The secret to navigating uncertainty in the distribution industry is creating a company culture that enables employees at all levels to recognize and respond to new opportunities and threats quickly. If distribution executives can keep employees engaged and committed, employees at all levels of the company feel more comfortable speaking truth to power. This is a very effective tool for employee retention.
This year’s winner is Art Cornay, who serves as the branch manager for IML Security Supply's Colorado location. The award will cover the registration costs to attend the four-day University of Innovative Distribution (UID) program presented by the Association Education Alliance in cooperation with Purdue University.
With more and more customers preferring a digital buying experience, distributors can ensure they are included in the early and middle stages of a buyer's sales journey by providing the right content.
This year’s winner is Holly Blankenship, who serves as the marketing manager for IDN Acme’s Dallas location. The award will cover the registration costs to attend the four-day University of Innovative Distribution (UID) program presented by the Association Education Alliance in cooperation with Purdue University.
As we all look for ways to keep our partners, customers, and own facilities open and operating safely and securely, it is important that we understand some of the recommendations and codes around this space. Additionally, many manufacturers have launched new or modified products to help you in offering the most relevant solutions for your customer base.
Across America, and around the world, we are seeing stories every day about companies doing what is needed to make products and providing services that are essential in the battle against coronavirus.