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Resources & Tools

We take our sales and marketing tools seriously. If a picture is worth a thousand words, than an effective tool is worth a million. Bostik sales tools consist of electronic calculators to gauge product quantity requirements, tactile cut-a-way boards to communicate our product systems, and a range of grout color display aids from paper charts to grouted channels.

We know our customers demand the best communication aids and our innovation extends deep into this area.

Our sales, customer and technical service staff is well versed in our broad spectrum of tools. Contact a member of our team to learn of the latest solutions we have as well as to contribute ideas about how we can continually improve this essential aspect of our business. 

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Bellagio Resort and Casino Project Spotlight

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Bostik Hosts NTCA Contractors Event

Bostik recently hosted an interactive training event for National Tile Contractors Association (NTCA) Five Star Contractors at its Temecula Training Center in California.
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Annual Design ‘N Gather Competition Official Call for Entries Announced

The annual design competition Design ‘N Gather call for entries is now open. This year, the jury-selected winner will have their digital artwork translated into a permanent mosaic installation set inside the rooftop Cupola of The NoMad Hotel in Manhattan. The contest has begun accepting online entries through September 1, 2018.
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Design ‘N Gather 2018 Competition Kicks-off June 22nd at NoMad Hotel New York

The fifth annual Design 'N Gather design will debut in New York City after a two-year run in Las Vegas. The jury-selected winner will have their digital artwork translated into a permanent mosaic installation set inside the rooftop Cupola of The NoMad Hotel in Manhattan.
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