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What's On Your Electrician's Cart?

June 2019

As one of the largest electrical distributors in the country, CED carries any material necessary for an electrician to complete a job. While electricians don’t care much about the specifics of the parts they order, they do care that they need them to do a job, they need them on the job site and they need them immediately.

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Sales, Marketing and Liquidity

May 2018

For better or worse, marketing and sales efforts affect not only the profitability of a firm but also the firm’s liquidity, or its ability to meet short-term financial obligations.

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Knowing Your Customer

April 2018

In the world of agribusiness, knowing your customer base is more important than ever – especially when your customer base includes the complex operations run by today’s large-scale commercial agricultural producers.

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Sharing what you stand for

June 2016

At their most basic, branding and sharing what your organization stands for are about figuring out how you want your organization as a whole to be viewed by the people in your target markets. The challenge many agribusinesses face is shifting what customers already believe about the company to what the company wants them to believe.

CASE STUDY

Rocky Ford Cantaloupe: The Challenge of Sweet Success

September 2015

In late August of 2011, a group of proud, dedicated, and heretofore successful produce growers from a small valley in Colorado experienced their worst nightmare.

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How Sales and Marketing Relate

July 2011

From AgriMarketing Magazine - Many agribusinesses are struggling with this relationship right now. Consolidation has meant that many organizations who were built on sales are now recognizing that being market driven provides more opportunities than being sales driven.

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Build-A-Salesperson Coming Soon to a Mall Near You

July 2009

From AgriMarketing Magazine - My niece loves the Build-ABearWorkshop in our mall. Instead of picking any old stuffed animal off the shelf at Toys “R” Us, she can handpick the look and feel of her furry friend, decide whether it’s a boy or girl and even determine its occupation by...

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A Cutting Crisis

May 2009

From AgriMarketing Magazine - Budget cuts, employee layoffs, salary reductions and the list goes on. Managers are facing tough decisions that can ultimately determine whether their companies survive the current economy. They’re scrutinizing every line item in their budgets, and when they reach marketing expenditures, it seems to be a...