Canadian Electrical Wholesaler

EFC

June 4, 2018

Electro-Federation Canada (EFC) announced the launch of its new brand identity last Wednesday at its annual conference in Vancouver, BC. This rebrand is part of EFC’s strategy to prepare the association for the future so that it remains in step with the changing dynamics of the Canadian electrical market. 

“This change marks a strategic pivot in our future direction,” said Carol McGlogan, President & CEO, EFC. “Our industry is on the verge of big changes and our new brand identity reflects the advancing market. Our products have become an important backbone for developments in Intelligent Buildings, Smart Homes, Industrial Automation, Electrification, Digitalization and other key areas. It’s an exciting time to be part of this industry – and our new brand position and marketing initiatives will seal the appeal!”

As part of this launch, EFC has introduced a new logo, updated the vision and mission statements to better reflect EFC’s value proposition to members, and created new collateral – such as our new weekly newsletter – to augment the change. Over the next few weeks, EFC will roll-out a number of other tools, including a fully-bilingual Website with enhanced functionality and an industry video that profiles industry innovation. ​​​

Click here to download EFC’s new logo assets

Display the logo on your corporate website using the “Proud Member” graphic (available in English and French). Direct the online graphic to the EFC website: www.electrofed.com - new site launching soon! 

 

Looking BackIn the 1930s to 1940s, CEDA’s Western Canada membership was very stable with old line independent companies like Horsman, Ashdowns, Brettell, Marshall Wells, Electrical Supplies Ltd., etc.

Small electrical distributors just were not acceptable for membership as they did not carry the main-line manufacturers’ goods, publish a wiring device catalogue, or employ four to five salesmen as CEDA requested.

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Laura Dempsey

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Laura Dempsey has been working as an outside sales representative for E.B. Horsman & Son for over 15 years, and is a member of the BCEA U40 network of young professionals. She lives in Langley, BC and is proud of her position and work with E.B. Horsman, particularly as she is the second Dempsey generation to work for the company.

Laura’s mother Shelly has worked at E.B. Horsman for over 25 years, and instilled in Laura a determination to succeed. Laura followed in her mother’s footsteps after witnessing how much her mother enjoyed her work and the people she works with at E.B. Horsman.

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Laura Dempsey

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I've known John Sencich since CEW began publishing. He agreed from the outset to be part of the newsletter’s Editorial Board. His contribution was regular and sustained. Always present to answer my technical questions, and refer me to the right person for additional information as needed. Always available despite his role as senior leader of an influential company.

Over the past five years, many industry insiders have cited John Sencich when I asked them to name someone who had made a difference in their lives or had inspired them as a leader.

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