Point of Sale products – November 2019

Point of Sale products – November 2019

Primaflow F&P

Cashback Plus

Described as its best-ever Cashback Plus scheme, Primaflow F&P’s independent merchant customers have until 13 December to accumulate cashback on more than 900 heating, plumbing, kitchen and bathroom products from 35 of the nation’s best-loved brands including 14 new names such as Twyford, Vaillant, Viessmann, Worcester Bosch and Rangemaster.

All of the wholesaler’s customers will be entered into the scheme, with cashback balances automatically updated. Any customers wishing to track their progress should visit www.primaflowfandprewards.co.uk/cashbackplus to register for access to the web portal.



Winter promotion

To combat the colder weather, Spirotech’s new winter rewards promotion gives heating professionals the chance to receive free workwear in return for five purchases.

Your customers can claim a Spirotech soft-shell jacket and beanie hat when they purchase any five units from a selected range which includes the SpiroTrap MBL, SpiroTrap MB3, SpiroVent RV2, SpiroCross AX and SpiroCombi MB3. Purchases can be made until 31 December 2019.



Product Selector

Designed to help merchants and builders as well as architects and specifiers identify the perfect brick for their project, Ibstock Brick has launched a new Product Selector. Users can customise their search, displaying the final product in a variety of project views and configurations, and the tool features a configurator and easy-to-use interface which is said to make it highly interactive and user-friendly.

Additionally, the product image updates as the user modifies each variable, making the process more visually-led, which benefits the user by allowing them to see a customised version of each brick.




Bathrooms to Love Collection

Offering an even wider choice of styles, finishes and designs spanning a range of price points, PJH has launched its new Autumn/Winter Bathrooms to Love Collection (Issue 15).

New in-store POS material (furniture stands, colour swatches, strut cards, take-away product range cards and display stickers) accompany the launch, as well as competitive display deals and consumer website with a stockist locator function. In addition, the new Italian VEMA brassware brand will also be supported with VEMA-branded POS materials. The PJH Partners Portal website will also be updated with all new products for convenient online ordering and account management.




Showroom offers

Following the introduction of the Kinespace, Eclipse and Fast 2000 shower enclosure ranges into its portfolio earlier this year, Kinedo has put together new display offers for showrooms that combine the new enclosures with the shower trays in the range.

Customisable displays are available for each of the new enclosure ranges at “a low cost”. For example, the Kinespace display can be customised with tray colours and panel versions include clear glass or a panel with central frosted glass with chrome profiles. As well as the low display price, stockists can buy a further promotional set at the display price to kick-start the sales offer.



Ironmongery Guides

Five new guides on architectural ironmongery for different applications have been launched for builders’ merchant staff by the Guild of Architectural Ironmongers (GAI) to ensure that anyone involved in the specification of architectural ironmongery has access to the latest, best practice advice.

Based on the RIBA-approved CPD presentations created by the GAI, each guide contains comprehensive product information, diagrams and detail on the relevant building regulations and industry standards. All of the guides are available to download for free from the GAI website.

The guides include: Security, Access Control, Accessibility, Specialist Applications and Fire and Escape Doors.


Virtual Worlds

4D Theatre

Independent kitchen, bedroom and bathroom retailers are being offered the opportunity to increase their sales by 30% by using Virtual Worlds 4D Theatre, or the software provider will give them their money back.

This neuro-selling technology claims to deliver amazing results by allowing the customer to explore, and even have the sense of using their proposed new kitchen or bathroom, before they buy. The persuasive selling power of Virtual Worlds creates a memory that insists on becoming a reality.



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