When it comes to furniture there are innumerable options out there. It’s understandable that when facing hundreds of potential suppliers, resellers bombarded with those choices might go on price or choose the company that is most familiar to them.
Posts By: Darren Phillips
Schools may not be out just yet, but this time of year should mean one thing for resellers. Peak season for ordering supplies for the new academic year.
For maximising customer relationships and building long term and cross sell business, the office loo is hard to beat. With washroom sales worth an estimated £21 per person per annum and repeat sales in paper and dispenser soap that are not to be sniffed at, the washroom also acts as a potential springboard to reseller… Read more »
Most resellers don’t need reminding that facilities supplies is a golden opportunity. This £5 billion UK market is seen as a key route for reseller diversification because it is growing and continues to be less affected by consumer trends and changing work patterns than other categories.
Green Office Week runs from 9-14 May with the eco-credentials of offices up and down the country likely to come under the spotlight. Even without a national event pushing green issues up the agenda, any business that’s tendering for new contracts, working towards an accreditation or explaining its progressive approach to customers, employees or suppliers can find… Read more »
Using sport as a marketing tool goes way back. Ever since Roman aristocracy bought or supported gladiators, people have aligned themselves with the prestige and excitement of sport, whether or not they’re running onto a pitch or facing an opponent.
From children choosing their essential back to school items to grown men and women channelling their thoughts on paper, our love of notebooks and pens has endured.
When it comes to taking notes or making cards and letters to family, friends and business contacts personal and memorable, handwriting can be invaluable. However the benefits of picking up a pen go far beyond this, with gains for our brainpower and wellbeing when we write by hand.
Is stationery boring? With 73% of 18-24 year olds saying they like using pens and paper for thinking creatively and 82% of young British businesses and start-ups using these on a daily basis, even our digital generation appear to disagree.
When it comes to giving employees what they want, healthy tea is on the rise. Although our love of a mug of builder’s isn’t disappearing overnight, with around 165 million cups drunk each day in the UK and one in three people still having sugar in their tea, more of us are turning to healthier… Read more »
Technology and its associated accessories have an essential role to play in making work go faster, our days easier to manage and life less stressful.
With not long to go until the tax year ends on 5 April 2016, businesses up and down the country are gearing up to retrieve documents, crunch numbers and file or destroy old records.
‘Before you finish breakfast in the morning, you’ve depended on more than half the world’. That quote by Martin Luther King Jr is the inspiration for this year’s Fairtrade Fortnight which runs from 29 February to 13 March on the theme of the ‘Big Fairtrade Breakfast’.