Trading with Supermarkets: Tip the Balance Back in Your Favour

Trading with Supermarkets: Tip the Balance Back in Your Favour

  • Trading with Supermarkets: Tip the Balance Back in Your Favour

     

    The Groceries Supply Code of Practice (GSCOP) was implemented by the UK Government to encourage major UK supermarkets to treat suppliers fairly.

    The aim of this course is to build your understanding of the code, keep you up-to-date with its implications and recognise how it can make a difference to your trade negotiations.

    Take this short 5-minute tester quiz to check your knowledge of GSCOP and the benefits it has for your business.

    Trading with Supermarkets: Tip the Balance Back in Your Favour

    Course objectives:

    • To understand what GSCOP is, why it was set up, and its key elements
    • To know how GSCOP affects you and your role
    • To instil confidence on how to use GSCOP/the GCA, including in trade negotiations
    • To have the knowledge to better safeguard the business from unfair dealing

    Who should attend?

    • Commercial and Sales Directors
    • Key Account Managers
    • Regulatory and support staff involved in trading with retailers
    • All direct suppliers, whether of branded, private label or fresh products, irrespective of size

    "If I'd attended this course a month ago, I'd have saved my company £50,000." -Senior Manager, food manufacturing company

    "Essential knowledge for all account managers so that all parties play the game fairly." -National Account Manager, food company

    Christine Tacon, the Groceries Code Adjudicator, speaks about the importance of supplier awareness of the Code

    This course is presented to you by the British Brands Group.

    Find out more about the course


    5th September 2017, 09:00 – 17:00
    FDF Offices, 6th Floor, 10 Bloomsbury Way, London, WC1A 2SL
    £500+VAT including lunch, refreshments and materials.

    Register now