Automatic Merchandiser

AUG 2015

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helped him accelerate the mindset at Accent. "It couldn't have worked out any better," he said. "Tom provided a clear road map, high performing team and the best marketplace in North America to succeed. All I am trying to do is remove the barriers and let our talent go to work," said Rosenberg. A proft leader: micro markets Micro markets have been very suc- cessful for Accent, which operates them in more than 250 locations. In order to meet customer needs, Accent uses two different micro market providers. The client might want the ability to calculate nutri- tional information, be able to pay with biometrics or run various pro- motions. Rosenberg considers the extra work in tailoring the micro market kiosk with the location as part of what makes the system so proftable. "We see increased basket size, we see increased participation, we see increased connection points with our consumers," he said. Accent has more than 250 micro markets earning an average of $40,000 minimum sales. August 2015 Automatic Merchandiser 31 O P E R A T I O N P R O F I L E Nominate your favorite route driver for Automatic Merchandiser's 12th Annual Route Driver of the Year Awards and a chance to win a trip to the 2016 NAMA OneShow in Chicago. RewARD YOuR fAvORite ROute DRiveR fOR A jOb well DONe 1-855-202-3913 ©Mondelēz International group Sign up online for Snack & Dessert Solutions, a free program designed to help build your business. Presented by to nominate a driver or view complete contest rules, visit

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