promotional allowance

promotional allowance

a financial inducement which is offered by sellers of a product to wholesalers or retailers as a means of encouraging them to take part in a SALES PROMOTION campaign.
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As for the technicians, the minister said they would receive an increase of 66 percent of basic salary in addition to the promotional allowance for the grade.
If the concern is that retailers would become lax if they receive payment for service without any reference to the number of units sold, the better solution would be to monitor and police the service expectations underlying the promotional allowance.
17 SEC filing, which noted that "the United States Attorney for the Northern District of New York and the Securities and Exchange Commission [have] been conducting investigations relating to our promotional allowance practices and policies.
Ahold announced the irregularities were discovered in "the recognition of income including prepayment amounts related to US Foodservice's promotional allowance programmes", which it believed may exceed $500m.
Royal Ahold said that there had been overstatements of income related to promotional allowance programs at US Foodservice.
In addition to the valuable member benefits offered to your members, Alamo will pay a promotional allowance to qualified associations and provide free promotional support and materials to keep your members up to date on the latest deals.
By making virtually every price discount and promotional allowance subject to judicial review, it creates an environment in which the benefits of a more efficient retail organization and greater economies of scale can be negated, if not lost altogether in penalties.
I show why manufacturers need promotional allowance programs to obtain desired retailer services whether prices for their brands are deeply cut or maintained.
In the second example, "the buyer approaches the seller and says: 'If I buy over $50,000 worth of produce from you, I want a one percent rebate of the cost of the produce as a promotional allowance, which you will rebate to my firm quarterly.
The taxpayer's customers could participate by executing a merchandising agreement providing payment terms for the promotional allowance and requiring the customer to furnish proof of performance.
While promotional allowance decreased by 27 percent year-on-year to about P594.
Those who have been active in the development of these standards call the cost and promotional allowance standard the "crawl" stage of development, requiring much more time and discussion.

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