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With media budgets constantly shrinking, marketers continue to tirelessly chase an ROI on their media spend while countless leading brands battle for increased sales. And this in a world of constant evolution, never-ending product innovation, emerging new technologies that ultimately lead to rapidly changing consumer preferences and vice versa. Most of us are going at full speed just to make sure we don’t lose ground to the competition.
Every year expectations rise leading up to the holiday season with sales forecasts looking very promising. It is the time of the year where most retailers across Australia are expecting new product lines to come in and therefore stock up in preparation for the year’s busiest season. However, there are some retailers who still have piles of excess stock taking over their warehouses while waiting to be sold.
We are witnessing a global trend of constant evolution, product innovation, emerging new technologies in an effort to meet the demands of rapidly changing consumer preferences. With more options available to consumers, product upgrades in demand, and new product launches, there is even more pressure on sales performance around the world.
Mr Wolf of Marketing Communication, Darren Wooley explains how TrinityP3 offer independent advise to clients and agencies on more effective ways to invest their media budget and more efficient ways of delivering the results.
Corporate trade companies have been around for many decades and have successfully helped thousands of businesses around the globe earn new-found revenue equalling billions of dollars.
Today, in an era of innovation and rapidly changing consumer preferences we see countless leading brands use Corporate Trade. In 2013 alone, 400,000 companies World Wide utilised their excess stock and underperforming assets, to earn an estimated USD12 Billion dollars in previously lost revenues*.