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A tough economy and even tougher customers brings up a good question: How do we small business people manage to cope?
Running a business means keeping track of many details, much like keeping your gas tank full. Neglect them and success will be far more elusive.
It seems like every other day I receive an e-mail from somebody making some bold claim about how they can help me double my profits, have runaway sales growth or become such a great leader that my people will want to cast a bronze statue of me in my honor.
You have probably heard or read about trauma scene work, or perhaps you or your company may now do this type of work. As with many other work activities, an important aspect of success is knowing what you are doing.
When cleaning professionals think about winter floorcare, the focus is usually on hard surfaces.
All restorers face hassles with getting paid and ensuring that their business isn't legally vulnerable or at risk.
When negotiating for a restoration job or when seeking more job leads, there are three initial questions you need to ask yourself.
We’re frequently asked by water damage companies, “Should I keep paying for Yellow Pages, Yelp, online lead generation and pay-per-click?”
How to turn a few ad dollars into thousands — quickly and easily. It is trackable, too!
Each year, Cleanfax magazine profiles three successful restoration companies and analyzes what they do to better compete in a touch marketplace.