The restaurant industry represents one of the greatest opportunities for glove sales. According to data from the National Restaurant Association, there are roughly 1 million restaurant locations in the U.S. and 14 million restaurant employees. On top of that, workers in food service use gloves more than employees in just about any other industry. With each individual worker using an average of 20 pairs of gloves every single day, the restaurant industry collectively goes through more than 200 million pairs of gloves on a daily basis.
June is National Safety Month and AMMEX has you covered to get a grip on safety. Protect those hard working hands with our suite of heavy duty and premium disposable gloves. Our Gloveworks Orange Nitrile Gloves provide superior durability with a unique, high visibility orange color. This raised diamond texture provides for an excellent grip in wet or dry conditions. At the end of the day it is all about the better performance, better protection, and better safety.
Selling disposable gloves is an endeavor that focuses on prospective customers and putting the experience in their hands. Often, salespeople will spend most of their time demonstrating a product and explaining features without actually getting customers involved. Whereas, engagement and paying attention to customer needs are keys to growing business.
Changes: Gloves in the Automotive Industry
Not long ago, if you asked automotive technicians about wearing disposable gloves, they probably would’ve laughed.
The business world has changed significantly over the past decade. Ecommerce is now a crucial part of the economy, and companies that do not have an online presence will suffer. According to data from research firm eMarketer, ecommerce in the U.S. is expected to grow 14.2 percent in 2015, accounting for 7 percent of total retail sales and reaching a total of $349 billion in sales. As the years go on, online revenue will continue to take a bite out of overall retail sales. AMMEX took the right steps to stay on top of the ecommerce trend, remain ahead of the curve and helps its customers do the same. In addition to embracing ecommerce, AMMEX developed digital marketing resources to increase Web traffic and engage with customers.
The chief information officer’s (CIO) role in business operations has evolved beyond managing only the information technology aspects of a company. Today, CIOs often spend more time collaborating with other members of the C-suite, looking at ways to improve efficiency and productivity, and this includes the implementation of automation throughout the business.
Quick response (QR) codes have been around for a few years, existing as another avenue to connect businesses and consumers with the AMMEX brand. AMMEX uses this valuable technology in unique ways to not only provide useful information about products, but also to garner more business for itself and its distributors.
There are many advantages of participating in a purchasing association. These networks allow distributors to grow sales, develop new professional relationships and overall give businesses more flexibility in their ability to make purchases. According to the Healthcare Supply Chain Association, more than 600 organizations in the U.S. participate in some type of purchasing association. Here are few reasons why it’s beneficial to become a member of a purchasing network:
There are specific challenges associated with selling commodities. The term commodity generally applies to agricultural products like soybeans or corn – products in which each unit is the same no matter where you buy them. However, consumers see any product as a commodity if they could buy it anywhere – for instance, a specific brand of gum. It is notoriously challenging to sell commodities because customers assume they are interchangeable and will buy them wherever they are able to obtain the best deal.
No matter what a business sells, it is important to have a strong go-to-market strategy. What is a go-to-market strategy? Essentially, it is a comprehensive plan that details how the business will reach customers and sell products. However, for companies that sell commodities, it is arguably even more important to have a thorough strategy to introduce products to the market and gain clients. Most commodities are interchangeable, with limited ways to differentiate the physical product. With this in mind, there needs to be some way for you to differentiate yourself from competitors selling similar products.