Global Package is comprised of a talented and experienced team for creating the best bottles from worldwide factories sourcing as well as providing custom shippers, glass decoration, pewter labels, closures, and design for the wine ,spirits, and food industries. When it comes to providing custom and specialty bottles and packaging, we lead the way in finding solutions to provide a comprehensive and attractive outcome that sets a brand apart. It is our goal to offer the most professional service so the project works well the first time.
Erica Harrop and her sales team are comprised of talented and experienced packaging specialists that assist (guide) customers with a variety of options to set their product apart from the rest. With over 65 years' experience in packaging creation and decoration they work expediently to offer a selection that is suitable to the project.
The team is able to communicate with more than 30 suppliers in various countries and has worked with many for over 25 years. First hand relationships are important to understanding what is best for both the customer and the supplier so the outcome is meeting the objective. Whether in France, Italy or the Far East, being able to present the benefits of each producer to the customer allows for better decision making.
Women in Champagne Industry Able to Charge Higher Prices than Male Counterparts - by Erica Harrop
While past research had focused on buyer-side discrimination against females in the industry, these researchers chose to concentrate on seller-side discrimination to see if minority sellers—women, non-whites, and older people—in the Champagne industry received lower prices for goods, as is generally the case in other industries.
The researchers decided on the Champagne grape market for two reasons: First, grape quality there is recorded by an official scale that is observed by all market participants, and second, pricing in the market is relatively inelastic due to limited supply and strong demand. “Together, these two characteristics—quality transparency and price inelasticity—would make it more difficult for buyers to discriminate against minority growers on price.”