Consumer electronics distributor D&H Distributing grew in a number of key retail categories during their 2016 fiscal year, the company said in a statement this week. FY 2016 ended April 30, and during the year, D&H saw improved performance in categories like connected home solutions (up 121 percent over the previous year), 3D printing (100 percent), health and wellness products (78 percent), and wearables (72 percent).
D&H credited the growth to proactive initiatives in demand generation, training, and customer engagement. As a whole, D&H said dealers grew their business with the company by close to 17 percent during the most recent fiscal year.
Outside of those top-four categories, D&H also saw double-digit growth in desktop/monitors, kitchen and housewares, notebook computers, and video game hardware. Here’s a look at the complete list, which D&H provided in its statement: