From left to right: Top Row: Todd Jackson, Doug Lueck, John Keenan, Leslie Molloy, Rick Matus, Bill Millholland (2017 winner), Beth Yuen (2017), Tanya Donahue (2017); Bottom row: Chris Lavoie (2017 winner), Vince Nardo, Melissa Kennedy, Mark Fies (2017), Mina Fies, Rich Oris, Cindy Cipriani, Joseph Robbins, Mark Richardson
Ten industry pros you should be taking notes from
Ariel has a vision of doing things differently from what “conventional wisdom” would dictate.
Rob has learned that there’s a right way and a wrong way to work with subcontractors for effective collaboration.
By implementing a new CRM system, leads move more efficiently through the sales funnel and Nick can ensure that his company is focusing on the right clients.
It sounds simple, but for Sydney, taking thorough notes is key to a project’s success.
Instead of chasing down every lead, Chris now only focuses on projects that fit his company.
By refining operations, Carlie has saved time and money for Zen Windows.
Very few remodeling companies have a dedicated safety coordinator like Justin. Here’s why it’s a great idea.
For Nathan, buying all materials for projects, including those the subs use, ensures a smoother production process.
Constantly being on the lookout for opportunity has brought growth to Justin’s company.
Travis has moved from using subcontractors to in-house crews for most jobs.
The best golfers have a swing coach, and Brandon has taken that concept to his business.
By revamping the company’s marketing with fresh, smart branding, Kayla is modernizing the image of Dale’s Remodeling.
One simple process differentiates Justin's company from many other remodelers.
Lucas’ hyper-local marketing increases business and cuts costs.