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Mega Power Newsletter: April 2021

If 2020 has taught us anything, it is that all roads lead to the Internet, and if you are going to manufacture more sales than your online store needs to become your flagship store...

April 7, 2021  |  By Mega Group

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NEW! THE LAUNCH OF ALTA ADVANTAGE

If 2020 has taught us anything, it is that all roads lead to the Interne t, and if you are going to manufacture more sales and be more profitable, if you are going to grow, than your online store needs to become your flagship store. That is why our priority at Mega is to provide our members with the best website a Canadian independent retailer can buy. That website is Alta.

Alta is so much more than just a website. It is the end-to-end integrated lead generation system that engages consumers from advertising to website to store. It is also an omni-channel business management solution and in-store sales tool that will help support your business and drive your business.

This month in the MEGA Power Newsletter

SUMMIT 2021: DOUBLE DOWN HIGHLIGHTS

2021 Award Recipients – Retailer & Vendor of the Year

WELCOME TO BRANDSOURCE OUTLET!

In a Post Covid-19 Pandemic world, the BrandSource Outlet resonates as relevant and needed by both retailers and customers, offering a product assortment with entry price points in all major categories.

The Vision is to attract a new customer segment – the Deal Hunter – by offering a broad assortment of SMART STYLES and SUPER SAVINGS.

Welcome to these New Mega Members

  • North Appliances – Orillia, ON
  • Red Incentives – Woodbridge, ON
  • Alfredia’s Attic – Harbour Bay, N. L.
  • Furniture First – Stoney Plain, AB
  • Electro-fix – Coquitlam, B.C.
  • Vernon Recreational Products – Vernon, B.C.

Canadian upholstery makers: down but not out

In many ways, the past few months have been a godsend to most Canadian upholstery manufacturers. Despite, or perhaps because of the pandemic their backlogs haven’t been this long since the bygone days when the Canadian dollar was trading for 75 cents U.S. or less.

TERRY’S TIPS – Keep track of logins and passwords

Let’s face it, with so many different web services, it’s hard to keep track of all our logins and passwords. Especially when it comes to managing your business. Not only do you have all your personal accounts to remember but you also have the logins for business.