upselling

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up·sell·ing

 (ŭp′sĕl′ĭng)
n.
The practice of offering customers additional or more expensive products or services after they have already agreed to buy something.

up′sell′ v.
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Many popular food chains upsell food by offering customers larger portions for a small fee or touting deals containing free sides or desserts.
Restaurant staff, speaking anonymously, describe in the report how they are trained and incentivised to upsell.
M2 EQUITYBITES-March 27, 2017-Stratacache Acquires Convenience Store Digital Upsell Platform
NASDAQ: EVOL) has signed a multi-year agreement for the company's customer acquisition, activation and upsell managed service ith a major wireless carrier in Southeast Asia, the company said.
47 percent increase in ARPU per targeted subscriber per month through data driven marketing NCTC has seen a doubling in their marketing campaign effectiveness by taking advantage of Flow Analyze Plus and Calix Navigate dashboards to identify and upsell potential upgrade targets and improve upsold subscriber experience.
Since you'd already been worn down by the first part of the negotiation, you'd now be more of a pushover for the upsell, or so the thinking went.
Labs that compute upsell business should average the previous three months' net revenue (or specific test) when initially reported by the field person and documented as an upsell.
Drawing on its track record of helping hotels in all markets generate measurable and sustainable increases in incremental revenue and RevPAR, TSA provides partners with specially designed programs that range from empowering the hotel team with Front Desk Upselling programs that build additional profits, to identify opportunities and threats to maximize upsell potential.
Travis said the need to upsell would be emphasized in an upcoming talk with U.
19 December 2012 - US upsell technologies provider Nor1 Inc said it had raised USD9m (EUR6.
California-based upsell solutions technology provider Nor1, Inc.
Wine is, perhaps, the most troublesome beverage to upsell because of its relatively high buy-in price, however there is a surefire technique to increase their spending without making them uncomfortable.