- Bill-Back Allowance
- a form of trade promotion in which retailers receive allowances from a manufacturer for featuring its product or brand in designated advertisements or displays; in effect, the retailer charges the manufacturer for this promotion.
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|Master of Marketing|
|Retail Insights Seminar|
Presented by the Australian Centre for Retail Studies, this year's Retail Insights Seminar will review highlights from the 2013 World Retail Congress (Paris) and Shop.org (Chicago) conferences held in October.
Sydney - 3 December 2013
7.30 am - 9.30am
|ACRS Corporate Partnership|
ACRS Corporate Partnership provides global and local organisations with a range of exclusive benefits.