What to Look
Jamey Gentry, Director
Most companies tend to hold the line when it comes vendors. They prefer staff to use the companies who have already been approved so economies of scale can be realized for cost efficiencies. But adding a new vendor might be the right decision if you gain significant value from the new partnership.
Change is hard though, and the vetting process is often a long and painful process. This handy checklist might make it a little easier. It outlines the critical factors you should consider when selecting a vendor. If you’re looking for a specialist in promotional marketing, check out this video.
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