Not all vendors will give you what you need to be successful. You buy their merchandise, money changes hands, and you have little if any contact until it’s time to order again. Continue reading “What Does Your Glove Vendor Do for You?”
What are the most difficult challenges that small to medium-sized distributors face?
Eroding margins that damage your bottom line? Online retailers that create chaotic price structures? Or maybe getting the support you need from vendors to help you achieve your sales goals?
AMMEX crafts its relationships to deliver maximum benefit to our partners. Over 30 years, we’ve developed a highly effective, no-risk program that has helped thousands of distributors to sell millions of gloves. Continue reading “Why Partner With AMMEX?”
At AMMEX, we believe in teamwork.
Teamwork on the inside, where our sales, marketing, customer
service, finance, and supply chain teams collaborate daily to achieve the best
And teamwork on the outside: AMMEX joins with our partners to help
them develop stronger customer relationships as well as making their disposable
glove sales take off.
Continue reading “Team Up With AMMEX, and Win”
Let’s face it: Working on cars (and trucks) is not kind to technicians’ hands.
As recently as a decade ago, techs routinely exposed their most valuable commodity to cuts, bruises, burns, and dangerous chemicals on a daily basis.
Steve Godziszewski, an auto-body repair veteran of four decades, tells Automotive News how he never wore disposable gloves—until one day he caught his left hand on a battery cable and tore off a fingernail. He bandaged it and went back to work, but soon it was infected and doctors eventually had to remove part of his finger.
Now, he says, he sees younger techs wearing gloves full time.
Continue reading “Best Disposable Gloves for the Automotive Industry”
97% of B2B marketers who use social media also use LinkedIn for content marketing. That’s according to the Content Marketing Institute’s latest B2B benchmark report. Content marketing as a whole works very well for B2B companies. Why? Because your B2B customers are people too. They have questions about the products they’re choosing to buy and sell, and they want to know the people they’re buying from.
Using LinkedIn for content marketing for your wholesale business is a particularly good move. Marketers find it 277% more effective for lead generation than other platforms. Yes, more effective than Facebook and Twitter.
Continue reading “Market Your Wholesale Business Through Great LinkedIn Content”
After creating your LinkedIn profile and setting up your company’s page, you need to focus on building a high-quality LinkedIn network. One of the biggest advantages to connecting with your customers on LinkedIn is that there are limited distractions. LinkedIn users come to the platform in a business mindset. People don’t share cat videos on LinkedIn, and if they do, they’re usually tying it to promoting their business.
Continue reading “Building a LinkedIn Network”
How do you position your wholesale business on the Internet? There are a ton of places to be online these days. Agencies would have you believe that you must be everywhere to succeed with digital marketing. They’re wrong, however—you only need to be in as many places as your target audience is. Does your target audience use Pinterest? If not, you don’t need to be there.
We’re willing to bet that your customers are on LinkedIn. As a social media platform, it offers the most returns to B2B companies looking to connect with their customers. Wholesalers should pay attention to this platform.
Continue reading “Get Your Wholesale Business Set-up on LinkedIn”
At AMMEX, we’re dedicated to helping our customers grow their glove sales. We stand behind our wholesale distributors with premium products, outstanding service, competitive prices, and proven marketing support.
The newest addition to that toolkit of support is our free AMMEX App, now available for Android at Google Play and for iOS at Apple’s App Store.
Continue reading “New AMMEX App – Carry Our Catalog Everywhere!”
Food safety is a concern for everyone in the food service industry. Turn on any television and you’re likely to hear reports of a product recall or foodborne illness outbreak. Walk into any restroom in a food service operation, and one of the first things you’ll notice is the hand washing sign. While it may seem as if hand washing is the main aspect of food safety, it’s only a small piece of it.
Continue reading “Let’s Do Food Safety Month Right!”
Today we’re taking a look at three tools you can use to improve your inventory-management functions. Retailers and consumers have more choices than ever. In order to stay competitive, top wholesale distributors have lowered their profit margins and constantly seek ways to innovate.
Continue reading “3 Tools and Techniques to Improve Your Inventory Management”