Game Changer

December 2013
Checkout;Dec2013, Vol. 39 Issue 12, p40
The article reflects on views of Noel Keeley, managing director of food and retail wholesaler Musgrave MarketPlace, regarding the online ordering platform launched by the company. Keeley discusses rise in online sales to 5 percent from zero with in eight weeks of launch of the online ordering platform, expanding business geographically with online ordering, and on the 'Working Together To Win," three-year programme of self-improvement.


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