Unlike drugs, medical devices cannot display their due value if displayed on the counter. And thus unable to generate profits. Therefore, to sell medical devices, it is necessary to create a good sales atmosphere in the store and make the medical devices move. For example, the health massage chair is powered on; Fill the foot wash basin with clean water and energize it to let the water heat up. In this way, customers can intuitively see the functions of the medical device, giving them an intuitive impression, either sitting in a massage chair to experience, or asking about the functions and use methods of the foot wash basin, bringing potential consumption opportunities.
Consumers often go to hotels for lodging, cultural and entertainment venues for tea, and women who love beauty often go to hairdressers to change their fashionable hairstyles. In these public places, how about the disinfection of bedding, wine glasses, hairdressing tools, towels, and other supplies used by consumers? Recently, the reporter learned from the District Center for Disease Control and Prevention that according to the sampling results in the first quarter, the qualified rate of disinfection efficacy of public goods and appliances was 90.98%.
The hygiene product industry has been growing rapidly for many years. In an increasingly competitive market, companies must recognize their own strengths and weaknesses, find a way of survival that suits them, and jointly maintain the healthy development of the industry.