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Seminars help to promote strong business for leading manufacturer


Seminars help to promote strong business for leading manufacturer

Leading fabricator framexpress ltd has recently held a number of insightful seminars for key customers in conjunction with Tradelynks and Profile 22. The courses have been developed to assist in further strengthening business relations and helping customers to promote their own companies in a constructive way.

A very favourable response has been received from frameXpress customers who have clearly stated the positive benefits and relevance in attending the workshops. Some have expressed an interest to attend future seminars that will be held later in the year on a variety of topics.

The seminars last for five hours and it is intended that they will be run in quarterly sessions. A factory tour concludes the tutorials to highlight the substantial investment that has been made by frameXpress in diverse areas such as people, automation and software.

The in-house seminars were introduced specifically to assist FrameXpress customers in improving their profit margins. Advice was given regarding internal and external marketing activities, combating price differentials, expanding existing customer bases and pushing businesses into prospective industry sectors.

Based in Telford, frameXpress is considered one of the most progressive manufacturers with an ongoing development programme that is designed to ensure customer satisfaction remains a main priority.

The team at frameXpress prides itself on producing only the highest standards by using quality suppliers including Stuga, Rotox, Profile 22, K2 Roofing, Winlock, Maco and Pilkingtons. These key elements were highlighted to demonstrate the superiority of the products in the FrameXpress range and to assist the customers in further promoting their companies.

Other aspects incorporated into the seminars included tips on lead generation and some useful advice on how to approach new prospects.

David Dineen, Managing Director, Priory Plastics commented: “ The course was very well conducted and it will greatly benefit my business”

Colin Edwards, Safeway Conservatories Ltd commented: “ I have learnt a lot and know that it will make a difference to my company.”

Les Cordingley, Managing Director, Cordingley Windows commented: “This was very worthwhile and very interesting.”

frameXpress Director, Stuart Green comments, “We consider that it is pivotal to the success of any company to work alongside its customers, offering advice and encouragment where possible. This company has a flexible, friendly approach, aiming to provide our customers with only the best support services available.”

He continues, “Not everyone has the time to consider all the opportunities possible to further promote their business. By running a series of these seminars we are hoping to offer additional support and alternative considerations for development within a fiercely competitive industry.”

Stuart Green concludes, “It is always invaluable to listen to the opinions of industry professionals such as Profile 22 who have a wealth of experience on which everyone can draw initiatives.”

Further seminars will be run throughout the year with further specific modules covering Marketing, Sales, Customer Care and Business Planning. Some of these will be offered regionally in order to accommodate the hectic schedules of frameXpress customers.




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