Panelists at the 2011 International Boston Seafood Show emphasized sustainability, as well as education for retailers and consumers
At the International Boston Seafood Show last week, much of the advice for retailers and suppliers came back to the theme of education. Panelists argued that investment in employee education could lead to increased sales, customer loyalty and employee retention. It should remain a priority even in a challenging economy. Chuck Anderson, director of retail and new business at Sousa Seafood and former seafood director for Stop & Shop, recommended reserving money in the budget for ...
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