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ISSA: clean way

to lean offices

Trombetta tells how commitment

to hygiene services can convert

commodity dealers’ dire destiny

 

18 Aug’14

ISSA, the worldwide cleaning organization is partnering with US leading buying group TriMega. It’s sales chief Anthony Trombetta will be speaking at the EPIC conference in Florida next month. We spoke with Anthony today to discuss dealer opportunities and plans...Wednesday

Danwood CEO’s
deluded denial

Can he transform team after
turmoil & fantasy forecasts


1 Aug’14
CRN recently interviewed Steve Francis, turnaround chief of the UK’s biggest print reseller Danwood. Would he repeat his critical rant of previous management and industry standards?

Best Buy talks

tanking tablets

CEO Joly interview with Walt

Mossberg re tech & retail trends

 

31 Jul’14

Re/code’s highly respected tech guru Walt Mossberg interviewed Hubert Joly, CEO of Best Buy, the last standing nationwide big-box, bricks-and-mortar consumer electronics retailer, with over 1,000 main stores and hundreds of smaller mobile device stores.

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iBuy flying high
in office supply

We interview web wonder Weber
on productivity success secrets 

 

6 Jul'14 (Complete)

In 2011, we profiled ex-Fellowes executive Ron Weber of iBuyOfficeSupply.com of Plymouth (MN) who founded the etail start-up in 2007. He has doubled sales in the past 3 years with plans to achieve $20m+ in 2016.

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Gentile’s 3D

Growth drivers

Independent Stationers’ chief

discusses digital destiny dilemma

 

1 Jul'14 (Complete)

Mike Gentile, CEO of Independent Stationers is about to complete 10 years as leader of the progressive marketing group. We discuss his early challenges, its marketing transformation and its new direction…

Titan Tencent tag
Amzn & Facebook

Tech war raging in China... a 
winner seems set to emerge.

 

26 Apr’14
Amazon dominates ecommerce in the US; Alibaba, Tencent and Baidu are vying for dominance in China with eyes on western markets. Tencent’s lead in mobility looks like giving it a major edge.


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