This wireless accessories supplier evolves its business platform to meet the changing needs of its customers. The world of wireless accessories has exploded over the past few years, and Xentris Wireless has successfully ridden the wave with its clients, including retailers such as Best Buy and providers such as Verizon. The company began with a products solution focus when it was founded in 2003 but has continued to evolve its business model to meet those same clients’ needs.
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Rather than defining how its audience interacts with its products, this girls’-clothing designer is letting customers make the decisions. At a time when retailers are struggling to find their place with consumers, one 121-year-old clothing designer has decided to let its customers lead the way. What makes its decision even more interesting is that its target audience still plays with dolls.
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This food manufacturer does more than fill bellies; it’s also bringing the world together one lentil at a time. Founded 15 years ago, Tasty Bite’s slogan defines its core purpose: From mashed potatoes to Bombay potatoes, taking Indian food mainstream. In recent years, the company has moved out of Indian food to Pan-Asian, Mexican, and Mediterranean flavors, and its goal has evolved into taking food from India mainstream.
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With strategically placed offices, a strong infrastructure, and a keen understanding of fashion and technology, this company offers insight to apparel and accessory style and design companies. Frank Bober founded Stylesight with one goal in mind: to change the way people in the apparel and accessory industries work. Seven years and 2,000 clients later, Stylesight is doing just that and all without advertising—that is, until now.
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Known for its creative approach to fragrance, this global leader is now making a name for itself in beauty care as well. With more than 100 years of experience behind Coty Canada, Inc., Jeff Wagstaff, president and general manager of Coty Canada, can accurately deduce how the company has stayed in business for so long. It all comes back to the company’s motto of faster, further, freer, which Wagstaff said has long encapsulated Coty’s approach to business.
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This manufacturer of Cajun, Mexican, and Southern food goods and hardware can offer consumers and retailers what they need to make a tasty meal. Eight years ago, the largest manufacturer of canned yams and home of The Original Louisiana Hot Sauce made a change that significantly impacted the future of its business. It acquired Cajun Injector, a brand of injectable marinades.
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For 100 years, this wholesale distribution company’s agility in the face of change has helped it continue to grow. Allen Brothers Wholesale Distribution has come a long way since it was founded in 1910 in a South Philadelphia row house. Defined by an ability to adapt to the changing environment of its customers and vendors, Allen Brothers has managed to handle the uncertainty of the recent economic turmoil by being flexible.
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By running its lighting fixture manufacturing and design business with strong family values, this company has achieved sustainable success. The phrase responsible lighting isn’t one you hear often, but it’s a major focus for WAC Lighting Co. Founded more than 25 years ago, the company recently won New York House’s Innova-tive Green Design Award for its LEDme Downlights, building on its heritage as a leader in lighting sustainability.
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