What should you look for in a marketing distributor? You need to choose a marketing product company that listens, cares about your client’s needs, and is up-to-date on current market trends.
Searching for a supplier can feel like a daunting task, but it’s doesn’t have to be difficult or overwhelming. The best way to streamline the selection process is to do your homework, so you can have a clear understanding of what you are getting.
Look for a supplier that can lead you through the ordering process while offering insights on market trends and also new “hot” products and make your company a standout among other vendors in a very competitive market.
Discount Marketing Products has a reputation as an industry leader. We are a B2B supplier of quality custom-printed marketing displays. Our focus is set solely on our clients and their needs.
We create marketing display products that are durable, eye-catching, and high-quality—all offered at affordable wholesale prices. Our broad portfolio makes us a valuable partner not only for trending ideas but brainstorming, too. We can execute marketing plans on a budget.
And we offer quick delivery of custom-designed and hard-to-find event display products. With our worldwide network of resources at hand, our team will tailor our products to your needs and requirements. We are committed to satisfying your company’s branding requirements by delivering quality products, outstanding customer service and the most competitive prices in the market.
But before you finalize any decision, there are three major variables that can make or break the venture.
Understand the value of your relationship with your supplier
You need to be confident in your supplier. Make sure you walk away from every discussion feeling confident in the marketing products company’s ability to nurture your brand. That is what you are selling and what leads to success. Distributors can add or subtract to your bottom line!
Search for the right supplier
The supplier you decide to partner with will leave a literal imprint on how well your brand impacts your industry on a regional, national, or global level. This is why you may need to interview multiple prospects (possibly even choosing to work with more than one) to give your product the greatest advantage. Do your homework. Vet every potential supplier and make sure they carry products in your category that services your demographic. Before finalizing your shortlist, make sure that you’ve done everything possible to locate prospects with the most potential.
Remember: Numbers Don’t Lie
Finally, in business, we all know that numbers are the name of the game. When we evaluate your strategy, from both the manufacturer and distribution company’s perspective, numbers dictate every move you make. Pay attention to the message the numbers relay – and don’t stress yourself with too many unknown variables. Find a supplier and distributor with core values that match yours. If you can do this, you’re much more likely to benefit from a partnership.