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The biggest 8 mistakes suppliers make when selling to the big 4 UK supermarkets and how to avoid them all

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UK Supermarkets can be demanding to work with. No more so than as a supplier.

Having worked with over a 1,000 suppliers, sat through over 2,000 presentations, and managed an area worth £1bn Darren A. Smith shares with us the mistakes that he saw suppliers make in his 12 years at one of the big four supermarkets. And how you can avoid those mistakes in his free guide, ‘The Biggest 8 Mistakes Suppliers Make When Selling to the Big 4 UK Supermarkets and How to Avoid Them All’. 

You can download this free guide here (PDF)

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