Tradewind See Increase In Interest And Sales In Line With Economic Upturn
03/17/2010

Tradewind, a well-established manufacturer and online retailer of point of sale (POS) solutions, are reporting a large increase in inquiries, quoting and sales which they feel is in line with the signs of growth seen in the British economy since the turn of the year.

Online PR News – 17-March-2010 – – Corwen, England (March 10, 2010) - Tradewind, a well-established manufacturer and online retailer of point of sale (POS) solutions, are reporting a large increase in inquiries, quoting and sales which they feel is in line with the signs of growth seen in the British economy since the turn of the year.
Tradewind are key movers in the advertising industry and have assisted numerous big-name clients to help promote their services and products – they have recently helped Accrington Stanley Football Club to improve their acrylic stands and advertising boards across the ground. However, as such, they know better than most that the first thing to be cut during a recession is a company’s advertising and marketing budget, even though this can be detrimental to potential sales.
During the toughest parts of the recession, Tradewind noticed that inquiries and sales from related fields were much lower than usual, showing the way that the recession impacted the advertising and printing industries. However, although very slight, the improvement in the economy has seen those same industries contact Tradewind with a view to utilising their advertising services once more, especially in the print industry where budgets are starting to increase again, seeing marketing methods such as newspaper stands back on the increase.
“Although the first thing to be cut in a recession is the advertising budget, it’s also one of the first things to see the benefits of a cash injection when the economy gets back on its feet,” says Terry Rogerson, Managing Director of Tradewind. “We feel that the increase in contact with companies looking to use our services is a sign that budgets nationwide are being unfrozen and advertising is back on the up. We can help those looking to use our services with effective advertising solutions, especially those in the hard-hit print industry who feel magazine stands can help to boost their circulation.”
Find out more about Tradewind and their range of POS solutions at http://www.trade-wind.co.uk/ or contact them on 01490 413038.

About Tradewind:
Established officially in 1993 and having 30 years experience supplying the press trade, Tradewind is a leading supplier of newspaper stands, magazine stands, acrylic stands, point of sale stands, pavement boards and more. They are expert manufacturers too and can produce personalised display fixtures for any business and any product.