October 24, 2013

Seventh Continent

by Lisa
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for each violation of a price agreement to provide the lowest possible price on the market and the withdrawal of these products from their range. Thus, you will incur substantial financial losses due to fines, paid admission and marketing fees and lost profits, respectively, not to mention tainted reputation. Thus, paying a big entrance fee, having signed a contract with a large deferred payment, approving monthly bonus amounting to 5-7% by subscribing to participate in various promotional events throughout the year (an average of 5% -7% of the price participating in promotions and paying lump sums for the marketing part in the rally from 200 to 2000 Euro), assuming the return of unsold products in the network, paying for their work merchandisers or attracted networks, etc. company not having a significant "flexibility" may fall into a financial situation where its work in the market to supply these products in the network first level could be simply not viable. Penalties. In all networks and hypermarkets there a different number of penalties in relation to suppliers. This is particularly evident in retail chains such as Mosmart, Seventh Continent, Avoska etc. They can be very significant amount and significantly affect the profitability of your work with this network. Sometimes they make up 2-3 pages of text of the supply agreement and if they reapply for a month or during the on this product various promotions they are doubled. Not "play with fire, do not try to sign a treaty text to the network on those baselines, there are registered, remember – sometimes not read a word or phrase, left you have the proper attention, can cost you a fortune and lead to significant financial losses.


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