Hello All,I'm trying to find some dealers that work mainly with churches/houses of worship globally. Respond with:1) City, State/Country2) Some brands you deal3) Size of churches you deal withThe main thing I'm trying to accomplish is finding trends in what churches/houses of worship find most important when deciding which equipment/company to use. Maybe different areas find certain things more important than others? What do you all think?
I am curious as to why you want this?Sent from my iPad using Tapatalk HD
"Hi, I'd like our competitors to help us build value into our offerings, so that way we can try to poach their business." That's what I read in to this request. A/V dealers work long and hard to develop traits that help them to stand above the competition-- that's all part of being a sales person (and being in the sales industry). Some only handle their geographic area. Others have staff across the country, and travel. Some rely only on word of mouth- others do online sales, some rely on printed catalogs, and some do all. It just depends on the company and what they're comfortable with.I don't think your employer expects you to ask other A/V companies to share their trade secrets... I can definitely assure you that these A/V sales companies are not going to want to spend time helping a competitor in this manner...-Ray
I think we could better help if you let us know:1. Your City, State/Country2. Brands that you may have in mind or experience with3. Size of your churchYou may have some very good dealers/installers in your area.
Let me google that for you...But seriously - the help church members get here is pretty consistent and excellent. Read a couple of the "what do you think of these shit-tastic no name speakers I bought from banjo hut" threads and you will learn the approach. Any dealer that works regularly in the cash for Jesus industry is going to tell you they have a range of clients from traditional to non traditional that have a range of needs. The trend is the same as the rest of the industry, as technology makes certain effects, features, and items more affordable, smaller and less funded groups expect more and more to play with the big boys. This should surprise no one. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
Good suggestion to go back and look at the forum posts where extremely experienced engineers belittle the inexperienced ones for just not knowing what they don't know... Great information for someone who already knows what they need to do, not so much for those who don't. I'm glad I got a few PM's from some people willing to offer some feedback. It seems like there seems to be a lot of confusion about what I'm looking for.... Just A/V dealers willing to spread the knowledge. If you are not comfortable with it, no problem thanks for reading. If you're not an A/V dealer, your input is not necessary. If you are an A/V, I would really appreciate you answers!
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