Why Contractors Should Consider Offering Retro-fits Interview with Dale NelsonHost: Ted Garrison
Dale Nelson advises contractors to jump into the retro-fit market. It’s a great market. He enjoys it and it’s very active right now. Listen to Dale Nelson explore the advantages to entering the retro-fit market especially during these trying times for the construction industry.
Tuesday, 10 July 2012 00:00
Effective Marketing Strategies for Contractors & Equipment Vendors Interview with Larry KayeHost: Ted Garrison
Larry Kaye, President of Script International, advises that if you have large volume but are not making money, you need to change your direction. Listen to Kaye explain how to address that challenge by improving your company’s market strategy with increased focus on the client’s needs.
Thursday, 10 May 2012 00:00
Hiring Smart: Make Sure What You See is What You Get Interview with Mel KleimanHost: Ted Garrison
Don’t look for someone looking for a job, but look for someone looking for a better job, and make sure you are offering a better job, advises Mel Kleiman, author of Hire Tough, Manage Easy. As we emerge from the recession smart hiring is going to be critical for companies, so listen to Kleiman’s sound advice.
Tuesday, 10 April 2012 00:00
Pre-planning and Its Impact on Safety and Quality Interview with Mike SullivanHost: Ted Garrison
Pre-planning is essential to maximize performance. Listen to Mike Sullivan of Weitz explain how it now only improves quality performance but it also improves safety. In today’s marketplace, this is an interview everyone needs to listen to.
Saturday, 10 March 2012 00:00
How to Increase Profitability by Focusing On the Down Stream Supply Chain Interview with Dr. Sicco SantemaHost: Ted Garrison
One of the largest missed opportunities by contractors is the management of their supply chain. Listen to Professor Santema, co-founder of the consulting firm Scenter, in the Netherlands, describe how contractors can increase profitability by improving both their upstream and downstream supply chain.