Daisy Distribution to run third multi network deal clinic

Written by: Paul Withers
Daisy Distribution to run third multi network deal clinic

Distribution arm to hold day for its partners in West Midlands with presence from all three of its network partners

Daisy Distribution will hold its third exclusive multi network deal clinic at the Hogarths Hotel in Solihull, West Midlands on October 20 following the success of its previous two events in Newcastle in May and Suffolk in July.

Daisy’s partners will be given the opportunity to liaise with all three of the distributor’s network partners – O2, Vodafone and Orange – allowing them to pitch business opportunities and development ideas in a bid to win support.

The deal clinic will be held between 10am and 6pm and cater for a maximum of 30 invited Daisy Distribution partners on a first come first served basis.

It will be split into three main areas’ formal presentations from network partners and key application partners, individual deal clinic meetings, and a ‘breakout room’ where each of the network and application partners will be demonstrating throughout the afternoon.

The event will once again be headlined by a network-agnostic BlackBerry presentation, showcasing its latest products and sharing sales techniques and activities for partners to use in their own businesses. Destiny Wireless and Wireless Logic will also be presenting their solutions.

Daisy Distribution marketing director Julien Parven said: “At the last deal clinic, we engaged with 28 partners, sat in excess of 40 deal clinic appointments and uncovered opportunities for 1,600+ connections. This is an excellent result for us, the partners and the networks.

“Understandably, partners saw it as a great opportunity to fully engage with the networks to understand their path and what strategic direction they were taking in the channel.

“Having previously held single network clinics, we are confident that going multi network is the key to our success and gives us the opportunity to form closer relationships and take away some unique business opportunities that we otherwise wouldn’t have explored.”

 

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