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It states that while not all new ideas may work, for those willing to focus on this area, developing innovative strategies "can reap rewards in customer loyalty and business growth.
QUICK-ACTING farmers in Northumberland are hoping to reap rewards by marking National Farmers' Market Week a day early.
WELSH Netball have appointed the following team management personnel for the forthcoming 2013-2014 season and plan to embed the culture which has seen the senior national team reap rewards, right down through the age groups.
GREENE King's push into pub dining continued to reap rewards after it defied the consumer downturn to report another round of strong food sales figures.
Peter Gowers, chief executive at Safestore, who commissioned the research, said: "Homeowners seem to be thinking strategically - investing in their home now could reap rewards should they wish to sell in future.
The signs were there at Tottenham and Newcastle - now it needs to reap rewards.
It said its food-led strategy continued to reap rewards with a 3.
Now their bid for a fairer deal could reap rewards after West Midlands Regional Assembly agreed to a proposed cut in the county's quota of ten per cent which will be tabled at a meeting next Wednesday.
Brown learned a lot from Big Sam during their time at Bolton and he hopes familiarity with his methods will reap rewards.
The Hatters boss - who replaced sacked Mike Newell last week - has scheduled double sessions and hopes it will reap rewards in today's crunch clash with Burnley.
Catalog publishers have done a successful job of implementing a multichannel marketing approach, and magazine publishers are starting to reap rewards with a similar multi-pronged approach to publishing that balances print and non-print media.