14/01/2014 |Here are some of the best practices that Wine, Spirits, Beverage and Beer Distributors use to grow profits:
Many small companies know they have a very good product but are having difficulty gaining retail buyer attention and distribution.
Linkedin has become one of the most widely used social media platforms in modern business marketing strategies. It’s design facilitates networking with peers and industry professionals alike and also offers multiple news feed resources to keep you informed on recent trends, company updates and relevant research developments.
There are many ways for small and mid sized companies to utilize LinkedIn, but many beginners are daunted by the sheer size of the networking site and have a hard time penetrating the various layers of LinkedIn. Even experienced users who have a grasp on how to utilize social media to drive sales seem to continually find new ways to market their products on LinkedIn.
Well, it may seem obvious but we often get lost in the middle about what we should do after a few weeks of trying?
We have had many supplier members ask us what they should do — as their old distributors have not re-ordered after their first PO, their new customers are still taking time to decide, their old brands are not working very well, some of their old brands are sitting in the warehouse and all that cash flow is stuck and thus no more money is left for new brands…