We recently participated in the E&S Industry Summit, an event held in Palm Desert, CA that brought together equipment dealers, manufacturers and service providers throughout the food service industry. We love opportunities to hear from stakeholders across the industries we serve, listen to our prospective customers and get feedback on what is keeping them up at night.
Ever considered selling online? It can be a daunting task that requires months of research, screening vendors and solutions, and wondering what it’s all going to cost in the long run. New research from Internet Retailer proves this point.
B2B equipment manufacturers and dealers face a unique challenge – increasing the visibility of their products among their target customer base.
Are you heading to the NAFEM Show in Orlando, FL, on February 9-11, 2017? With over 500+ restaurant supply exhibitors and miles of kitchen innovations and training opportunities, we’ve put together a quick checklist of things foodservice equipment dealers can do now to ensure they get the most out of their experience at NAFEM.
1. Make a Plan
NAFEM will include 500+ exhibitors serving the commercial kitchen equipment industries. That’s a lot to navigate and absorb. Consider the following as you plan your trip.
With the holiday season upon us, there’s lots to be grateful for. We recently released our groundbreaking B2B e-commerce solution and are wrapping up the year with much to look forward to in 2017. Here are five things that really make us sparkle this holiday season:
The business of supplying or manufacturing commercial equipment is a complex one. Buyers and dealers often struggle to find the right trusted suppliers and products. And when they do, they wrestle with a highly manual purchasing process - one that’s fraught with errors, risk, and cost.
Buying the right commercial kitchen equipment for your restaurant is risky and costly. No one wants to invest in equipment that is unreliable, proves to be the wrong choice for your needs, or doesn’t fit in your kitchen. Here are nine tips for choosing the right equipment for your needs, budget, and growth plans.