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PROGRESS REPORT FOR OCTOBER 2012 Date of joining : 1st October 2012 (Day of Meeting) Customers : Five Star Hotels - 5 Four Star Hotels - 5 3 & 2 Star Hotels - 8 Clubs - 1 Catering - 3 Coffee Shops & Rest. - 5 Apartments & Residence - 3 Food Stuff & Traders - 1 Cash Customers - 6 --------------------------------------------------------- Total No. Of Customers - 37 -------------------------------------------------------- Progress : 1. Awareness of all Customer names.
2. Covered all 5 Star, 4 Star and 3 & 2 star hotel locations.
3. Paying regular visits to all these hotels.
4. Samples of few items are also provided to some hotels on their request. 5. Shangri La starts using Caster Sugar and is interested to deal with other products that it had previously stopped or has not previously used. Quotation of items has been provided.

6. Crystal Salam places an order for Heera Panna Gold (a sample of this rice was provided earlier). Contd…

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7. Hoping to get some positive results from Fairmont Hotel, Centre Novotel Hotel and Bon Food Rest. as some samples and quotations have been provided. Method practiced: 1. On my interaction with the customer, I would speak of items that I have discussed with my manager-those that are not being used by the customer and then present them with the price list and once they agree for the sample, it is delivered the next day and then the follow-up. If the sample is accepted, well and fine else we continue to follow-up. My objective is to find,...

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