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*When [[wholesale purchaser]] is deciding what to buy for the [[retail shelf]]
 
*When [[wholesale purchaser]] is deciding what to buy for the [[retail shelf]]
 
*When [[retail manager]] is deciding what gets the most prominent shelf space, where that is under their own control (in supermarket chains, it is decided centrally)
 
*When [[retail manager]] is deciding what gets the most prominent shelf space, where that is under their own control (in supermarket chains, it is decided centrally)
*When [[retail manager]] is deciding what products should go on sale or be discounted, as [[loss leader]]s, or to sell unsold stock
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*When [[retail manager]] is deciding what products should go on sale or be discounted, as [[loss leader]]s, or to sell unsold stock.
 
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*When [[buyer]] is deciding whether to buy a given item, either at the [[retail shelf]] or the [[checkout counter]]
''All the above can be accomplished with the [[Signal Wiki]] data compiled into a web or print form, preferably one that makes good use of [[barcode]] data - which is widely used in wholesaling.''
 
 
 
*When [[buyer]] is deciding whether to buy a given item, either at the [[retail shelf]] or the [[checkout counter]] - ''probably using a [[worn device]]''
 
  
 
Although we focus on the last, it is always better to be sure that the product is not presented to the buyer at all if it is wholly unacceptable to everyone involved in [[Consumerium]].  So compiling many [[individual buying criteria]] into convincing aggregate profiles, and encouraging [[institutional buying criteria]] to be stated in the exact terms of [[Consumerium Services]], may be actually more important to leverage the information to make [[moral purchasing]] easier.
 
Although we focus on the last, it is always better to be sure that the product is not presented to the buyer at all if it is wholly unacceptable to everyone involved in [[Consumerium]].  So compiling many [[individual buying criteria]] into convincing aggregate profiles, and encouraging [[institutional buying criteria]] to be stated in the exact terms of [[Consumerium Services]], may be actually more important to leverage the information to make [[moral purchasing]] easier.

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