A Guide to Selling Accessories in a Changing Market – Part 1

A Guide to Selling Accessories in a Changing Market

In this video – the first in VoiceComm’s “A Guide to Selling Accessories in a Changing Market” series – Senior Account Executive, Jeff Summerfeld sets the stage for all the great information to come! However, this video is more than a simple introduction; watch as Mr. Summerfeld peppers strategy and insight into his energetic and easy to follow delivery! Continue Reading →

Connect with VoiceComm at CTIA Super Mobility 2016

VoiceComm will be at CTIA Super Mobility 2016

It’s that time of year again! VoiceComm is excited to announce we will be holding our Connect event during CTIA Super Mobility 2016 at the Palazzo in Las Vegas (September 7-9). If that wasn’t enough, we will also have an extraordinary presence at The Wireless Repair EXPO which will be held within CTIA Super Mobility 2016. If you are interested in meeting with senior VoiceComm staff during the Connect event we urge you to schedule time in advance– we’re quite popular, you know. But not as popular as what you can expect from Connect! Continue Reading →

Come Get Your Fix at CTIA Super Mobility 2016!

VoiceComm will be at Wireless Repair Expo

The smartphone accessory industry – cases in particular – is driven by consumers’ desire to prevent bad things from happening to their good devices. But sometimes bad things do happen, whether their phone takes a dip in a toilet or a screen is shattered, etc., which is why the wireless repair industry has risen to prominence. While there is a certain adversarial relationship between preventive solutions and repairs, a happy medium does exist, which is where we come in! Continue Reading →

Pocket Monsters and Battery Drainers

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Unless you’ve been living under a Poke Ball the last few weeks you’ve heard about the premiere app currently capturing the mobile zeitgeist: Pokemon Go. Fun fact: “Pokemon” is short for “Pocket Monsters.” The popularity of Pokemon Go has significantly driven up the value of franchise owner Nintendo (depending upon which day you look), inserted the Pokemon franchise back into the mainstream, and gotten the normally sedentary American public out of the house– but with screen firmly planted in face, of course. While unavailable for comment, we imagine the game’s mascot, Pikachu, would remark “Pika-pika!” in response to the app’s success. And judging from the swift response and actions of those in the mobile market, they seem to agree with the top pocket monster’s positive assessment. Continue Reading →

The Modular Future?

Modular Blog

If it isn’t evident, Hero phone unveils just don’t seem to have the punch they used to. Sure, they still receive heaping helpings of media attention and consumer demand, but the electricity in the air has certainly subsided. This wane in excitement isn’t attributable to any one issue, but we have our theories. In our view, the loss of excitement comes down to two main factors: market maturation and a slowdown in innovation. It’s happened to Samsung, Apple, LG, and virtually every other handset manufacturer in the space. To our more savvy readers, you know this is similar to other market and technology cycles, and it doesn’t mean the sky is falling. But it could signal the final days of the golden era of smartphones. With that said, it’s clear a company or two is openly defying the notion that there’s little room to innovate. It remains to be seen what impact – if any – the launch of these alt-smartphones will have, but it will be interesting to watch and will most certainly impact you and your bottom line positively if it takes off. But before we move forward, let’s take a look back. Continue Reading →