Imagine for a moment that you have decided to open your business all over again. For argument’s sake, let’s say you have moved into a brick-and-mortar office building. On day one, your first order of business is to get your operations up and running. On Monday morning, you will need to be aware of your overhead:
The importance of including a marketing plan in your budget
Follow-ups: In my experience, hardly anyone does them — but that is precisely one of the biggest reasons that you should be doing them. No one else is, and your customers will be blown away. I personally believe that the follow-up should be considered the most important part of the sales process. You know you are better than your competition — but you need to demonstrate that to your customers. Maybe follow-ups are something you have heard that you should be doing, but you do not know how.
The positives of scheduling a follow-up visit with every customer
Nowadays it seems every discussion on growing a business or even surviving the current economic conditions begins with: “How can I do more with what I have?” Our clients continue to ask us, “What can I do and where can I go to grow?” Our answer is always the same: Maximize your current assets.
Optimizing your company’s service center with burdened labor costing
The company for which Parisian Jerome Papaya works, Puribec, started as a Kinetico water softener dealer primarily serving residential customers in the mid-sized Quebecois city of Rimouski. Today, it is the province’s official provider of Kinetico products, and has expanded its business to serve small commercial, municipal and industrial businesses, with 20 dealers in Quebec and some operations in West Africa. As the company has grown and evolved, so has Papaya’s career in the industry.
It All Started in Paris
Starting in a mid-sized city in Quebec, one company now extends its services to West Africa
I am guessing that many of you, like me, are master procrastinators. Case in point: I am writing this editorial letter on the day it is due. While some things, like my editorial letter, can be accomplished correctly and effectively even at the eleventh hour, there are some aspects of running a company that could negatively affect your business if you put off implementing them.
Managing Editor Kate Cline shares the negative impact procrastination can have on a business
The Water Quality Research Foundation is seeking comments on two new proposed projects for 2015
With only three months remaining in its Investing in Your Future Capital Campaign, the Water Quality Research Foundation (WQRF) is eager to kick off its next research proje
The association announced several changes to its organizational structure
The Water Quality Assn.’s (WQA) board of governors recently returned from its annual retreat and strategy session, and announced several important updates.
POU Series housings and filters, part of the ONE Filtration Simplified product offering, are designed for simple and easy installation while being ecofriendly. The filter housing is reusable once the internal cartridge has reached its useful life. The high-capacity, high-flow filters with low pressure drop feature Direct Connect installation to connect directly to the kitchen or bathroom cold water faucet for full-flow filtration.
Bluewater was shortlisted as a Transform Awards Europe finalist
Swedish-based Bluewater brand and its London public relations and brand communications strategist, David Noble of Rocket Content Marketing Ltd., have been shortlisted as a 2015 Transform Awards Europe finalist in three brand communication categories.
Amway was announced as a dignitary partner by the Water Quality Research Foundation
The Water Quality Research Foundation (WQRF) welcomed Amway as a dignitary partner of its Investing in Your Future Campaign. According to the foundation, Amway's leadership commitment of $125,000 will make a tremendous difference as it strives to enhance its research efforts for the betterment of the water quality industry.
WQRF also welcomed Amway as the newest member on the Campaign National Steering Committee.