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By Buddy-Watcher Team

Buddy-Watcher exceeds December sales target by 36%

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Dear Companists,

On the occasion of the extension of our Companisto campaign, we have some great news to report: In December 2016, we exceeded our sales target by 36%. We had originally calculated a figure of EUR 25,000, but actually generated a turnover of EUR 34,000. This means that December was the strongest month since the formation of the company!

 

record sales for Buddy-Watcher in december

 

Positive development in the 2nd half of 2016

The positive trend of the last few months resulted in the highest point to date. Even in October and November, growth in terms of turnover was to be noted compared to the first half of the year. By virtue of orders from large specialist retailers, as well as orders from new distributors (these were reported on in previous updates), we again considerably increased sales in December.

 

Buddy-Watcher - Sales development in December

 

Buddy-Watcher optimistic for 2017

This positive development also makes us optimistic for the coming year. The large number of orders, shows us that the Buddy-Watcher is being very well received by the end customer. Together with our network of distributors, we are doing our very best to confirm this high level of turnover over the next few months.

 

Warm regards

Your Buddy-Watcher team



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