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From the monthly archives:

November 2011

Sales Strategy for Year’s End Embroidery Clients

November 23, 2011

Many NNEP members as well as non-member embroidery businesses experience a surge of business during the last 10 weeks of the year from once-a-year customers.  These are the customers that buy year’s end gifts for their employees or their customers.  According to a recent study by the Incentive Research Foundation and Incentive Federation, one of [...]

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4 Simple Ways to Protect Your Embroidery Business Data

November 22, 2011

Small or large, today’s businesses run (or fail) on data. If you’re an independent business owner, data – from customer email addresses to your bank account numbers – is vital to your company’s success. Imagine losing all the design files for your embroidery machine! Protecting your data is as important as generating sales. Many small [...]

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Embroidery Business = Perfect Candidate for Small Business Saturday!

November 14, 2011

Your embroidery or apparel decoration business is a perfect candidate for Small Business Saturday, a day when America comes together to celebrate the Shop Small movement and support small businesses.  Small Business Saturday is November 26, 2011. Small Business Saturday is a program by American Express.  According to American Express, last year small businesses saw [...]

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Cliff Hix Engineering / First Edition Screenprinting is New NNEP Preferred Vendor

November 11, 2011

NNEP is pleased to welcome another industry supplier to the NNEP Preferred Vendor program – Cliff Hix Engineering / First Edition Screenprinting.  Details about their offer (including a $500 savings opportunity) were mailed to NNEP members on 11/11/11. NNEP members can also access the current list of NNEP Preferred Vendors and their offers from the [...]

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Your Embroidery Business-First Impressions COUNT!

November 8, 2011

Being the ever-curious business owner that I am, I always check out the businesses that I encounter as I go about my day-to-day life.  I stopped at the local dance studio to pick up my daughter last evening, and this is what I saw when I parked in front of a business a few doors [...]

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