanu Kwame Adika received a PhD in Linguistics from the University of Ghana in 1999 after his MPhil in English and Applied Linguistics from the University of Cambridge, Research Centre for English and Applied Linguistics (1992). He started his academic career in 1990 as a Teaching Assistant in the Department of English and later joined the Language Centre as Junior Research Fellow. He is currently an Associate Professor and the Director of the Language Centre. Prof.Adika teaches academic writing to undergraduate and graduate students and acts as consultant on many inter-collegiate projects upgrading scholarly work. His research focuses on academic discourse and literacy and English as a medium of instruction in second language contexts. (Source: lc.ug.edu.ghwww.glossy.co)

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Adika opened a pop-up in New York City in November as part of the brand’s U.S. expansion plan, following temporary pop-ups in Los Angeles and Austin earlier last year. In March 2019, the company opened up online sales and shipping to customers in the U.S. and Europe, after selling 1.8 million items in Israel alone in 2018. The company first launched in 2011.

Adika opened a pop-up in New York City in November as part of the brand’s U.S. expansion plan, following temporary pop-ups in Los Angeles and Austin earlier last year. In March 2019, the company opened up online sales and shipping to customers in the U.S. and Europe, after selling 1.8 million items in Israel alone in 2018. The company first launched in 2011. (Source: www.glossy.co)

 

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