Ozolutions, Inc. has signed a letter of intent to acquire all the outstanding common and preferred shares of Specdex, Inc.
Company initiates investor relations program in Germany
BEVsystems International, Inc. was granted permission by the Deutsche Borse AG and has begun trading on the Third Market Segment of the Frankfurt Stock Exchange. The trading symbol is "BYL" and the German securities code (WKN) is 932640.
Advertising in national publications and television stations is the standard route taken by businesses, even small ones. Promotions and advertising are key to any good business. However, it is small businesses that reach out directly to their communities that gain marketshare and a solid customer base.
If you’ve seen it once, you’ve seen it a hundred times — customers who come to you looking for a home filtration system, unaware of what their specific needs are. While many consumers simply want a system that improves their water’s taste and aesthetic qualities, the majority are looking for a product that will make their water healthier. But as you know, “healthier” is a subjective term, and without knowing the issues that are present in the customer’s water, providing them with a system that fits their needs isn’t very easy to do.
How Culligan helps its dealers become better-educated consumers of drinking water
It’s too bad that so many water management and
manufacturing firms waste so much money on public relations (PR) activities
that have little or no impact on the press or, more importantly, on their
Public relations efforts are better off with management’s involvement.
Recent market research showed that more than 73 percent of consumers prefer to consult with a water treatment professional when dealing with arsenic. Combining this inclination with the preference for the POE approach, the treatment professional has a unique opportunity to generate significant new revenue from POE sales with minimal upfront effort.
The unprecedented events of Sept. 11 and the recession that began hitting our nation at the beginning of 2001 created havoc in the business world. The water industry was no exception; it also saw its share of fluctuation. With such an unpredictable economy, we move into 2002. WQP asked industry professionals nationwide to comment on what the water industry may see in the upcoming year. Although these professionals share their outlooks for next year, only time will tell what lies ahead.
2002 Industry Predictions
Not since 1990 have we seen a downturn in the economy as we have for the past five months. Most indicators point to only a mild improvement through the middle of this year. While the downturn – okay, recession – was tough in the early 1990s, you have to go back to the early 1980s to see one that had the global scale as the one we’re experiencing now.
Even before the Sept. 11 disaster, we saw the warning signs.
Not since 1990 have we seen a downturn in the economy as we have for the past five months. Most indicators point to only a mild improvement through the middle of this year. While the downturn - okay, recession - was tough in the early 1990s, you have to go back to the early 1980s to see one that had the global scale as the one we're experiencing now.
From delivery of water to volunteering in the relief efforts at "Ground Zero," Culligan got involved
Like the rest of the country, Culligan employees and Culligan dealers, were devastated as they watched the events of Sept. 11 unfold. While many could only watch, the Culligan family responded, doing all that they could to help the rescuers and victims in New York, Washington D.C., and Pennsylvania cope with the devastation.
The Gas Chlorine Education Committee announced the launch of an industry-wide campaign entitled, "Gas Chlorine: The One and Only Choice for Water Disinfection." The year-long campaign takes aim at unsubstantiated reports questioning the safety of gas chlorination.
Committee launches chlorine safety campaign