Since 1960, the purchasing power of a minimum wage position in France has more than tripled, while in the US it remains virtually unchanged—and now is also relatively weaker than France’s overall.
Stories give us a stick-to-your-soul way of passing along knowledge.
Managing Editor James McClister gives three advantages of online events such as the Extreme Sales Summit.
Director of Content Erika Taylor discusses big changes coming to the Pro Remodeler brand.
A look back at what the industry has learned in 2020.
Director of Content Erika Taylor discusses how the Consumer Confidence Index relates to the success of the remodeling industry.
Customer loyalty is essential for building a successful business. Every business owner wants loyal customers, but how do you encourage loyalty?
Retaining the core lessons so painfully learned in recent times will set you up for strength in a future that remains largely unknown.
Remodelers are looking at their processes rather than relying on a quick fix
Three unexpected things I've found during COVID-19 quarantine
Employees will lose confidence when there’s an information vacuum
A new approach to design influences how these spaces look and feel
Caesarstone launches Masters of Stone, an educational program to address quartz surface safety
It was too much to spend on something that wouldn’t add value to the home
Great things are planned for 2020, and I’m excited to bring you up to speed.
Autonomous vehicles are already on our roads, but your company will never run itself
Without a clear vision of success, it’s tough to stick to any resolutions
A recent study uncovers anticipated shopping behaviors of Pros leading up to their busiest shopping season
You probably get work from past customers and referrals without really trying. Imagine what might happen if you leaned into it.