This week's Industrial Distribution Video Market Report, brought to you by IDtv, features the latest in consolidation news, year-end financial results for Applied Technologies, sales recruitment tips from Scott Hudson of Chally Group Worldwide, and a chance to register to a free Webinar by Industrial Distribution discussing online selling for distributors.
This week's Industrial Distribution Video Market Report, brought to you by IDtv, features the latest in consolidation news, year-end financial results in which eCommerce and vending solutions feature widely, and a BIG announcement as we add to the staff here at Industrial Distribution. If you have an idea for future newscasts, please leave your comment below, or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Video Market Report 3: Intense Consolidation Activity, Association News, And Trends In The 2013 EconomyJanuary 15, 2013 4:21 pm | by Industrial Distribution Staff
This week's Video Market Report, brought to you by IDtv reports flurry of consolidations that have happened over the past few weeks, takes a look at some association news and events, and discusses a few of the trends in the industrial economy going into the new year.
What are the factors that will affect a US manufacturing resurgence? In this brief video from consulting firm PwC, US Industrial Products leader Bob McCutcheon discusses seven key factors that will affect a resurgence in US manufacturing, from shale gas, to talent, to demand and more.
In the second episode of the Video Market Report, brought to you by IDtv, we’re discussing our recent manufacturing forecast for the 2013 market, the latest social network created specifically for the industry, the UPS Design Lab where packaging takes a punch, and the latest mergers & acquisitions in the industrial market.
In the debut episode of the Video Market Report, brought to you by IDtv, we’re discussing the Black Friday numbers and what it means to the industrial marketplace, how confidence is up in the construction market, a new industry conference, and the latest mergers & acquisitions in the industrial market.
Check out this video to hear Avnet's Douglas Kent discuss the Sustainable Supply Chain by explaining what it is. He will also discuss why it is important for distributors to implement, how it should be used, how to develop it and where to start.
Jim Tompkins discusses the Amazon Effect in a new video that demonstrates how the online retailer is changing the face of global business. Between now and holiday season of 2013, both in-store and online companies have major decisions to make that will result in either success or bankruptcy.
Got dust or fumes in your workplace? Hold on because you're about to take a virtual ride and fly through a Gold Series industrial dust collector from Camfill Farr. See how it works and how it can help you clean up your factory by watching this dust collector video.
Use cloud distribution software to coordinate information among order entry, sales, shipping, and finance personnel. Information is passed seamlessly through real-time dashboards. The software is inexpensive to maintain because all functions are centralized and delivered in a web browser.
The tools work with standard or metric, and right or left hand threads. In addition, they can repair threads that are at the beginning of a nut or bolt . . .
Streamlight's sponsorship of NFFF helps fund various initiatives, including the organization's National Memorial Weekend tribute to fallen heroes . . .
This two section light boom can be extended to 18.5 feet for maximum area coverage and collapsed to 9.6 feet . . .
The founder of Kiva Systems talks about why you should let your inventory come to you, instead of you going to it . . .
Check out Hog Heaven, a new matting solution for industrial environments.
Columnists from Reuters' Breakingviews discuss why U.S. companies shouldn't let their CEOs be chairmen as well.
Virgin Atlantic Airlines CEO Richard Branson offers a few thoughts on the state of the workplace today and what can be done to improve unemployment, worker satisfaction, and productivity. If you're having trouble watching this video, try downloading the latest version of Flash Player or contacting your IT department.
A style update, social media skills, and a little boost in self confidence are among the ways Christine Driscoll O'Neill helps boost the careers of people who have lost their jobs as a result of the Great Recession. O'Neill started a Massachusetts company centered on the idea that unemployed people not only lose a job and a paycheck, but they also lose their image.
This video takes us on a tour of a high-speed warehouse that features packing machines operating at ground speeds of over 70 miles per hour. If you're having trouble watching this video, try downloading the latest version of Flash Player or contacting your IT department. Have any comments or questions about our videos? Or do you have a video you'd like to see featured in one of our deployments? Email me at Mike.
Is globalization good or bad for the middle-class American? CNN speaks to New York Times columnist Thomas Friedman, who attempts to answer that very question. He also attempts to answer how typical U.S. workers can make globalization work for them in this tough, competitive, and increasingly complex global economy.