July 2003

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This issue is dedicated to those dealers who already have made a huge success for themselves in the C&I marketplace, to those dealers craving more C&I knowledge and to those who will use it as a stepping stone to new markets.

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In 2001, the Minnesota State Fair built a 50-foot by 80-foot state-of-the-art barn, which would feature cows, pigs and lambs. The Miracle of Birth Center was built to reflect...

The most profitable things you can do for your company are recruiting, training and managing great salespeople.

As I work with dealers around the country, I find many dealers really are not running their companies. They're...

The industrial water treatment marketplace is extremely
broad in both size and scope and may mean different things to different people.
For some, the word "industrial" may bring to mind large paper mills,
refineries,...

This column will discuss two important topics regarding the
use of ozone.

* Ozone
dosages.
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Many companies overlook the fact that they are sitting atop an untapped PR gold mine--their own customer base. Through the use of customer success stories many companies can highlight their business strengths and open the lines of communication with...

The Center for Environmental Technology (TCET) at Pierce
College, Woodland Hills, Calif., is engaged in the development and testing of
new environmental technologies. In the April 2001 issue of Water Quality
Products,...

Becoming the best at something takes focus. Dayton Progress
Corp.'s focus has been on manufacturing metal punches, punch blanks and
metal stamping tools. Located in Dayton, Ohio (one of six global locations),
Dayton...

If you live in a city such as New York, San Francisco or Chicago that is on a large body of water, would you be able to tell if your drinking water was disinfected using chlorine, chloramines or a completely different halogen--...