Retailers and Suppliers relationship workshop

Buyer power enables supermarkets to control their suppliers. Supermarkets have buyer power because they also have retailer power. In this workshop, we would examine the relationship between the two parties and would provide useful insights to manufacturers and distributors of A brands.

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Business Simulations

Go Simulate’s business games have been focused on the commercial realities of the business areas on which they have been targeted.

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Mogul – A Management Business Simulation

Mogul is a computer-based model that simulates a small manufacturing company that produces two products. The manufacturing process consists of forming plastic raw materials (sheets of plastic) into the finished consumer products.

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Micromatic – Business Simulation Game

The Micromatic Business Simulation Game is designed for use in both graduate and undergraduate Strategic Management courses. Micromatic allows players to experience the kinds of issues that are involved in managing a small manufacturing operation ($2 million to $4 million in annual sales).

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Maven – A Business Simulation Game

Maven is a great education tool. Maven is a computer-based model that simulates a small marketing company that sells up to two products in one, two, or three regions. The products are sold through retail markets to the general public.

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Developing Private Label’s Marketing Strategy & Tactics

Developing Private Label’s Marketing Strategy & Tactics

About this workshop

This two day workshop will provide insights on Private labels under the scope of Marketing. Additionally, the workshop focuses on the Merchandising & promotion of PL’s, the role of the Category Manager and Account Manager and the relationship that is developed between them.

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Effective Category Management

Effective Category Management & Assortment

About this workshop

This one day workshop will introduce delegates to space planning, assortment planning, visual merchandising and inventory management and how to use these tools in order to achieve efficiency in the management of product categories. Participants will be accustomed with key areas of category management and how to develop in-store propositions.

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Customer Service

Customer Care asks delegates to consider how to; attract new customers, retain their existing ones and sell more to all their customers. The course lasts for 8 hours and focuses on how to deliver customer service that ensures customers make return visits and receive excellent after-sales care.

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