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Erina company outfoxing shoplifters

Posted by Edgar Adams on 3 June 2020
Erina company outfoxing shoplifters
In the retail trade its called 'shrinkage,' but it is straight out theft. An Australian-based study (Profit Protection Future Forum,) has found that shoplifting is surging, with major retailers losing over $3.3 billion last year alone. It is so prevalent that it has spawned an entire industry with shoplifters working together and operating their own how-to-steal websites," says Robert Bodill, Co-owner and Managing Director of Erina based manufacturer of a new innovative anti-...
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Bambi flat out selling Australian Made

Posted by Edgar Adams on 3 June 2020
Bambi flat out selling Australian Made

Bambi Enterprises, manufacturers of bedding products, at West Gosford is riding the Australian Made wave as consumers turn away from imported products as a result of the coronavirus. Managing Director, Peter Witney, said online sales had gone through the roof, mostly because people are looking for Australian made products. "At the same time our sales through Harvey Norman are going gangbusters and that is because they have remained open right through the 'lockdown'. Cus...
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Protective Fencing sails through COVID-19 crisis

Posted by Edgar Adams on 3 June 2020
Protective Fencing sails through COVID-19 crisis
One of the most talked about issues to emerge from the COVID-19 crisis has been Australia's dependence on overseas manufactured goods. The much vaunted idea that globalisation would be the panacea to all of Australia's supply needs from cheap medicines to chemicals and all sorts of manufactured goods from China and the rest of Asia has proved to be a myth. With supply chains being disrupted and the dollar dropping through the floor those businesses who opted for lower quality an...
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Exporting Australian art from Terrigal

Posted by Edgar Adams on 3 June 2020
Exporting Australian art from Terrigal
When Kerry-Anne Blanket opened KAB Gallery under Crowne Plaza Terrigal in 2013 she had a very clear vision as to what she wanted to achieve and how to get there. KAB Gallery would be collectable art specialists for the Central Coast with a medium term focus on international sales growth of investment art by Australia's top artists. Her business plan clearly set out a targeted digital marketing plan with a website that provides potential buyers with all the information they need to b...
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Local spice merchant to present online at The Oxford

Posted by Edgar Adams on 3 June 2020
Local spice merchant to present online at The Oxford
The Oxford Symposium on Food & Cookery is an annual event held in the UK to celebrate, explore and share food research by scholars, enthusiastic amateurs, writers and chefs from around the world. For almost 40 years the Symposium has been a weekend conference on Food and Cookery, held annually in Oxford, most recently at St. Catherine's College. This year proposals were requested to present a paper on the cultural and culinary impact of Herbs and Spices in the context of food and ...
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