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Xiaoshan: Appliances “tm” Breaking Six Million Sales

Article by hi joiney

Appliances ” TM to “Half Sell Breaking billion TV The hottest selling machine, accounting for half of sales Appliances in our region, “TM” to carry out more than six months, total sales of five types of home appliances “TM” products 28 146 units, sales amounted to 115 million yuan, the average monthly sales increasing 40%. Five products, TV’s most popular, sold a total of 14,131 units, sales amounted to 66.2594 million yuan, accounting for 57.42% of total sales. Appliance “TM” start to work not only brings tangible benefits to ordinary people, but also to our region’s recycling business, selling business brings new opportunities. This reporter recently learned from the District Board of Trade, I start the appliance area, “TM” just over six months ended March 23, total sales of five types of home appliances “TM” products 28 146 units, sales amounted to more than 115 million yuan, the financial sector has made up to 4.4809 million yuan subsidy funds. Hsiao recovery through network, recycling Jiu Jiadian 23,816 units. Average monthly sales increasing 40% With my area of the appliance”TM” increasing the degree of policy advocacy, home appliances, “TM” in improving our region’s overall level of sales home appliances, but also gradually developed a consumer appliance market a new pattern. According to statistics, from January 1 to March 23 only, “TM” type appliance sales reached 17,360 units, achieving sales of 70.3932 million yuan, from mid-September last year, I zone start the appliance “TM” has sales in 6 months time, the average monthly increase of about 40%. By “TM” means sales of home appliance sales were on an upward trend in monthly, also brought home appliances “TM” product of the rising market share. It is understood that only in January this year, in February, our region through the “TM” means the total sales of household appliances appliance sales up 34.75% of total sales; the same time, remove the non-subsidized product sales category, the “to a new leaf “product sales in the sales of similar products account for nearly 70%. TV sales accounted for more than halfPresent, appliances in our region, “TM” products, including televisions, computers,Air conditioning, Refrigerator (Including freezers), Washing machine Five. Yesterday (March 25) afternoon, in the city, a support appliance “TM” supermarket of home appliances, the reporter saw Mr. Zhao Xin, who is the selection of suitable support appliances “TM” in TV. 10 minutes later, Mr. Zhao has chosen a more than 2900 yuan a certain brand 32-inch LCD TV. “Meet ‘TM to’, just the home that replaced the TV station obsolete.” Waving hands of Mr. Zhao’s recovery certificate and the purchase of Notes, “a new TV can get 10% price subsidy do! ” With the appliance “TM” in the conduct, such as home appliances, like Mr. Zhao replacement, our region has gradually become a new bright spot in consumer appliances. In support of our region, “TM” the five products, the TV the largest share of sales. According to sales data monitor display, from the “TM” start to March 23, TV 14 131 units were sold, sales amounted to 66.2594 million yuan, accounting for 57.42% of total sales; others were air-conditioning, computers, refrigerators

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Welcome to the Season of Sales in the Costly Airport Transportation

Taxi transport enters the bargain market

We are used to get bargain prices in all sectors of our life. Walking the streets we can see big posters advertising sales in each shop, we can book last minute holidays for pennies and organize our own globetrotting travel hunting for cheap flies to any beauty spot in the world.

But I am sure, and perhaps everyone agrees with me, that the fly abroad costs nearly the same as taxi to the airport. Of course, we can always use reasonable priced public transport but if we do not want to spend all night at the airport waiting for our early morning flight, we cannot consider this option seriously. The solution came when I was browsing the internet for a taxi and found http://www.fairfare.co.uk website.

Now I can book a taxi and do not need to spend the same money or even more as for my plane ticket! And booking a taxi turned to be such an easy job to do. Just after booking my cheap fly, I go to http://www.fairfare.co.uk and place the request for my taxi to the airport. Obviously, I also request for a return taxi. I am not so tight fisted and I do not put minimum taxi fare of £15 for all the way from my sweet home in London to the Gatwick Airport, I am generous and offer …£25. Some taxi drivers send me price feedback to guide my price. Once it was booked by the taxi driver, who anyway drove my way with empty taxi.

And what a surprise! I also managed to travel by taxi for quite a decent price when I went to the Theatre Festival in Edinburgh. It is nice to pay for a taxi as cheap as local folks do. So now I get everything for bargain – my lovely brand clothes, my flies and now even taxis.

Yes, I am Miss Perfect Bargain Hunter.

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Last minute Christmas shopping boosts sales across U.S

MORE LAST- minute shoppers flocked to stores this year on the final Saturday before Christmas than last year, but spending is expected to be even higher late this week.

U.S. retail sales on Saturday were up 15.1 percent from last year to .58 billion as many people wrapped up their gift buying, research firm ShopperTrak said on Tuesday. This year also benefited from its comparison to the weekend in 2009 when a blizzard hammered the East Coast.

That storm contributed to a 16.5 percent drop to .58 billion in so-called “Super Saturday” spending in 2009. This year’s totals were below the .87 billion Americans spent for the day in 2008, said ShopperTrak, which analyzes the retail industry.

Yet with less than a week to go until Christmas, many shoppers are still procrastinating. Some eleventh-hour gift seekers will even be out on Christmas Eve – about 23 million, according to a separate survey on Tuesday from the International Council of Shopping Centers.

“Now that we are down to the wire, consumers have stepped up their shopping pace, as well as their purchases,” ICSC chief economist Michael Niemira said in a statement.

“All and all, retail shopping trends are shaping up to be very favorable for holiday sales, as well as December sales performance, for retailers.”

Consumer spending makes up about 70 percent of the U.S. economy and analysts have said they expected the 2010 holiday season to show the biggest sales gains since 2007.

December 23 is likely to be the year’s second biggest day in sales and third biggest in foot traffic, said ShopperTrak founder Bill Martin.

“Black Friday,” the day after Thanksgiving that traditionally kicks off the holiday shopping season, saw .69 billion in sales, according to ShopperTrak, making it the biggest shopping day so far this year. It is called “Black Friday” because retailers hope it will put their accounts solidly in the black through strong sales.
Saturday’s foot traffic was up 10.1 percent compared with last year, ShopperTrak said.

Nearly three quarters of Americans completed their shopping by the end of Super Saturday, according to the ICSC. The previous week, 56.6 percent had finished their holiday shopping.

The Saturday shopping binge boosted sales for the entire week, which rose 4.2 percent from a year ago, according to an ICSC-Goldman Sachs weekly chain store sales index.

As usual, the spending will not end on Christmas, the ICSC also found. Nineteen percent of consumers plan to go shopping the day after, and 47 percent said they would be out the week between Christmas and New Year’s.

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Increased sales conversion rates by over 50 percent for lastminute.com

Acquired by Travelocity in 2007, lastminute.com, the leading Internet-based travel and leisure retailer, was undergoing a metamorphosis. lastminute.com was transforming itself from a provider of holiday information to an ‘enabler,’ helping customers to visualize and realize their dream holidays. lastminute.com’s challenge was to manage its sales operations more efficiently in a growth environment in order to increase revenues. Although it was partnering with two onshore contact center partners to deliver its customer care services, lastminute.com wanted to improve the productivity of these processes. The goal was to achieve a higher rate of conversion while reducing the cost of customer care. lastminute.com decided to transfer the contact center processes from these two onshore providers to WNS.

 

The engagement with lastminute.com began with a pilot project focused on managing the contact center for Europe-centric airlines business. Given the success of the pilot project, the WNS team was given the contract to manage 28 lines of business across lastminute.com’s four business verticals i.e., airlines, hotels, dynamic packages and lifestyle experiences.

 

- The partnership commenced with a Full Time Employee (FTE) pricing model and gradually move to a Unit Transaction Pricing (UTP) model. This allows for greater flexibility for the client as its business volumes fluctuate; for example, volumes can surge by as much as 30 to 40 percent during the holiday season. This requires meticulous planning between both the client and the WNS Team to manage fluctuating volumes.

- WNS implements Six Sigma and Kaizen projects to boost agent productivity. The WNS team identifies opportunities to embed process efficiencies in order to focus on up-sell and cross-sell of products

 

– The WNS team developed sales training modules to create a compelling, relevant and customized training program. This includes an intensive 13 week online training program.

 

The lastminute.com team at WNS has helped lastminute.com significantly reduce its operational costs by delivering process efficiencies while handling larger volumes of customer inquiries and increasing sales by enhancing conversion rates. According to Rob Hartley, senior sales and customer service manager, lastminute.com said, “You are delivering sensational customer care.”

Increased conversion rates

For airlines from 12 to 20 percent

For hotels from 20 to 30 percent

For dynamic packages from 20 to over 22 percent

For lifestyle bookings from 20 to over 24 percent

Increased revenues from GBP 0.8 million in Q2 2007 to an estimated GBP 4 million in Q2 2009
Managed double the call volumes in 2008-2009 without deploying additional staff
Delivered consistent levels of service even during promotional offer period which witnessed a surge in business volumes.

 

WNS is a leading global business process outsourcing company. Deep industry and business process knowledge, a partnership approach, comprehensive service offering and a proven track record enables WNS to deliver business value to the world’s leading companies. WNS is passionate about building a market leading company valued by our clients, employees, business partners, investors and communities.

 

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