USA: Foodvision.com's B2B site adds consulting services to its site through a co-branding agreement with ProSavvy
Foodvision.com (OTCBB:FVSN) announces a co-branding agreement between its new B2B e-commerce site, www.Gate2Plate.com , and ProSavvy, a powerful e-procurement solution for companies to more efficiently obtain professional and consulting service providers. Foodvision.com's Independent Restaurant Operators will now be able to find consultants from every major consulting area. "Not only does Gate2Plate.com offer quality products, it also offers some of the most valuable services to any Independent Restaurant Operator," said Paul R Smith, CEO Foodvision.com. "We are thrilled to offer our Gate2Plate customers such superior services." Paul R. Smith also states, "It is through these impressive co-branding agreements that Foodvision.com will gain more sales and significantly more exposure." Foodvision.com's Independent Restaurant Operators will have access to over 16,000 consultants, 1,600 prequalified consulting firms and 200,000 additional firms in all practice areas. Companies that do not have a formalized process for obtaining consulting services can utilize ProSavvy's time and cost saving tools through Gate2Plate and have a reliable method of identifying qualified consulting firms effectively.
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