Editorial Highlights

November Issue
Issue Focus: 2015 Market Planning Guide

Electrical Wholesaling's 2015 Market Planning Guide
EW’s Market Planning Guide, published each November, is one of the magazine’s premiere issues of the year. For the past three decades, industry executives have turned the November Market Planning Guide to map out their sales forecasts for the coming year. It’s loaded with data available nowhere else and is has a terrific pass-along rate. 

2015 Regional Factbook
EW readers go to the magazine’s Regional Factbook to get local market data for more than 300 Metropolitan Statistical Areas (MSAs). Employment data. Capsule summaries on big project areas breaking ground, region-by-region and EW’s Sales Multipliers, which help readers estimated sales potential. They are in this issue and provide the perfect high-exposure location for your advertising.

Herm Isenstein 2015 Economic Outlook

Herm Isenstein is the electrical market’s premier economist and he writes exclusively for Electrical Wholesaling magazine. In this issue, Herm offers his sales outlook for 2015.

New This Year - Exclusive Digital Positions for Your Company's Advertising in the Online Electrical Wholesaling Market Planning Guide
The digital version of EW’s Market Planning Guide at www.ewweb.com offers additional local market data not offered in the print edition.  Unique sponsorship opportunities are available.


10 Trends Now Shaking the Electrical Industry Webinar

10 Trends Now Shaking the Electrical Industry Webinar 3

Tuesday, August 20, 2013
The North American electrical wholesaling industry is being rocked by mergers & acquisitions, advances in technology, new competition from offshore and an uncertain economy. In this 60-minute webinar, Electrical Wholesaling Chief Editor Jim Lucy will discuss the changes in the electrical market now having the most impact on electrical distributors, electrical manufacturers and independent manufacturers’ reps....More
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