IG Doors will announce its new Truedor Partner Programme at next month’s FIT Show at the International Centre in Telford.
The new partner programme has been designed to help companies sell more composite doors. It will enable each of its installer partners access to a full range of marketing support and collateral, tailored to meet their specific requirements.
Richard Kirman, Truedor Sales and Marketing Manager explained: “What we can offer a customer with a large showroom wouldn’t be beneficial to a smaller, one-person business, and vice versa.
That’s why we have taken the route we have in terms of our offering for the Partner Programme, as it enables us to meet the needs of all our customers, large or small.”
In addition to the partner programme, TV personality George Clarke (Channel 4’s The Restoration Man and Amazing Spaces) will be on the Truedor stand on the first day of the exhibit to help promote the brand.
Truedor will be on stand 268 at the FIT Show, promoting its products and offering visitors the chance to win money off their next order.
The FIT Show is set to take place between the 12-14 April at the International Centre in Telford.
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