Webb Company

A Personal Touch
October 1, 2014

It's no wonder that personal care products are a popular product category, given their distinctive connection to human sensation. If your clients are interested in attempting some sensory marketing, click through to get some advice on getting the most from personal care products, from creative usage ideas to why safety
standards are so important.

OFFICE SPACE
July 1, 2007

FOR MANY AMERICANS, work and personal life have become indistinguishable. Living according to the business motto, “it’s who you know,” has blended friends and colleagues together. Perhaps the biggest changes are the result of technology. Wireless communications enable people to work on the road or in a café just as easily as if they were in the office. All the needed resources and capabilities of modern working society now fit into a briefcase. Working from home is increasingly popular for employees of major corporations as well as for small business owners and the self-employed. Office and desk items are changing to keep up with the times.

30-year Industry Vet Named President of Webb Company
April 24, 2007

Webb Company, Rosemount, Minn., recently announced the appointment of industry veteran Keith H. Olivit as the company’s president. Of the appointment, Alan Webb, founder/CEO, stated: “Keith’s extensive knowledge of the industry and his expertise in developing and managing leading industry supplier companies makes him an exceptional candidate to lead our company.” “We are committed to focusing on the needs and wants of distributors,” Webb continued. “Keith’s experience will assist us with managing our overall product selection, shortening our production time and expanding our growth categories of candy and mint products, as well as health and beauty products.” Olivit’s career in the

How To Sell Digital Printing
November 1, 2006

Wall Clocks: Case Study #1 A respected automotive tools manufacturer was looking for a strong kick-off for a new speed wrench line. The company wanted a useful product while providing exposure for new tools. A wall clock proved to be the perfect product. It allowed the company to use its intricate five-color logo while customizing the art to feature its speed wrench tool line, all for a fraction of the cost of screen printing. The company kept its cost down and got the exposure it wanted. The clock was a wonderful promotional thank-you gift for first-time customers. Electronic Decision Maker: Case Study #2 Do