Today, Erik MacPherson talks about the foodservice equipment distribution chain and the challenges of getting to the end-user (or foodservice operator).
Occasionally we like to provide supplemental information that isn't just about marketing but is relevant to the people we know in the foodservice equipment world. Here's a guest post from our friend Rick Kent, a member of MAFSI and a veteran of the foodservice equipment and supply industry, who has a lot of knowledge to share about the world of health insurance.
Live events are not cheap. Especially when food is involved. Live cooking demonstrations require both a time and financial investment by manufacturers' reps, from buying and prepping the ingredients to setting aside half of a working day for the event. So after all that investment, will the event be worth it when it’s over?
It's data. Data is king. Data is knowledge. Without data, how can you move your company forward?
Let's first take a look at the 'buyer's journey' and how it's changing right in front of us.
The way we engage with our buyers online needs to change. Currently, the foodservice equipment industry is disregarding two very important phases of the buyer's journey, which hinders our ability to sell. We must engage with buyers well before they are ready for a quote, but how?
TMC Digital Media is not for every foodservice business. Let's take a close look at some of the keys to successful partnerships with our clients.