i-KAN GC is heading into 2014 after an outstanding 2013. During the past year the company hs seen a substantial increase in customer base and brought in a series of new product ranges.
The product portfolio includes range balls, mats, tees, machinery, bay dividers, ball trays, and pickers (to name just a few) as the company seeks to establish themselves as a one stop solution for driving ranges. The company was established in 2010 and rebranded in 2012 to i-KAN GC to align its business activities.
Marie Wild, Business Development Manager for i-KAN GC, told Golf Business News.com: “2013 was an extremely exciting time for us a company and we are finally seeing our brand receiving fantastic recognition in the industry for being competitive on price and quality, which we have worked very hard to achieve. The whole team are excited to see what 2014 brings and how we can help our existing and new customers further.
“We pride ourselves on our focus on quality, customer service and price. We have a fantastic warehouse facility in the UK which remains fully stocked, meaning that we can react quickly and efficiently to any order, which is vital especially at the start of the season. We have samples available so our customers can see for themselves the quality before purchasing.
“In the past year we have had success in extending our services to groups of ranges and accounts. We work within the industry to provide a professional service taking into account each site’s requirements where necessary.”
Additional accounts this year have been established with My Time Active group and De Vere to name plus several others. 2013 also saw i-KAN GC increase trade within Europe, with orders to France, Portugal and Spain.
Along with their SNAG (Starting New at Golf) products and training success in 2013 across Europe and Africa, including work with national Federations and PGA’s, it really was a great year all round for the company. In fact i-KAN GC is now operating in over 20 countries, including South Africa, CzechRepublic, Germany, and Russia, something which the company hopes to develop further in 2014.
“With considerable amount of work on driving range refurbishments and new builds in 2013, the coming months look even more promising,” continues Marie Wild. “With a team of knowledgeable staff from across different areas of the golfing industry with many years experience between them all, the sales team pride themselves on being able to work with a customer and find the ideal ball/mat/machinery combination to suit their individual requirements, as each customer is different. We have looked at new machinery lines to extend our portfolio of products for the start of 2014. We are always looking to constantly improve what we provide.”
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