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TALKING SHOP: Moving product

Read the latest view from retail on how suppliers can help slow-moving stock sell faster.
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This month, we talked to retailers about shared risk and the support they get from suppliers with slow-moving products and whether they get enough support to help move stock through and enable them to be confident to take a risk on new concepts.

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