UK: Online Corporate Clothing Site A Hit With Buyers
www.director-e.com, the online sourcing directory for the corporate clothing sector, is proving to be a big hit with corporate clothing buyers. John Bentley, BT Corporate Wear Manager, said, "The site seems to meet all the requirements of any professional corporate wear buyer. It is just what we have been crying out for." And those buyers for whom corporate clothing represents just a small or occasional purchase say that they are finding instant access to thousands of companies in the industry invaluable. Website technology is ideally suited to providing up-to-date information. It is this technology that director-e has harnessed to provide an extensive directory of suppliers from every sector of the corporate clothing industry. So whether sourcing buttons or fabrics, laboratory wear or promotional items, accessories or designers, buyers can find what they need.Perhaps one of the most important characteristics of the site is that it is quick and easy to use. "Buyers are busy and always keen to find new sources of information that really do save them time - and director-e does this. Buyers can find the suppliers they need very easily. "On top of this we have incorporated communication features, such as direct links to suppliers' websites and e-mail so that buyers can make contact with suppliers at the click of a button. And now suppliers have the option to put their catalogues online so buyers can see the products they have on offer." says Yvette Ashby, sales and marketing director of director-e. For more information, visit the site at
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