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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Apart from the all-time high gross gaming revenues (GGR) registered across all segments, Bloomberry's first quarter profitability was enhanced by P738 million in foreign exchange gains as well as lower promotional allowance and contra account margin, such as allowance for uncollectible receivables.
"The Company's remarkable performance in the first quarter of 2018 was the result of all-time high GGR (gross gaming revenues) registered across all segments and lower promotional allowance and contra account margin," Bloomberry said.
The key elements to form a supply contract include product; quantity; price or pricing mechanism, which may include regular price increases for the term of the contract; credit terms, delivery period or duration; vendor concessions, such as an early pay discount, rebate program and promotional allowance; and trade rules which may govern a transaction.
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.
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.
Martin's Press and Penquin U.S.A., in lawsuits charging violation of antitrust laws by offering preferential pricing and promotional allowance funds to chains.
Phil Wilson, manager of Gibson sales promotions, said the 1996 Great Buys plans offers promotional allowance on mid-line products.
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.
While the base item-level data provided by UCCnet is minimal, the process required to share this data serves as the first step in the ultimate goal of sharing cost and promotional allowance data.

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