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The Australian Newsagents' Federation (ANF) is the peak industry body representing Australian newsagencies. There are 4000 individually owned and safe genuine levitra online operated newsagencies in the country and together they make up Australia's largest retail and home delivery group turning over $6.5 billion a year and employing more than 20,000 people. Read more
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The ANF COO Adam Joy has represented newsagents at the buy viagra low cost National Armed Robbery Monitoring Program (NARMP) through the Australian Institute of Criminology(AIC) for the last four years.
This year the ANF and the AIC have worked closely discussing the role of the NARMP and building toward a more proactive approach to reduce armed robbery occurrence.
The ANF is pleased to have been invited to attend and present at the inaugural National Armed Robbery Research Forum in November, where the AIC, state and federal law enforcement agencies and discount viagra prices industry representatives will assist the AIC in shaping the future research agenda related to armed robbery and explore opportunities for further research on armed robbery.
We will be in touch for more of your valued experience and suggestions prior to the event.
If you have any feedback in relation to armed robbery and or crime in your newsagency - please do not hesitate to contact Adam on firstname.lastname@example.org or 02 9978 3400
Following on from pressure from the ANF for a solution to the time-consuming process of processing Network magazines, Network Services has created a newsagent-specific outlet summary with totals to assist newsagents in reconciliation.
Newsagents will still receive the old Outlet Summary in the delivery with their driver. The driver uses this to know what stock to deliver.
The New Outlet Summary with totals will be available on NETonline in the 'Labels' section and will contain dollar values and billing date information.
Newsagents will be able to opt in to receive this version of the Outlet Summary in an email as well. The email will arrive in the inbox at midnight the night of delivery.
Newsagents have reported that it is simple, uncomplicated and easier to reconcile.
One newsagency reports that it now takes them 10 minutes to reconcile instead of one hour.
Network is to be congratulated for working on a solution to this problem and newsagents will now be able to get their magazines on the shelves much sooner.
Network have created a guide for this. CLICK HERE to access this.
Newsagents have been concerned that a decision by Coles to process returns using a third party merchandiser could jeopardise their agreement to deliver papers to Coles.
News Corp's National Director of Retail Customer Development, Andrew Pirrit, has reassured newsagents that there will be no changes to their commission/set fee following Coles decision to process returns onsite using a third party merchandiser.
"It is the same process that Coles use nationally for magazines. News Corp will do periodic audits to check the returns in store as they are counted as per returns from other channels," Mr Pirrit said.
Newsagents will deliver papers as usual but will not have to collect.
We noticed in Lotterywest's Link magazine that they include 'Retailer Anniversaries' - Dennis Lawrence, June Price and Frances Robinson have been at Busselton News for 40 years, Lance and Dale McCrae have been at the Midland gate Lottery Kiosk for 24 years, as have Len and Jeanette Hendricks at Ballajura City Lottery Centre.
We'd like to do the same but it means YOU have to tell us of your anniversary.
Coming up in November, the First Five units of training for newsagents and staff are designed to provide ideas and support for the coming busy months of December and January.
The initial units will be offered online to enable you to access the presentations without having to spend valuable time out of their newsagencies in the lead up to Christmas and generic cialis usa Back to School.
Topics covered in the First Five will include:
Back to School Marketing Ideas with 9 Reasons to buy Back to School at your local newsagency
25 Ideas to Increase Sales This Christmas
In Search of Quality Customer Service: a refresher for those newsagents who already excel in this sphere, and an informative presentation for newsagency staff at this time of year
Turn Those Sales Dollars into Profit: financial management strategies to ensure your budgets and cash flow will carry you through to a more profitable 2015
Merchandising Tips: hints and tips to keep your customers â€“ and keep your competitors at bay!
An investment of 45 minutes per unit for newsagents and staff could herald in the festive season, and keep the tills ringing right through January until school starts again in 2015.
The ANF Western Union Network contributes over $2.7 million to the newsagency network, through services such as the Western Union Call Centre, and numerous ANF member benefits. This figure will only grow with the growth of our national network.
The commission earned by our Western Union agents equates to 15% of what it costs to remit the money.
If you are interested in becoming an ANF Western Union agent and being part of the Australian money remittance market, in which $7.3 billion is transferred annually, please CLICK HERE to email the ANF-WU team, or call the ANF on 02 9978 3400.