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3 Tips for Managing Multiple Webstores

Posted by Avinash Reddy on Apr 20, 2018 9:59:57 AM

 

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Topics: Sellers Commerce Platform, B2B Microsites

Matching The Market: How Uniform Marketers Can Appeal To The Growing Retail Industry

Posted by Steven Moreno on Apr 17, 2018 12:40:19 PM

The market is always changing, and successful businesses adjust their operations in accordance with these changes. Few trends are more important to uniform marketing than the ongoing growth of the retail trade. Despite increased competition from online stores, retail businesses continue to expand, and are projected to add 314,200 jobs by 2024. By offering retailers easy online access to the uniforms they need, you can take advantage of this trend and achieve enduring financial success.

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Topics: Uniform Industry News

Safety Solutions: How Uniforms & Gear Make Hazardous Workplaces More Secure

Posted by Steven Moreno on Feb 27, 2018 1:56:53 PM

When asked to identify the benefits of professional uniforms and gear, most people would likely answer that they help employees appear professional while establishing a chain of command. Yet the benefits are far more valuable than this, especially in industries that suffer form high rates of accidents and employee injuries. Quality gear helps improve safety on multiple fronts, allowing workers to protect themselves and their colleagues during even the most hazardous activities. Thus as a uniform marketer, it is critical for you to make the safety benefits of your products clear when organizing private accounts for your clients.

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Topics: Uniform Industry News

Location Limitations: The Importance Of Controlling Where Clients Ship Your Products

Posted by Rick Levine on Jan 17, 2018 10:06:00 AM

The modern economy is increasingly defined by the massive scale of business. Companies continue to expand their operations across the country or even all over the world, whether by opening new stores or making arrangements with other retailers. While this development creates new opportunities, it also can give rise to challenges, especially for companies that require their employees to wear uniforms. Uniform marketers can help their clients meet these challenges by setting up location limitations for online sales portals. By giving clients the freedom to restrict uniform shipments to certain locations, you make it easier for them to save money, keep track of purchases, and order gear conveniently throughout their time in business.

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Topics: Managing A Uniform Program, B2B Group Purchasing

Deduction Diligence: The Benefits Of Letting Clients' Employees Make Purchases From Their Payroll

Posted by Rick Levine on Jan 11, 2018 9:03:00 AM

When designing private portals for uniform customers, efficient payments should be your top priority. Not only does payment efficiency allow you to collect your revenues quickly and effectively, but it also makes clients more confident about their purchases. The easier it is for your customers to pay for their gear and confirm that the funds have gone through, the less worried they will be about outstanding obligations. They will thus come to see ordering your uniforms as a stress-free process, making them more likely to work with you in the future.

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Topics: Sellers Commerce Platform, B2B Group Purchasing, B2B Microsites

Departmental Divisions: Organizing Clients’ Uniform Purchases By Department

Posted by Rick Levine on Jan 3, 2018 10:08:00 AM

When creating a private portal for uniform and gear purchases, your single most important goal must be to make clients’ lives easier. The less time and effort they have to put into selecting and ordering their gear, the more they can devote those precious resources to their companies. This means that business customers are far more likely to purchase uniforms and accessories from you if you simplify the searching and selection process. One of the most effective ways to do this is to figure out how your clients’ divide employees into departments, and then organize your product selections based on those departments.

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Seasonal Savvy: The Importance of Grouping Uniforms By Season

Posted by Rick Levine on Dec 28, 2017 10:45:58 AM

Successful uniform marketing isn’t just about showcasing your gear to potential customers. It also involves demonstrating exactly how customers can use that gear effectively, so they never miss an opportunity to enhance their operations with your products. To do this, you must identify all the distinct ways in which your gear might benefit them, and call attention to each of them in your marketing materials. One of the greatest but most frequently overlooked benefits that clients can get from their gear is the ability to prepare for seasonal weather patterns. Thus when grouping your products for clients’ private online stores, make sure to include seasons as a category.

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Vying For Values: The Importance Of Tying Your Uniforms To The Greater Good

Posted by Rick Levine on Dec 13, 2017 1:46:42 PM

One of the advantages of going into business in the uniform industry is that no one can question the value of your products. Professional gear serves a number of clear purposes, including improving the safety of your workers, helping you to organize your operations, and reducing your use of energy and other scarce resources. Given that your products have so many important features, you have a unique opportunity to appeal to customers’ values and morals. By marketing yourself as a company that makes the workplace and the world better, you cause customers to feel good about buying from you, encouraging them to stick with your brand for the long haul.

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Topics: Marketing Your Uniform Company, B2B Websites

Payroll Deduction Prudence: An Option For Facilitating Employee Uniform Purchases

Posted by Rick Levine on Dec 7, 2017 10:19:26 AM

As a uniform retailer, your Number 1 goal should always be to make your clients’ lives easier. And when those clients are large businesses with multitudes of employees, there are few better ways to make it easier for them than to save them from buying gear for each of their workers. One of the simplest and most effective ways to do this is to allow clients’ employees to select and purchase uniforms on their own. But clients don’t want their workers to spend company money with abandon, which means you must find a way to ensure responsible payments for such purchases. By deducting the cost from employees’ payrolls, you can maximize convenience for clients without putting their money at risk.

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Topics: B2B Group Purchasing, B2B Websites

Supervisor Setups: The Importance Of Giving Managers Specialized Control Over Uniform Accounts

Posted by Rick Levine on Nov 29, 2017 1:24:16 PM

Businesses that set up private uniform accounts face a dilemma: just how much power should they give employees over purchases? Give employees too much autonomy and they risk letting them spend with abandon or purchase gear that they don't need. But if they take the power to order uniforms away from employees, they force managers to make those decision for them. Not only does this distract managers from other business activities, but it raises the risk that they'll make uniform decisions that aren’t suited to employees’ individual needs.

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Topics: Managing A Uniform Program, B2B Group Purchasing, B2B Websites

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