BONAGO Employees

Nov 03 2016 Published by under General

Snack Congress in Wiesbaden, Germany on the 22nd and 23.08.2012 Munich, 10.08.2012: on August 22nd and 23rd bakeries, butcher’s shops and gastronomy in the Rhein-Main-Hallen in Wiesbaden meet, to inform about current trends in the consumer and consumption behavior. Managing Director Mark Gregg BONAGO will be represented by employees on the second day of the Congress, with a lecture on new Incentivierungsmodelle. (Stall. 14, 1st floor) “Under the motto: snacks the future business for bakeries, butchers, food service providers and LEH” discuss and refer top experts on the development of the snack market. The trend in Germany, especially in the direction of MobileEater is”. Eating out, snacks and small meals of intermediate through will characterize the market in the future. This development brings new challenges for the snack Distributor. In addition to the Congress, the exhibition takes snackexpo”instead, which offers interesting solutions for more creativity, quality and range of traders.

But also central topics such as sustainability, shortage of skilled labour and staff deal with the industry currently. Because each loss of a reliable employee causes considerable costs. Its employees are the most valuable capital of a successful company finally! BONAGO Managing Director Mark Gregg in his presentation on new ways in the employee motivation and retention in the gastronomy and retail chain through the use of tax-free and optimised payment voucher solutions. “enter. The lecture would like to offer a basis bakeries, butchers, food service providers and LEH, to successfully implement their strategies, because only motivated employees are good employees. For this same motivation, the Munich coupon expert BONAGO offers tax-free solutions. So companies through the MitarbeiterCARD can send monthly up to 44 euros tax-free to their workers. At the same time, the individually branded card provides a way of identifying with the employer.

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