2014's Distributor Profiles
Could serious high-fidelity equipment be making a comeback?
If you are planning a $200 splurge on premium headphones - as millions of people are this year - who will give you the most for your money? Maybe a rapper like Dr. Dre, 50 Cent, Nick Cannon or Ludacris?
Or will you get better sound with headphones branded by rockers like Motörhead or inspired by the reggae artist Bob Marley?
Maybe headphones associated with the sports stars Tim Tebow and Michael Phelps or the reality television star Nicole Polizzi, better known as Snooki, produce even better sound?
Capitol announced Wednesday that it is now distributing Wilson Electronics products. The company, which produces cell phone signal boosters, will also participate in the upcoming Capitol Learning Institute.
Capitol announced new additions to its upcoming CLI Expo this week, and also said that registration has opened for the event.
Capitol announced Monday that its upcoming Capitol Learning Institute (CLI) will feature a Panasonic training session. The event is scheduled for April 29 and 30 in Bloomington, Minn.
In his new role as Sennheiser's vice president of sales, John Falcone will be focusing more of his time battling counterfeiters. With the way things are going, he might not have time to do much else.
Mention the word ‘accessories’ to a salesperson and images of small, low-ticket items immediately come to mind. But as consumers invest more money in big-ticket gear, many of the accompanying accessories have been rising in quality and price. To add as much functionality to their investments as possible, consumers are reaching for their wallets to buy the appropriate accessories. “There has been a definite trend toward more premium-priced accessories. The iPod is a current example of it, but I think it was Harley Davidson that started this trend,” said Chris Lyons, manager of educational and technical communications at Shure, Evanston, Ill. After purchasing a $20,000