Sweet like chocolate…

November 2010
Vending International;Nov2010, Vol. 44 Issue 11, p12
The article explores the marketing strategies of the confectionery vending companies in Great Britain. It focuses on the strategies of Nestlé Professional UK Ltd. It suggests several techniques of maximizing sales which include stocking the right products, investing in innovative promotions and pursuing the consumer trends.


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