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Lisa Wilson is on the line with me now. How are you doing? Hey, now look just for a start. So customs held up your shipment because it contained Weetabix. And did they do this of their own bet? Or did they do it in response to a complaint? Hey, so how did they found out there were Weetabix in the container?
Yes, so they try and come to an agreement with you to score out the word Weetabix, like label over it. Have you thought about agreeing with them? No, because it was going to go to the high court a few years ago with the previous owner. And they dropped out of the case. So a judge would most likely overturn it as it went to court.
So they came out, yeah, not yesterday or the but the day before I think it was. So you get held up. I mean, do you feel as though they are bullying you? We kind of are targeting different people who have completely different customers.
It tastes different and the box is completely different. So they do sell their Weet-Bix in the UK. Have you had much support? We came in this morning to the shops to thousands of messages on the answering machine of support from customers and our Facebook page is blowing up with support.
Also, a few articles have gone up already. People do not like big organisations picking on small ones. Yeah, so they released the rest of our goods which was great.
So the Weetabix, although, is still detained. On what grounds are they holding it? Trademark grounds against Weet-Bix.
Say, [jeebs], you would have thought customs had a few more important things to do, quite frankly, like meth. Oh, so this is frustrating for customs as well? Do you know of other people that will find this article useful? Please share it on social media.a.
new product concepts and improvements b. selling c. advertising and promotion activities d. a philosophy that stresses customer satisfaction e. planning sales campaigns a. this is the reason segmentation cannot be used by small firms b.
all individuals have the same needs in spite of cultural differences c.
everyone belongs to the same. SO. So the word that received the most nominations this year was already banished, but today it is being used differently than it was in , when nominators were saying, “I am SO down with this list!”.
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