Windowbase will be returning to the FIT Show in 2017, on stand K3, offering visitors the chance to try the national window database for themselves, for free.
Windowbase is a prospect data supplier 100% dedicated to the window market and has been researching the industry continuously for more than 25 years.
The database holds 14,000 current, accurate-as-possible records of companies that could become your customers. You can select just the prospects you need, to simply filter through companies and find the leads you need and avoid chasing dead ends.
Names, addresses, phone and fax numbers and e-mail addresses are provided my Windowbase, in addition to details of company size, products and systems used and activities.
Neil Parsonson, Windowbase Database Manager says: “If you are looking to target a specific market sector we can provide that information and that’s all you pay for. Accurate and up-to-date information is invaluable and essential when looking for new business.”
Windowbase’s in-house interviewers make thousands of calls a year to validate contact details, products, system and supplier information to ensure the data it provides is accurate and current.
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