With a focus on new product areas that reflect the changing world we live in, Superstat has launched their 2021 Concise catalogue
Due for delivery to their members next week, the catalogue is the only Exertis coded catalogue in the marketplace bringing the growing number of progressive dealers who major with Exertis a much-anticipated publication to go to market with.
Superstat dealer Peter Tissington, director of Warrall Business Supplies thanked Superstat for their work in helping ambitious dealers to succeed: “We have ambitious growth plans for next year and the Superstat catalogue is a key part of that. We have also taken up the free sales training sessions that Superstat have provided for us. Both great examples of how they group is working on our behalf to help dealers succeed.”
The catalogue focuses on new product areas shaped by the changing world in which we live in. This includes a meaningful presence of IT products including laptops and tablets, COVID protection and a new home zone section dedicated to helping people work effectively from home.
Marketing director Karly Haley commented: “We have had some great feedback form dealers and suppliers already. It has been a tough year for everyone and the catalogue gives dealers a market leading publication that increases sales, builds margin and lets them hit the streets in January ready for business.
“This is the culmination of months of hard work to bring a catalogue to market during a pandemic and the unique collaboration between Exertis, Superstat and our approved suppliers, it is testimony to what can be achieved with meaningful partnerships when everyone involved is invested in the same outcome of helping independent dealers thrive.”
Tim Holmes, commercial manager for office products at Exertis Supplies commented: “To produce a high quality and innovative catalogue in such a short space of time was only achievable with a high degree of collaboration and lots of hard work the Superstat team. We were really pleased to see Superstat’s progressive approach in making the opening section ‘technology’ which is an increasingly important range for us all.”