promotional stock

promotional stock

n. stock issued in a newly-formed corporation and given to a promoter (organizer) of the corporation in payment for his/her efforts in putting the company together and locating shareholders or other funding. Most states (and the federal Securities and Exchange Act) limit promotional stock to an amount reasonable for the effort since it is not backed by assets or money. (See: promoter)

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Please use the free promotional stock delivered specifically to your store by Newspread.
Get your team ready via briefings on all store policies, service and complaint procedures, promotional stock and other important business aspects.
IPM insight director Colin Harper said retailers who didn't carry enough promotional stock were risking reputation and bottom line.
74% improvement in promotional stock service level (from an already very high level to 99.
Free figurines in this promotion will be given out by the stores only from promotional stock - readers will not be able to choose individual figures.
The marketing campaign would include pre-announcements in mid-1999, the taking of a bulk sample of ore in the second quarter (already done) to recover gold and silver to manufacture promotional stock, a high profile launch in the fourth quarter coinciding with the first gold pour at the mine, and having in place a retailer network by year end.
As promotional stock is not included in the offer, you will receive either 20 per cent off the full price of an item or be charged the promotional price - depending on which is the better saving.
However, promotional stock availability has hit new lows with an average of 45% of product across all groups expected to be unavailable when shoppers are out in their droves, just before an active weekend away.
He was responsible for stock movement, branch stock holdings and promotional stock replenishment.
But the practice, whereby customers over-order promotional stock and then sell it on to other wholesalers and retailers, has been branded "unethical" by those who sit on our reader panel of top executives in supply companies.
TO THE RETAILER: Please accept this voucher redeemable against promotional stock of 500ml Classic Mineral Water or Classic Sparkling Apple Water only.
When we touched on this issue last year, one senior executive in a big company reckoned the trading of promotional stock between customers had become such a headache for suppliers of branded goods that it could account for as much as 1% of all grocery sales in the UK.

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