Daisy Distribution to alter its multi-network deal clinics

Written by: Paul Withers
Daisy Distribution to alter its multi-network deal clinics

Dealers given the whole day to pitch business ideas and opportunities to Daisy Distribution’s network partners at its forthcoming deal clinic next month 

Daisy Distribution will introduce new workshops for its dealers at its fourth multi-network deal clinic on February 8, including more appointment time with the networks.

The deal clinic, which will next take place at Mottram Hill, Cheshire, gives partners the opportunity to pitch business opportunities and ideas to the airtime distributor’s network partners – O2, Vodafone and Orange – in a bid to win support from them.

These appointments with the networks will now run throughout the day and replace the formal presentations from the networks and key application partners.

There will also be three zones – a Daisy Distribution, network and manufacturer zones – which partners can visit in between deal clinics.

The Daisy Distribution zone will offer workshops to partners, where discussions will centre around the company’s inTouch job management system and partner extranet, as well as retention and marketing.

The network zone will see O2, Vodafone and Orange demonstrate their services and share their current strategies. This zone will also be attended by Daisy Distribution’s M2M operator, Wireless Logic.

Manufacturers will be present in the final zone to showcase their latest devices and product offerings.

Daisy Distribution marketing director Julien Parven said: “We’re confident the new formula for February’s event will not only enhance partners’ experiences, but bring about just as many, if not more, business opportunities for both our partners and the networks.”

Up to 30 of Daisy Distribution’s partners will be invited to attend the deal clinic next month on a first come first served basis.

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