A lot of businesses that are buying signage are planning to go to trade shows. They need a pop up display or a truss display and graphics. In other words, a full blown set up with all the “trade show” bells and whistles.
All companies want to sell. Many are happy with their current level of sales – others want to grow sales. But whether you want to grow or stay where you are, you’re focused on a sales metric to drive your business.
At some level, anyone running a small business is an optimist. You have to believe that your combination of hard work, perseverance, customer service and product value will bring you success in the market.
We are in the middle of a survey of our customers. We love this – we usually think we know what’s going on, and then we learn a few things we don’t! It’s all really great information – and as an aside to all of our blog readers, try it sometimes. Ask your customers what they value, what they think, what they want. You’ll be fascinated if you haven’t been doing this.
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