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2. It costs a lot more time, money and resources to sell to multiple buyers as opposed to a single buyer. It becomes even more critical when selling to multiple buyers to have a formal qualification system in place and for you to apply it consistently.
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Marketers have long known that seeing a sign makes many people feel as though they have been given permission to spend freely; others feel that they are doing something virtuous in getting a deal. Fear of missing out syndrome may also be at play. Lot of the hype around Black Friday is driven by a sense of urgency on missing out on a deal, since it is so heavily advertised and talked about, said Chris Walsh, industry expert at Fusion Retail Analytics in Toronto.An analysis by personal finance website WalletHub looked at a number of Black Friday discounts in key categories, comparing prices from other times in the year with those on the annual shopping event.
Unions and big investors alike are demanding changes and Kmart has been the first to respond, pledging to open its overseas factories to scrutiny. Di Martin examines an industry that’s long resisted giving details of its supply chain.Australian retail giant Kmart has pledged to throw open the doors of its foreign factories to independent inspectors, following outrage over garment industry disasters in Bangladesh.In a first for a major Australian retailer, the company plans to reveal which factories it uses, allowing labour groups to check whether working conditions are ethical.Kmart’s managing director Guy Russo made the pledge to Background Briefing amid a media blitz by the company this week. His statements come on the back of months of community outrage following the death of 1,129Bangladeshi workers in the Rana Plaza collapse in April the single deadliest catastrophe in the history of the garment industry.The garment industry, long known for its exploitation of labour, has been redefined by graphic images of mutilated workers and mass graves following the tragedy, and rebadged in some quarters as ‘Fatal Fashion’.Kmart chief Guy Russo has also pledged to change the way his company conducts audits so workers can speak freely about abusive or unsafe conditions.