By Lisa Johnston
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Harrisburg, Pa. – D&H Distributing will hold its New England 2013 Technology Show on Aug. 6 at the Boston Marriott Quincy Hotel, Quincy, Mass.
The distributor expects close to 500 attendees and more than 60 participating vendors for this event. Registration begins at 11 a.m., with seminars initiating at noon. The exhibit floor opens at 3 p.m.
This TWICE webinar, hosted by senior editor Alan Wolf, will take a look at what may be the hottest CE products at retail that will be sold during the all-important fourth quarter. Top technologies, market strategies and industry trends will be discussed with industry analysts and executives.
Harrisburg, Pa. — An accelerated changeover to touchscreen interfaces can help retailers tap into new sales opportunities in computing, according to D&H Distributing.
The North American CE and IT distributor said it is anticipating a faster upgrade cycle for touch-based notebooks, Ultrabooks and all-in-one PCs as consumers become more inclined to trade up their devices in pursuit of the latest features and apps.
This increased turnover, said D&H co-president Dan Schwab, will translate to incremental profits for dealers.
Harrisburg, Pa. — D&H Distributing will host its Mid-Atlantic Summer 2013 Technology Show on June 5 at the Hershey Lodge and Convention Center in Hershey, Pa.
The first East Coast D&H event of the 2013 season, the distributor expects close to 1,000 attendees and more than 120 participating vendors. Registration starts at 11 a.m. and seminars begin at 12 p.m., with the exhibit floor opening at 3 p.m.
Harrisburg, Pa. — D&H Distributing has introduced its Get Authorized program for its customers, designed to reduce the time and labor of the vendor-authorization process.
That’s the process which dealers, retailers and resellers must go through in order to buy products that are subject to MAP, UPP and similar authorization restrictions.
Harrisburg, Pa. — D&H Distributing, the 95-year old privately held CE and computer products distributor, reported 8 percent sales growth in its fiscal year, ended April 30, due to sales of mobility products.
D&H said its sales performance is more than three times the organic growth rate achieved by consumer electronics distribution in general over the past year.
Harrisburg, Pa. — D&H Distributing, the national IT and CE distributor, is offering customers free access to a D-Link webcast on sales opportunities in IP surveillance.
The webcast, “D-Link IP Camera Solutions: Profit from Adding IP Surveillance to Every Sale,” demonstrates how to set up a simple IP surveillance system for a home and/or small-business environment, and outlines sales strategies for marketing these solutions.
Harrisburg, Pa. — D&H Distributing is introducing “What’s Trending,” an online tool that lists the most frequently viewed items on DandH.com, updated several times daily.
Dealers and retailers can now see a roster of hot products in different markets at a glance. “What’s Trending” delivers insights into shopping trends, so e-tailers, retailers and consumer electronics dealers can make this information part of an educated purchasing decision, the distributor said.
Harrisburg, PA – Case and mobile accessories maker Codi is working with distributor partners D&H Distributing and Synnex to implement a new value-added marketplace strategy.
The effort, dubbed PartnerPlus, provides turn-key solutions, tools and benefits to help value-added dealers increase their sales of Codi products. Benefits include preferred product allocations, deal registration, market development funds, partner-only promotions, best-in-class marketing and customer support, and Codi field-based resources.
Harrisburg, Pa. — The Super Bowl blackout in Sunday is a teachable moment, or a reminder about the importance of power protection, according to D&H Distributing.
The distributor said in a release today that the blackout “at Super Bowl XLVII in New Orleans proves that no infrastructure is immune to power outages— and the repercussions of even a short spate of downtime.”