This article examines the who, what, where, when, why and how of tracking productivity in lumber and building materials (LBM) dealer businesses.
In a Time of Labor Shortage, Do More with Fewer People
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Is your business open or are you considering reopening to employees, the public, or both during the pandemic? If so, you’ll need to make sure that your reopening plan is consistent with applicable local and state orders, and that you are ready to protect everyone in your business—especially those at higher risk—from contracting the virus.
7 Ways LBM Distributors Can Improve eCommerce Sales. Important tips for getting the most out of your eCommerce platform.
This paper briefly explores the emerging office layout and professional working models that are emerging, as well as the statistics that underlie our present understanding of the impact of COVID-19 on workplaces and our projections for the future of our workplaces.
LBM owners must look for a partner who does more than just sell products.
Omnichannel Retail is Essential and More Than Marketing, Sales
Keep Your Business Healthy: Top 5 Strategies LBM Dealers and Distributors Should Pursue During This Trying Time
When it comes to social media, the building industry as a whole has been fairly slow to recognize the impact of this effective marketing tool. Findings and best practices show that one of the best ways to connect with your B2B or B2C audience is through meeting them where they’re at—social media.