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sales-i joins the GIMA.

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sales-i is proud to announce our recent membership of GIMA, the Garden Industry Manufacturers’ Association. Representing both UK and pan-European companies supplying the UK garden industry, GIMA serves to promote and protect their commercial, trading and industrial interests.

GIMA also fosters the exchange of views and opinions between members and organizations on matters of importance both within a external to the industry. As a GIMA member, sales-i joins over 150 companies with a combined turnover approaching £1.5 billion.

As a close-knit industry, built upon the grounds of exceptional customer service and superior products, sales-i is a great addition to GIMA. With intuitive sales, business and customer intelligence, sales-i will allow suppliers, manufacturers and distributors alike from across the garden industry to sell more intelligently and ultimately, improve their bottom line.

Neil Gow, Director of GIMA adds, “In the ever increasingly competitive market place our members are operating in, up to the minute information for sales people, particularly those out in the field, on customer buying behavior and other aspects of sales intelligence is vital if opportunities are not to be missed. GIMA is very pleased to have sales-i as a member, supporting suppliers and helping them to gain a competitive advantage”

Here at sales-i, getting closer to our customers is a key priority for the team and becoming members of trade associations such as GIMA, afford sales-i the opportunity to better understand the issues facing the garden industry.

Paul Black, CEO and co-founder of sales-i comments, “Understanding the core challenges and opportunities facing our customers and prospects is a must for our team, in any sector. Our association with industry-focused organizations such as GIMA strengthens our sales process from start to finsh.”

For more information about GIMA, please visit www.gima.org.uk

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