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Pebblestone implements new channel partner strategy
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Apr '08
Pebblestone Fashion International announces that it has implemented a new Partner Program to better manage and support its worldwide Reselling Partner Channel. Being Microsoft Gold Partner itself, the Partner Program will also facilitate the company in getting more aligned with the global Microsoft partner strategy.

For more than 5 years Pebblestone Fashion International has been developing its reseller network. Today, company has reselling Partners in more than 25 countries. To further accomplish the mutual goal, selling the vertical Pebblestone Fashion, the company has implemented a new Partner Program.

This new program is based on the introduction of partner grading, which distinguishes the different achievements and potential of Partners. This offers an opportunity for Partners to differentiate and position themselves in their home market. The partner grading is applied by means of Medium (M), Large (L) and X-Large (XL) Partnership.

Pebblestone Fashion International XL Partners are Aitana (Spain), Altea (Italy) and 3LI (France) as well as Pebblestone Netherlands. The other valued Partners are actually named L or M Partners, yet having the opportunity to gain the XL status each year.

“The Partners' success, is our success”, says Linda Sönne, Partner Director at Pebblestone Fashion International. “Working closely together with our Partners enables us to achieve common goals.”

Pebblestone Fashion International


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