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Many wildly successful companies have something in common - they entered an existing business category, and distinguished themselves by doing one thing better. Domino's wasn't better than the neighborhood pizza shop, but they figured out how to deliver a hot pizza to your door in 30 minutes. Doing the one thing of delivery better gave them [...]
Setting goals is an essential part of running any business. But when your business is more specialized, such as a SMART repair business, it’s all about finding what makes you stand out among your competition. That way, when people are seeking the various services SMART repair shops offer for their car, you can be the first [...]
5 Tips For Being A Better PDR Tech In 2020 Image - Marco Verch Whether you’ve been working in PDR for a few months, just a little over a year, or are a seasoned technician with several hail seasons under your belt, aiming to be a better technician is always a good idea. Not [...]
Technology has always been a tool for helping businesses evolve and employees do their job more effectively. It’s contributed to the growth in companies, saved time and money, allowed for some jobs to be done virtually/practically anywhere. At first glance, manipulating metal in PDR might not be an area where you would expect to use technology. [...]
The Labor Department said last month that the measure of hourly output per worker, fell at a 0.3% annualized rate between July and September, the biggest decline in almost four years. In plain English, despite working more hours we created less value. The reasons for the decline are, no doubt, complex and interconnected with all [...]