Vladimir Churkin is a visual merchandizer of Helen Marlen Group and 15 shop windows are at his command. Vladimir tells us how to make a person buy, about special flowers in the vase, about predictable fashion and why shop window creation is so expensive.
Former sales clerk in a duty free shop of Kiev airport tells us about salespeople shortlisting on the basis of appearance, Russian-speaking clients in spirits department, why the employees cannot buy at work and who pays for the broken bottle of whiskey.
The way that the work of modern taxi driver is: gas powered vehicles, fines, minimum tariffs. The way that gypsy cab drivers worked in the USSR. 75-year-old Anna Ivanovna tells about her 45 years of taxi driving experience. Taxi drivers from different countries share the specifics of their occupation.
Said is a Syrian who moved to Kiev several years ago and sells gyro next to Druzhby Narodov metro station. He tells us why it is exclusively men’s work, about his immunity to burns, what the gyro-sellers have for dinner and what meat gyrates on a skewer in his kiosk.
Not everyone but only sportsmen and golf-lovers know about caddy profession. The People got to know who carries the clubs of professional players, what the weight of a golfers’ bag is, how dangerous can a ball be and why the player need psychologist’s support.
Vladimir Nikolaievich is a retired lieutenant colonel of the Ukrainian special service. He is well over 60, and as the most of his colleagues carrying shoulder straps did, he became a private eye. It sounds romantic like in a crime fiction – “private detective”!
Everything that I have now is not the manna from the heaven. Even in school I needed extra money. My father told me that he would cover all the expenses for studies, but if I wanted to go out with girls I had to concern myself with it.
An expert in wig-making with 20 years of experience, Nataliia Korol, tells about a 15 000 dollars wig, about the price of 1 kilo of selected hair, how much time a master needs to make one wig and about a client who bought a wig to pass passport control in the airport.
Elya Kovtun, a girl with ten years of face control experience tells us whom she will never let to attend the club, about clubbers, ski thermal underwear, revenge of 'not allowed', bribes and fashion-advices.