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Why is continuing education important for today’s electrica [...]

By Bridget McCrea It’s easy to get caught up in the day-to-day duties of running an electrical distributorship. There are sales to close, new products to review, catalogs to produce…

The art of cooking a small fish

http://www.adhq.com/art-cooking-small-fish”>By David Oldfather, Affiliated Distributors  I am occasionally asked for my opinion regarding the most effective way to lead a large organization. This question, of course, gives me yet another…

Whitepaper warns distributors of potential pitfalls in cont [...]

The National Association of Electrical Distributors (NAED) has released “Terms & Conditions: Reading the Fine Print,” a whitepaper focused on the complicated wording often found in contracts and supply agreements.…

Lightfair recap: What shined the most and where do we go fr [...]

By Brian Owen A few years ago at Lightfair I was asked, “Where are the big guys?” We saw the leaner and new “young” LED technology companies coming onto the…

Spotlighting the successes at Lightfair: Who won what

By Brian Owen Welcome to the last day of the trade show day at Lightfair 2012 and the daily recap from tedmag.com. With the early start on the floor at…

Lessons learned at Lightfair: It’s more than LEDs

By Misty Byers, Editor, tED magazine Okay, LEDs are a big part of Lightfair…really big. And that’s because there is little doubt that LEDs are the future. Manufacturers are focusing…

Lessons learned at Lighfair: What contractors want

By Misty Byers, Editor, tED magazine Lightfair is bigger than ever—at least it appears that way. According to lightfair.com, the 2012 show features more than 500 exhibitors situated on more…

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