Through the years we’ve found that working in the business-to-business marketing arena calls for most of the same elements of marketing as working in the consumer marketing environment.
That means asking the right questions and listening carefully. We’ve studied the markets for everything from computer-aided manufacturing software to thermoformed plastics to synthetic fabrics to integrated supply chain management. We’ve helped companies make the transition from highly specialized retail distribution to the world of the “big box” store.
Recently, we’ve been working with an increasing number of business-to-business marketers to refine their e-commerce programs.
We have worked with the following:
- Altell/360 Communications
- Amoco Nisseki CLAF, Inc.
- Cincinnati Bell Telephone Company
- Columbia/Virginia Natural Gas
- Continental Telephone Company of Virginia
- Cincinnati Microwave
- Deere & Company
- Fabri-Kal Corporation
- Ferguson Enterprises, Inc.
- National Data Corporation (NDC)
- National Lead of Ohio
- Riviera/St. Charles Cabinets Inc
- Rubbermaid Commercial Products
- Safelite AutoGlass
- Spirit Cruises, Inc.
- VNU Information Systems