We have always said Volunteers are integral members of Conserve India’s Family. Time for one such opportunity!
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On that note, we also like to thank Ashoka for helping us to feature our requirement in LinkedIn. Thank you Ashoka!
You should be very much aware that distribution is not a simple affair. In that case, there will be many strategies to handle this complicated matter right!
Well, here is the list of some of the commonly used strategies.
1) Intensive Distribution Strategy
A strategy that aims to distribute the product to all the available outlets. A very useful technique when distribution is the key success factor.
2) Selective Distribution Strategy
A strategy that aims to distribute the product to a limited number of outlets in the geographical area. One of the biggest advantage of this approach is that producer can choose and focus the efforts on most appropriate or well performing outlets.
3) Exclusive Distribution Strategy
An extreme form of selective distribution strategy in which only single wholesaler or retailer or distributor is used for that particular geography. It is a technique used in case of luxury products to enhance the prestige of the products.
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Folks, Our September 2014 Newsletter is here. Happy Reading! – http://eepurl.com/2JG3f
Conserve India is really honored to share the name of Best Associate of August 2014 – “Ms. Dinakshi Arora, Biz Divas”.
We like to thank Ms. Dinakshi Arora for her valuable contribution to Conserve India. It was such a pleasure to work with her. Look forward to associate with her very soon.
And, Ms.Arora is not a new face to our ardent blog readers. The first acquaintance happened HERE