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    GMDC to Expand ‘365 Days Of Value’

    Committee to evaluate solution providers who best fit membership

    The Global Market Development Center is expanding its “365 Days of Value” program through its advisory boards to support members throughout the year.

    This budding program is an assembly of strategic partners who provide business services to both retailer/wholesaler and supplier members of GMDC. The portfolio of services includes product category and sales recap reports; an online membership directory; natural and specialty product sales data; product recall processing; logistics and sourcing solutions; online training; and a variety of other solutions that serve the needs of GMDC members.

    GMDC has formed a separate committee to solicit and evaluate new solutions partners. This committee is made up of retailer, wholesaler and supplier members who have established protocols for identifying and appraising service and solution providers that best fit GMDC and its membership. A number of new partners have been identified and are scheduled to attend the General Merchandise conference in Orlando, Fla., in June, as well as the Health Beauty Wellness conference in San Antonio, in September.

    “The value of being a member of GMDC has always extended far beyond the conferences,” said Bill Anderson, group VP for drugstore, beauty, GM, floral and services. “The ‘365 Days of Value’ initiative is a great example of how GMDC demonstrates its worth throughout the year. We’ve tasked the staff and advisory boards to continue to look for additional service and solution providers who can bring incremental value to both sides of our membership.”

    The Global Market Development Center promotes critical connectivity to grow and expand member companies by uniting members through business building events and opportunities and enriching their thinking through education and training, consumer and business insights, and information resources.

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