A U.S. manufacturer of fibreglass pools has launched a unique new marketing tool for its dealers—the Metaverse Aspen Pool—which focuses on increasing customer engagement and generating sales through immersion in a digital world.
When it comes to the current marketplace, many companies need to find new ways to service and install more pools in less time using smaller crews. As a result, pool professionals are no longer limiting themselves to a single construction type. Even long time inground pool installers of other types are adding fibreglass pools to keep their repertoire competitive.
As a company, Aqua-Tech prioritizes its network of relationships; both with its staff, clients, and the industry at large. Kathi Belcourt, the company’s director of sales and service, says when a business has a culture rooted in caring, profitability comes naturally.
Whether people recognize it or not, everyone has their own personal brand, and it is important to maintain it in today’s noisy, digital world, where information spreads quickly and often without a thought about the consequences. This article will discuss tips for success when it comes to both personal and business branding, and how businesses can navigate difficult customer interactions.
Uniforms provide a professional image for employees and spread brand awareness for the business they represent. For pool retailers and service staff, who are often going to visit their clients, this is especially important. Clients need to be able to trust the workers entering their homes and yards to install or service their pools.
By using strategic marketing, performing a detailed inventory analysis, and by maximizing the potential of e-commerce, business owners should be able to increase their pool and spa product sales, and select new product lines to feature at their locations in the off-season.
Fluidra has pledged to plant a tree for every variable-speed pump sold between Oct. 24 and Oct. 28, as part of its Climate Action Week incentive to meet its environmental, social, and governance (ESG) goals.
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