One-Stop Shop

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One-Stop Shop

A company that offers a wide variety of goods and/or services to a customer or client. For example, a retail store may sell everything from clothes to groceries to home appliances to electronics. Likewise, a bank may offer a client a checking account, investment advisory services, and insurance. One-stop shops aim to attract customers and clients by allowing them to save the time and energy they would otherwise spend going to different companies for different activities.
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DOLE setting up one-stop shop in POGO hubs !-- -- Mayen Jaymalin (The Philippine Star) - August 13, 2019 - 12:00am MANILA, Philippines The Department of Labor and Employment (DOLE) is setting up one-stop shops to accommodate the rising number of foreign nationals seeking employment atPhilippine offshore gaming operator (POGO) companies.
(TAP) - One-stop shops dedicated to finalising travel formalities to the holy shrines for the 2019 pilgrimage season (1440 Hegira) were opened on Monday in all governorates of the Republic.
Senator Sonny Angara is urging the setting up of one-stop shops for relief goods and foreign donations for calamity victims.
The DOLE is setting up one-stop shops for job seekers so they can easily access our free employment facilitation services.
PTCL's nation-wide One-Stop Shops are considered the public face of the company.
The strategically placed 191 One-Stop Shops (OSS) of PTCL are the public face of the company, which facilitate the customers by offering them quality products and services in bills collection, fault rectification, new service requests, duplicate bills, billing instalments all under one roof.
Going to Wirral one-stop shops, which can provide advice, information, leaflets and can access appointments from any location;.
Should one-stop shops' be put in place on major rail freight corridors and who would decide the allocation of slots for international freight trains?
One-stop shops and customer service access points will be established in towns across the county - to deal with things such as rent, waste permits, renewing library books and applying for disabled parking permits.
Anyone living in Coventry is welcome to discuss what facilities they would like to see in One-stop shops, and so far residents, children's clubs and community groups have put forward their ideas.
Given these space challenges, some schools now offer their one-stop shops virtually, allowing students online access to view their information, submit forms, and make certain changes through the web.
The Chestnut Centre community facility on Chestnut Street in Deighton looks set to house another of the one-stop shops.