CustomRetailer July 2010 issue
You can get a suit altered in three days. You can get an appliance fixed in three days. You might even be able to get a small party catered in three days
Our economic woes have hit the reset button on how potential customers research, make purchasing decisions and spend their hard-earned dollars.
Proving that the economy is heading in the right direction, the CEA LineShows was a resounding success in New York City on June 22 and 23
The recent (and continuing) upheaval in the economy has taught us all many lessons. One of them is that it is imperative to develop strong business relationships based on trust and reciprocity. In an increasingly competitive landscape, business relationships must deliver more value, more bang for the buck, than ever before. It can't just be…
When I get an opportunity to hit the road and witness firsthand how manufacturers, dealers, builders and distributors are doing business in 2010, I take it
So, you get the Friday afternoon call from one of your best clients. The "so-and-so" isn't working, and there is an undertone of frustration and anger because this is not the first time he's had to make this phone call.
While I was speaking at a recent trade show, an attendee came up to me and said he was concerned about his profit—aren't we all!
In the first few decades of what came to be known as the consumer electronics industry, most of us had a few things in common
In the movie "What Women Want," Mel Gibson plays an executive who, after an accident, suddenly can "hear" what women are thinking.