In this 30-40 minute webinar, John will explain why there are so many recent acquisitions among LBM dealers and distributors, as buyers race to roll-up companies large and small from across the U.S.
In this Elevate Your Deck Sales webinar, John Lea, founder and CEO of DeckSouth will share practical tactical ideas to help you work smarter with your deck builders and the manufacturers whose products you carry.
Building on the foundation of last month’s e-Commerce 101 webinar, Shane Soule will discuss how to "Bridge the Gap" from concept to execution of your e-Commerce strategy. Shane will discuss how to plan for success by helping you consider a strategy that includes marketing, merchandizing, process, and resources.
Across the U.S., dealers and distributors are facing material shortages, historically high prices, a tight labor market, and a red-hot building market. That’s why a growing number of companies are embracing Lean concepts to drive waste from their business, and to do more and more with less and less.
Join Thea Dudley and her special guest, Matt Viator, lien law attorney, to gain a greater understanding of mechanics liens, including how to sell the concept to your sales team, your leadership and your customers and put a program together that is right for your company.
When homeowners are shopping for their dream deck, they often focus only on the deck boards. But that’s only half the story. The right railing system can make a huge difference in the aesthetics, performance, and livability of a new deck. In this, the first episode of our new Elevate Your Deck Sales webinar series, respected decking expert John Lea, founder and CEO of DeckSouth, will share what he’s learned about helping homeowners select the right railing for their project.
Is your competition taking business from you through their e-commerce platform and you aren’t sure how to implement, or even where to start? Join Shane Soule as he covers the basics of how e-commerce has arrived in our industry, and is rapidly changing the way our customers interact with us.
Lean improvement opportunities are everywhere in our businesses and not just in our yards and manufacturing areas. An often unnoticed and undervalued opportunity for lean improvement is our internal methods of communication.