D&H Distributing said this week that it will host its 19th annual New England Technology Show next month, in Boston's historic Quincy Market. The event is scheduled for Tuesday, August 11.
D&H Distributing announced 6 percent growth during Q4 of its fiscal year 2009 (ending April 30, 2009). The distributor saw increases of 54 percent in the notebooks/netbooks category, 41 percent in mobile devices, 23 percent in GPS navigation and 54 percent in HDTVs, with particularly strong growth in HDTVs under 30 inches. Over the past year, D&H has added 1,500 new accounts every quarter.
To kick off our annual distribution package, we surveyed some of the industry’s leading executives to find out the most important initiatives they‘ve implemented to help dealers drive more sales and gain more profit during these tough times. Don’t forget to check out our full distribution coverage each day at www.dealerscope.com and in the magazine’s Pipeline and The Source sections. Let’s hear from the executives:
D&H Distributing has launched a "Go Green" product search tool on its Web site, www.dandh.com. The tool lets users find more environmentally friendly products, including more than 2,100 that turn up in a search, from such vendors as Samsung, Sony, Toshiba and many more.
Here are some outtakes from our annual distribution report coming out in the April's Dealerscope. We asked some of the industry's leading distributors to tell us what their main initiatives are in 2009 to help their retailers and dealers generate more sales, profits and operational efficiencies. Make sure to check out the rest in April's issue.
Lexmark International has added Staples, Office Depot, OfficeMax, InkStop, MicroCenter and Fry's to its distribution footprint. Products going to these retailers include the Professional Series line of printers and all-in-ones (AIOs) for the small office/home office (SOHO) and small and medium business (SMB) markets.