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By Constantinos Calios

KoRo's B2B Strategy in the Video Update


Dear Companists,

We would like to thank you once again for your investment and confidence in KoRo in this update. Since the last update, in which my esteemed colleague Piran presented our vision for KoRo, we have really received a lot of encouragement.

In this relatively short update, we would like to briefly introduce our B2B specialist Florim Arifi. As mentioned in a previous update, we are currently expanding our B2B activities.


Here is a link to update number 17 (KoRo expands international B2B business).

Besides day-to-day business, Florim is responsible for the strategic development of the entire division. We have identified certain segments in the B2B area in which we see great potential for our products:

In addition to the ice cream parlors that we have already partnered with, these include restaurants and cafés on the one hand, and food retailing as a separate new customer acquisition channel on the other, as well as industrial processors. As stated in the aforementioned update, we have created internal structures for industrial processors in order to be able to offer individual prices and containers for this sector.

Florim is the personal contact for these customers and impresses us daily with his friendly and direct manner as well as his extensive product know-how, which he enhances daily together with the purchasing department. He not only takes over the coordination for the German market, but also for the French market, where we have already acquired our first business customers.

Florim briefly introduces himself in this video.



Best greetings,

Kosta and Florim


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