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WHY IS A TENANT WITH MORE SALES MORE PROFITABLE FOR THE MALL?10 POINTS FOR BEST ANSWER!.

WHY IS A TENANT WITH MORE SALES MORE PROFITABLE FOR THE MALL?10 POINTS FOR BEST ANSWER!. Topic: Small businesses case study
July 16, 2019 / By Darien
Question: Ace Bailey Doughnuts – a small chain of restaurants selling coffee and doughnuts. The chain has been in business for five years and has grown slowly but steadily. Annual sales per location: $1,100,000 Advertises on local radio, television and billboards, positioning itself as a friendly place where “the guys” can chat over coffee
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Breana Breana | 2 days ago
What tenant, what mall? This question is unanswerable because you've supplied no case study for us.
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Breana Originally Answered: The North Shore Mall In Peabody, MA, Where in the mall can I get a visa gift card?
This will make it easy for you. To find where the nearest participating retailer or bank to you is, simply visit the official Visa website at usa.visa.com/personal/cards/prepaid/visa... and select 'in person' then simply enter your zip code or city and you will be provided with a list of places offering the Visa Gift Card, along with a helpful map of the local area.

Alene Alene
Basically the more people through the door will help sell their goods, Having what they want like Doughnuts and coffee is what works for that shop :)
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Alene Originally Answered: What types of sales jobs give you the preferred sales experience that drug companies look for?
Below is a copy of an answer I posted recently to a question very similar to yours. Hopefully, it will help to answer your question. Best Answer - Chosen by Asker Sorry to hear your frustration, but it's true that pharma companies require at least 2 years of successful business-to-business sales experience. By "successful", they mean that they would like to see any documentation (authentic) to prove that you are actually good at selling your product. Unfortunately, in the eyes of the pharma industry, insurance sales is considered direct-to-consumer sales, not business-to-business. Other examples of sales that are categorized as such are retail sales, real estate, Mary Kay, Tupperware and AVON. No matter how excellent you were/are in any of these, it is almost always excluded as viable b2b sales experience. Good examples of b2b sales are Xerox, ADP, Enterprise Rent-A-Car (corporate sales), Coca-Cola, etc. Sorry, and good luck!
Alene Originally Answered: What types of sales jobs give you the preferred sales experience that drug companies look for?
Pharmaceutical sales is great, and good money. Any type of Outside Sales would be good experience, like going to places to sell stuff.

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