Posts Tagged ‘DME’

Incremental Products: Employee Training

Posted on: August 10th, 2017 by Rob Baumhover

Hello Again, We last talked about how to find the best incremental products for your DME. Before your staff can sell new products, they need to be trained and comfortable with them. It would be nice if everything we brought in would just sell itself (and some will), but the majority of the time it […]

“Be careful what you wish for…”

Posted on: July 21st, 2017 by Maria Markusen

“Be careful what you wish for…” is supposedly a very ancient Chinese proverb. Apparently, people have said it since the beginning of time.  Lately, the retail team is secretly mumbling this ancient wisdom under our breath.  Why you ask? For years the VGM Retail team has said, “Great looking stores are important.   But, great looking […]

Cattle, Teenagers and #Caretailing?

Posted on: July 19th, 2017 by Maria Markusen

  Learning from the Unexpected It turns out, teenagers, like elevators and airplanes can tell us much about the human condition too.  Last week I lost my cool, big time, for the first time, in a long time.  Jim and I spent five days with five 17-year-old boys plus a 12-year-old tween.  One morning we […]

A BRIEF HISTORY OF MARKETING

Posted on: July 14th, 2017 by Staci Langel

What’s interesting about the marketing and advertising industry is the negative reaction to it. Everyone, myself included, complains about the commercials interrupting our TV shows or radio stations or the ads that show up in your Facebook feed. Yet as the history of marketing shows us, it’s a necessary evil. So grab your pencils and […]

Introducing the M+D Crutch

Posted on: July 10th, 2017 by Rob Baumhover

Introducing the M+D Crutch– a leap in Ambulatory Aid Innovation and DME Profitability. For your customers, it eliminates the two worst parts of standard crutches: Pain in the wrist and armpits Loss of hand functionality For your retail location M+D Crutches represents: 40% net margin Cash Sale User Experience: The M+D Crutch distributes the user’s […]