International wedding accessory company has central Alberta roots

MEDICINE HAT, Alta. – Spring brings showers, flowers, and dreams of the perfect wedding, complete with the perfect table settings, decorative bows, aisle runners and stationary holders.

But many couples heading for the altar might be surprised to learn that the founder of the global company that’s supplying the decorations for their special day – right down to personalized bride-and-groom figurines for their wedding cakes – got his start in the business when he was still playing in the rough-and-tumble world of junior hockey.

Meet Rick Brink of Weddingstar, a company with 70 employees and warehouses in North America, Europe and Australia with its headquarters in an unlikely location – just outside Medicine Hat, Alberta.

Even people in Medicine Hat are surprised to find out it’s home to a world headquarters of matrimonial supplies.

“There’s people in Medicine Hat who don’t know about us. They wonder what this big building is on the highway. They’re surprised we’re doing this here out on the Prairie,” Brink said in a recent interview while sitting in his office.

Brink has never felt the need to move to a bigger centre because it’s easy to ship products by courier from Medicine Hat.

Need flameless battery-operated tea lights for your reception? Weddingstar will ship them to you. Are you a professional wedding planner or a wedding supply store and need just the right basket for the flower girl to carry? Weddingstar develops up to 200 ideas into products every year, which it commissions factories to produce.

Weddingstar has even arranged a partnership this year for a line of products with celebrity wedding planner Preston Bailey. And the company prints its own magazine that is available at supermarkets and pharmacies across the country.

“Everything but the dress,” Brink says of his business.

But back in the early 1980s, Brink, who was born in Medicine Hat and is the son of a police officer, was a hard-working hockey player for Medicine Hat Tigers as well as the University of Calgary Dinos. He later got a contract in Europe for Esbjerj, a team in Denmark, where he played for two years.

It was a world that conjures up images of the 1970s classic hockey movie “Slapshot.” Just like Reggie Dunlop, the main character in the movie played by Paul Newman, Brink was player and coach of his Esbjerk team.

But like a couple of newlyweds, Brink had big dreams of a bright future, and while he was still playing in Europe he was on the lookout for possible business ventures. He was thinking he could make a quick buck by buying chocolate Christmas advent calendars in Denmark and reselling them in Canada, but while he was searching for suitable manufacturers, a teammate connected him with a company that made folding paper Santas and Easter bunnies, as well as paper bells.

Brink says he brought a container full of them back to Canada, but he was so green in business that he didn’t even know he had to pay import duties. His second problem was that customers wanted the paper bells to be different colours because they thought they’d be good for weddings.

It wasn’t long before Brink stopped selling Christmas and Easter decorations and switched completely to wedding supplies. He brought back something else from Europe the following year that also helped with his business — his wife, Helle, who was an accountant.

“All over the world brides want a personalized wedding. People want to see their names on things. They want their colours on things,” Brink says about why people buy his products.

In the early days, Brink and his father cruised the back alleys of Medicine Hat for cardboard boxes that they could use for shipping. Those days, though, are far behind them.

Last month, Weddingstar announced that Preston Bailey would design an exclusive collection of wedding reception tabletop accessories. Bailey, based in New York, plans wedding decorations for celebrities and has a client list that ranges from Jennifer Hudson to Donald Trump. He’s written bestselling books with titles like “Fantasy Weddings” and “Design for Entertaining.”

A typical wedding he would plan costs well into the six-figures, Brink says. But Bailey, in a news release about the partnership, said the deal would help make personalized weddings more affordable.

“I am thrilled to be partnering with Weddingstar, a company I have long admired for their impressive selection of Quality wedding products and accessories,” Bailey said.

“Every bride deserves to have her dream wedding, and we want to help.”

Brink says the most unusual request Weddingstar has received has been from a nudist couple who requested a bride-and-groom cake topper where the figurines were, well, wearing neither a wedding dress nor a tuxedo. He says he had to turn them down, not because it was too freaky, but because he didn’t think he’d be able to sell the minimum number he’d have to order from the factory.

Shannen Doherty Calls Married Life ‘Phenomenal’

Shannen Doherty Calls Married Life 'Phenomenal' | Shannen Doherty

Kurt Iswarienko and Shannen Doherty

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Shannen Doherty’s new reality show Shannen Says chronicles one of the most stressful and anxiety-ridden times in a couple’s life – the wedding-planning process.

But now, nearly six months after marrying photographer Kurt Iswarienko, the actress says newlywed life is all that it’s cracked up to be.

“Things couldn’t be better. Married life is amazing, and I can only say that because of my partner, because of Kurt,” Doherty, 40, told PEOPLE Thursday on a conference call with reporters to promote her new show.

“He woke up this morning and went surfing and it’s the little things – it’s when he comes home, and the first thing he does is comes in my office and wraps his arms around me and says, ‘I love you, I missed you,’ even though he was only gone for two hours.”

“It’s a relationship I’ve dreamed about my entire life, and it’s the closest thing that I’ve ever had to what my parents had, which was so unbelievably beautiful and special,” said Doherty. “So, married life is phenomenal.”

Of course, it also takes place in the real world, fights and all. “It’s not all roses and rainbows and butterflies,” she says of their relationship as it’s depicted on the new series. “It is a real, honest relationship.”

Doherty has been married twice before, to Ashley Hamilton and Rick Salomon, and both were short-lived unions. But as the actress told PEOPLE in 2010, she has great faith in the institution.

“I believe in marriage as a whole because my parents were married for 43 years, so I have the best example in the world of what marriage can be,” she said.

“Marriage to me is such a gigantic commitment that it’s not something I’d ever go into lightly anymore,” she added. “I’ve learned my lesson.”

Shannen Says premieres Tuesday, April 10, at 10 p.m. ET on WEtv.



How Pinterest Can Help Your Business

There is a lot of chatter going on these days around the social platform Pinterest. The virtual pinboard allows users to organize and share things of interest to them. In addition, people can browse boards created by others to uncover new ideas and get inspiration.

Account holders may use the site to plan a wedding, uncover new recipes, discover fun DIY projects made from pallets and much more. One thing is for sure, Pinterest is filled with endless possibilities! According to comScore, the site is predominately used by woman, and users spend more time each day on the site compared to Facebook and Twitter. Moreover, it has the highest referral traffic compared to LinkedIn, Google+ and YouTube.

Does this mean you should create a business account? Before jumping on the bandwagon, determine if Pinterest is a good fit for your company. Are your customers on the site? What is your strategy? Do you own a boutique and want to share photos of your latest fashion styles? If you offer products and services that fit into categories users typically search, it could be a great marketing tool to increase brand awareness and grow website traffic.

If Pinterest appears to be a good fit for your organization, here’s how to get started:

1) Request an invitation. To open an account, you must first be invited.

2) Get acclimated. Before devising any boards and pinning, play around with the site and get familiarized. Learn what the difference is between a “pin,” “re-pinning” and “like.” 

3) Create boards. Produce boards that represent your products and services. Target has boards that feature things for kids, food, clothing and baby items. In addition, don’t hold back from creating other boards that reveal more about your brand. For example, Whole Foods Market features a board dedicated to its foundation.

4) Download the “pin it” button. Once downloaded and installed in your browser, users will be able to grab, or “pin,” any image from a web site and add it to one of their boards. Make sure you label the pin so users know what the image is and categorize it under the appropriate board. 

5) Engage. Like any other site, it’s important to connect with people. Follow your fans and learn more about their likes. This is a great opportunity to gather information on user preferences.

So how does this lead to increased web site traffic? Simple. If you click on a pin the first time, you’ll be taken to the photo of the item. However, if you click on the pin again, users will be taken to the original source: your website, where they can learn about the product and hopefully make a purchase.

Hana Abaza, the co-founder and CEO of Wedding Republic, was interviewed by Inc. Magazine and shared that she recently saw a 75 percent increase in web site traffic, with Pinterest accounting for the majority of that.

If Pinterest is the right fit for you, there’s definitely the opportunity to attract more eyeballs to your web site and increase brand awareness.

Need a special figurine for your wedding cake? Call Alberta!

MEDICINE HAT, Alta. – Spring brings showers, flowers, and dreams of the perfect wedding, complete with the perfect table settings, decorative bows, aisle runners and stationary holders.

But many couples heading for the altar might be surprised to learn that the founder of the global company that’s supplying the decorations for their special day _ right down to personalized bride-and-groom figurines for their wedding cakes _ got his start in the business when he was still playing in the rough-and-tumble world of junior hockey.

Meet Rick Brink of Weddingstar, a company with 70 employees and warehouses in North America, Europe and Australia with its headquarters in an unlikely location _ just outside Medicine Hat, Alta.

Even people in Medicine Hat are surprised to find out it’s home to a world headquarters of matrimonial supplies.

“There’s people in Medicine Hat who don’t know about us. They wonder what this big building is on the highway. They’re surprised we’re doing this here out on the Prairie,” Brink said in a recent interview while sitting in his office.

Brink has never felt the need to move to a bigger centre because it’s easy to ship products by courier from Medicine Hat.

Need flameless battery-operated tea lights for your reception? Weddingstar will ship them to you. Are you a professional wedding planner or a wedding supply store and need just the right basket for the flower girl to carry? Weddingstar develops up to 200 ideas into products every year, which it commissions factories to produce.

Weddingstar has even arranged a partnership this year for a line of products with celebrity wedding planner Preston Bailey. And the company prints its own magazine that is available at supermarkets and pharmacies across the country.

“Everything but the dress,” Brink says of his business.

But back in the early 1980s, Brink, who was born in Medicine Hat and is the son of a police officer, was a hard-working hockey player for Medicine Hat Tigers as well as the University of Calgary Dinos. He later got a contract in Europe for Esbjerj, a team in Denmark, where he played for two years.

It was a world that conjures up images of the 1970s classic hockey movie “Slapshot.” Just like Reggie Dunlop, the main character in the movie played by Paul Newman, Brink was player and coach of his Esbjerk team.

But like a couple of newlyweds, Brink had big dreams of a bright future, and while he was still playing in Europe he was on the lookout for possible business ventures. He was thinking he could make a quick buck by buying chocolate Christmas advent calendars in Denmark and reselling them in Canada, but while he was searching for suitable manufacturers, a teammate connected him with a company that made folding paper Santas and Easter bunnies, as well as paper bells.

Brink says he brought a container full of them back to Canada, but he was so green in business that he didn’t even know he had to pay import duties. His second problem was that customers wanted the paper bells to be different colours because they thought they’d be good for weddings.

It wasn’t long before Brink stopped selling Christmas and Easter decorations and switched completely to wedding supplies. He brought back something else from Europe the following year that also helped with his business — his wife, Helle, who was an accountant.

“All over the world brides want a personalized wedding. People want to see their names on things. They want their colours on things,” Brink says about why people buy his products.

In the early days, Brink and his father cruised the back alleys of Medicine Hat for cardboard boxes that they could use for shipping. Those days, though, are far behind them.

Last month, Weddingstar announced that Preston Bailey would design an exclusive collection of wedding reception tabletop accessories. Bailey, based in New York, plans wedding decorations for celebrities and has a client list that ranges from Jennifer Hudson to Donald Trump. He’s written bestselling books with titles like “Fantasy Weddings” and “Design for Entertaining.”

A typical wedding he would plan costs well into the six-figures, Brink says. But Bailey, in a news release about the partnership, said the deal would help make personalized weddings more affordable.

“I am thrilled to be partnering with Weddingstar, a company I have long admired for their impressive selection of Quality wedding products and accessories,” Bailey said.

“Every bride deserves to have her dream wedding, and we want to help.”

Brink says the most unusual request Weddingstar has received has been from a nudist couple who requested a bride-and-groom cake topper where the figurines were, well, wearing neither a wedding dress nor a tuxedo. He says he had to turn them down, not because it was too freaky, but because he didn’t think he’d be able to sell the minimum number he’d have to order from the factory.

Justin Timberlake & Jessica Biel Planning Big Summer Wedding

Justin Timberlake  Jessica Biel Planning Big Summer Wedding | Jessica Biel, Justin Timberlake

Jessica Biel and Justin Timberlake

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Justin Timberlake and Jessica Biel have kept a low profile about their engagement, but the couple are pulling out all the stops for their big day, a source tells PEOPLE.

“Justin and Jessica are planning a big [summer] wedding,” a source close to the pair tells PEOPLE. “Jessica initially wanted a smaller, more intimate wedding, but Justin from the beginning wanted a big wedding and that’s what they have decided on.”

According to the source, Timberlake, 31, and Biel, 30 – who’ve recently been spending time together in Atlanta where he’s shooting Trouble with the Curve – have decided they want to “include all their friends” in the celebration, says the source.

Biel, who was seen sporting her engagement ring last month, has yet to decide on her dress, the source notes, but the actress is “very involved” in planning the ceremony.

As for the groom, the source says: “Justin has promised her the best day ever.”




Leah McCoy of MyGownPreservation.com Dishes on the Real Story Behind the …

An expert in the wedding gown preservation business comments on the intriguing details of the wedding dress featured in the latest “Twilight” series from the unique perspective of an industry insider.

Binghamton, NY (PRWEB) April 06, 2012

As “Twilight: Breaking Dawn” DVD and Blu-ray sales top the series previous installment, “Twilight: Eclipse”, the buzz around the movie is beginning to heat up once again. One of the unsung heroes of the movie, Bella’s exquisitely fashioned wedding dress, has become a trending topic as brides begin preparations for spring and summer weddings.

With the exception of Kate Middleton’s big to-do, watching Bella officially choose the vampire over the werewolf has been one of the most anticipated moments of the year for teenage fans across the country. The movie’s trailer left many wondering what a girl is to wear when marrying a 100+ year old vampire in front of his vampire family. The answer is, of course, a wedding gown designed by none other than Carolina Herrera, fashion designer for the stars.

In a recent article published by Town Country, Carolina stated that lead actress Kristen Stewart was “visually emotional” when trying the dress on for the first time. Whether this response was due to the fact that the actress was caught up in the thought of wearing her own wedding dress someday, or whether she was just getting into her role, is left to our imaginations.

The gown Carolina exclusively crafted for the latest in the Twilight series features an open back design adorned with delicate lace as well as quarter length laced sleeves giving the gown a distinct “vintage glamour” feel. After Carolina finished the dress, she presented it to the production team where it received the nod of approval from Twilight series author Stephenie Meyer. “It’s such an interesting mix,” Meyer told USA Today. “It has a vintage feel, but at the same time, there’s an edge to it. It’s really beautiful. And then on Kristen – oh, she looks amazing in clothes – and in that dress she’s so lithe and unbelievable.”

Carolina is no newcomer in the fashion world having created timeless garments for the likes of Christina Hendricks and Kathleen Turner. In Carolina’s own, always elegant words:

“We did three fittings. When she initially put on the dress and looked over her shoulder into the mirror, she was very moved. In that moment she was not an actress or a character in a film but instead a bride, and a happy one at that.”

What happens to a famous gown worn on a movie set after production wraps up?

“Normally every famous textile from a set is cleaned and preserved to not only remove any stains acquired while filming, but also to prevent future yellowing of the fabric”, said Leah McCoy, the owner of MyGownPreservation.com. “We’re proud to have preserved a variety of wedding gowns for many well known celebrities as well as lavish garments from television shows such as Dancing with the Stars.”

Will the production crew be getting this particular dress from “Eclipse: Breaking Dawn” cleaned or preserved?

“More than likely, no,” says Leah, “We’re certain every little spec of dirt or sweat mark will be cherished forever by the star-struck fan lucky enough to acquire the dress in the event it is auctioned off”.

About MyGownPreservation.com

Those mere mortals who aren’t especially interested in cherishing their own sweat marks and dirt stains can visit http://www.mygownpreservation.com to order their own Wedding Gown Preservation Kit. You might not be a celebrity yourself, but you can treat your dress like one with a premium wedding dress preservation from their team of experts.

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One Minute Buzz: The Latest on Kim Dating Kanye, Big Wedding Plans & More! (VIDEO)




Which star couple is planning a big summer wedding? What’s the latest on Kim Kardashian and Kanye West? Watch the One Minute Buzz to find out! 

Celebuzz catches you up on the week’s big stories with an entire entertainment experience in just 60 seconds!

Also this week, bikini bumps! See which celeb showed off her growing belly down in the Dominican Republic: 


Kim, Kourtney, and the Jenner Girls Bikini in the Dominican REpublic

Kim Kardashian, Kourtney Kardashian and Jenner Girls Bikini in the Dominican Republic

Kim Kardashian, Kourtney Kardashian and Jenner Girls Bikini in the Dominican Republic

Kim Kardashian, Kourtney Kardashian and Jenner Girls Bikini in the Dominican Republic

Kim Kardashian, Kourtney Kardashian and Jenner Girls Bikini in the Dominican Republic

Kim Kardashian, Kourtney Kardashian and Jenner Girls Bikini in the Dominican Republic

Kim Kardashian, Kourtney Kardashian and Jenner Girls Bikini in the Dominican Republic

Plus, where is That ’70s Show star Lisa Robin Kelly now? To find out the latest on her legal troubles, just press play! 

A marriage made in heaven

It’s an open wedding invitation to the world from one group of savvy Prince Edward Island businesswomen.

These local vendors, all of whom are in the wedding industry, have married their talents to promote the Island as a prime wedding destination.

Their stylized wedding photo shoots, at locales such as North Rustico Harbour, Cavendish, Woodleigh Replicas and Charlottetown, have been published on major online wedding blogs and in publications, such as Style Me Pretty, Wedding Bells Magazine, Wedding Chicks, 100 Layer Cake and more.

And their personally created package deals include the finest they have to offer in trend-setting décor, stationary, hair, makeup, photography, accessories, cakes and more.

“It’s definitely not small potatoes,” smiles Alisha Stephen of Love Charlie Custom Millinery and Accessories.

“Our images are being seen around the world multiple, multiple thousands of times so they can get ideas for their wedding,” adds Rachel Peters of Rachel Peters Photography.

Peters got this collaborative wedding services ball rolling a little more than a year ago when she began recruiting people for a photo shoot that would showcase their talents and capture all the elements that make P.E.I. special.

“People are always talking about these exotic destinations (for weddings elsewhere), but P.E.I. is such an exotic destination,” says Kim Roach of Kim Roach Stationary Designs.

The idea for what they called The P.E.I. Shoot was to emphasize how easy and accommodating a wedding here can be and how, like most destination weddings, it can be very cost effective with travel, wedding and honeymoon all in the same destination.

“Basically, we create a whole wedding (for the shoot),” says Peters, who sent the images to wedding-focused blogs and magazines in the hopes they would be published.

“(It’s targeted for) people (who) can either come to the Island to be married or for people Islandwide who are looking for vendors,” says Jennifer Prinz of City View Bakehouse.

Shoots for a P.E.I. Princess Wedding, a Roaring Twenties Wedding and a Made with Love in the Winter wedding followed.

“The idea was to showcase weddings in P.E.I. and then be able to showcase how we can all come together — (to highlight) what vendors are here on the Island and to show what work we can do for these great weddings,” says Prinz, who was contacted by a bride-to-be in Nebraska about her nautical cake design, which featured edible rope and sand dollar detailing.

The woman requested a shipment of some sand dollar detailing for her cake maker to use for a similar cake design.

“It was amazing, this little town in Nebraska and they saw our work and wanted to recreate it,” she says.

The women say amazing weddings that are being done elsewhere can also just as easily be created on P.E.I. because all the resources are now available here.

“They all look through magazines. They all look through (online resources) and say, ‘Oh, I really want that, but I’m here (on the Island).’ And I think we’re here to prove that it can be done here and it can be done just as beautifully, if not more beautifully,” says wedding co-ordinator Jennifer Clark of Kiss the Bride.

A marvelous memento of their collaborative wedding talents is the wedding album itself, which encapsulates images of all exquisite stationary, cake and décor details and more, as well as the bride and groom in some not-so-typical poses.

“You want the album to tell the story because there are so many things that you don’t remember on the day of your wedding that it’s really nice to have that, to sit back and (reflect later on),” says Roach.

The businesswomen are still reeling from their online success in getting their P.E.I. wedding shoots out there. They’re planning another shoot, the theme of which is a closely guarded secret. And this summer they’re working on the first real joint wedding project.

The photos are also posted on their websites, blogs and/or Facebook pages so it allows them to present to the public a view of what they can do to make their wedding extra special.

“(People) are finding us online but now they’re realizing that we’re here (on P.E.I.),” Stephen says.

“It’s showing people our best.”

“Say Yes to the Dress Atlanta” Recaps (4/6/12): Divine Intervention and the …


Say Yes to the Dress Atlanta

“Say Yes to the Dress Atlanta” with Bridals by lori

Tonight on “Say Yes to the Dress Atlanta” it is about divine intervention and Lori’s ten commandments to buying a wedding gown.

In the first episode, Lori and Monte talk to the consultants about fate and how when it steps in, you step aside and it seems to be the theme for those who are shopping for their “perfect” dress today. First on the runway is Maranda Wyatt and he upcoming marriage to Jeff Yoder, who she will meet for the first time on the day of the wedding…in fact, just before the exchange of the vows! She is from Florida and he is from Ohio; they met online through mutual friends (now that is divine intervention and the sound of angel harps proves it).

Her wedding is in eight days so she needs to find an “off the rack” gown needing no alterations in a style which is as unique as she. Her budget is $2,000. Wedding consultant Robin has her work cut out for her as Maranda starts immediately nixing all white gowns after trying on an ivory fit and flair with lots of silver bling. She decides she wants silver but the grey gown gets criticism from her entourage. Lori to the rescue as she goes to the basement to pull a one-of-a-kind red ballgown which Maranda (and her group) falls in love with and guess what? It needs no alterations! It is a “yes” to this unique dress.

Across the shop, Cindy is tangling with three Southern mamas who have a pageant girl looking for her dress after already trying on 70 gowns. It will take a miracle to solve this search. Miah Johnson is to marry high school sweetheart Zane Powell but needs to find “the dress.” Her budget is $2,500. The first fit and flair draws boos from the gallery as they feel it is a pageant dress, not a bridal gown. The second plain gown draws tears and breathlessness from the bride who finally sees herself as one but mama only thinks it rates as number two. Fit to be tied, Lori has Miah try on the gown her mother actually picked out which is another fit and flair with a ruched body and guess what? She loves it and is even more surprised when she finds out it was mama’s choice! This is a definite “yes” to the miracle dress #73.

The second episode is all about Lori’s ten commandments to buying a wedding gown. They are known as the “Bridal Rules of Dixie”~

  • #10 – “Thou shalt keep the bride’s eye on the prize.” The bride this applied to was Karina Smirnoff from “Dancing with the Stars” who came in with no budget and loved every dress she tried on! Finally, she was convinced to purchased a beautiful Lazaro gown.
  • #9 – “Thou shalt not let the bride overshop.” This applied to Amanda Sherman who came to her appointment after previously trying on 150 dresses. Seriously?
  • #8 – “Thou shalt keep an open mind.” This commandment applied to Julianna who came in looking for the dress Pippa Middleton wore to the wedding of Prince William and her sister, Kate Middleton. She settled on a very traditional Italian lace gown.
  • #7 – “Thou shalt leave the past behind.” This commandment was typified with bride, Rebecca Bladeosingh, whose first husband was killed in Iraq and she was having difficulty letting go until the team showed her how.
  • #6 – “Honor thy mother and father…up to a point.” This was the theme for Jolee McLean whose traditional Filipino mother thought sexy meant trashy until Jolee put her foot down and bought the dress she loved!
  • #5 – “Honor thy bride’s opinion over all others.” This very valid commandment came in to play when Alexa Carpenter faced off with her gay best friend, Trey, who had an affinity against lace.
  • #4 – “UNKNOWN.” It has something to do with Pamela Kennedy whose pageant parents made her feel horrendous until she claimed this was the dress she was getting whether they liked it or not.
  • #3 – “Thou shalt not bring thy fiance’s ex.” Yasmine Ferguson went head-to-head with Jody Green, the ex-girlfriend of her fiance when she told her she did not look good in any of the dresses…until she came out in one she loved!
  • #2 – “Thou shalt not covet a dress outside thy budget.” Although Shamika came in with a $1,500 budget, she fell in love with a $5,000 dress which accentuated her apple bottom. Lori was not about to allow her to leave heartbroken, so she reduced it 30% and the rest of her bridal party agreed to pitch in to help with the rest. Now those are friends!
  • #1 – “Thou shalt leave thy fiance at home.” Nothing rang more true than for E’Terica Banks whose fiance complained about everything stating he hated ball gowns. Men…they know NOTHING about fashion!

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