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promotion

  1. the means of bringing products to the attention of consumers and persuading them to buy those products. See PROMOTIONAL MIX, ADVERTISING, SALES PROMOTION, MERCHANDIZING, PERSONAL SELLING, PACKAGING, PUBLIC RELATIONS, CAMPAIGN OBJECTIVES.
  2. the elevation of a person to a position of greater authority and responsibility. See ORGANIZATION CHART.
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Promotional banks and investment platforms are stepping in across Europe to fill this gap but while the Commission focuses on national promotional banks, the CoR urges for local and regional solutions.
Shumsky Promotional has demonstrated its commitment to product safety by actively engaging its workforce and adopting a corporate culture prioritizing product safety compliance training and a commitment to continuing education.
Launched in March, "Promotional Consultant" has a controlled circulation of 20,000 promotional professionals including industry distributors and suppliers.
These courts have refused to confine advertising to widespread promotional materials and have instead suggested that advertising also could include one-on-one solicitation.
It's a lot of fun pitching these,'' said Dean Gorby, Promotional Partners' sales manager.
SRC Sheldon Reproduction Centre, a business offering office supplies and printing services, has expanded its product base and now provides promotional items, also known as "corporate gifts" or "company giveaways.
More and more, companies are accepting the use of logoed products, commonly called promotional products, as part of the mainstream brand strategies.
Apparel, accessories, imprinted items, printing services, promotional items, novelties
Moreover, the court ruled that the presence of the tangible promotional items and leased property in Tennessee was not sufficient to establish nexus.
In the past, manufacturers have implemented promotions with retailers through the use of case allowances: reduced prices for cases purchased by the retailer during a promotional period in return for promotional support such as special displays, advertisements, and reduced shelf prices.
The latest Blue Paper and podcast by promotional products retailer 4imprint[R] reviews practical tips from industry experts for determining whether promotional products are right for your organization and cites industry research on the types of promotional products that offer the greatest return on investment.
The show is designed to help business professionals learn how to supercharge their businesses' marketing efforts with promotional products.

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