More than 30,000 attendees are expected at the Kitchen & Bath Industry Show’s (KBIS) and the National Association of Home Builder’s (NAHB) International Builders Show (IBS) in Las Vegas from Feb. 19-21. The event will showcase residential and commercial trends and offerings that will be the talk of 2019. Take a peek into the products, services, events and insights to be showcased at the annual kitchen, bath and building expo.
This month we showcase a recipient of a scholarship, funded in part by the monies raised by the PVF Roundtable, and awarded to colleges and trades schools, that provide PVF and industrial distribution education.
Sharing stories and knowledge is the best way to demonstrate your company’s expertise.
February 1, 2019
If you’re looking for some magic to help build momentum for your business, instead of thinking about the best ways to advertise, you may want to start by asking your team to create a list of everything you can teach.
More than 30,000 attendees, 600 exhibitors and 400 members of the media will convene in Las Vegas from Feb. 19-21. And that’s just the prediction from the Kitchen & Bath Industry Show’s (KBIS) official website!
Over the years, I have had the opportunity to work with hundreds of organizations in several vertical markets. I can say this one thing about all of them: They each have a unique language when it comes to describing the products resting on their shelves.
Compensation can be a fun — yet often debatable — subject. It needs to strike a delicate balance between what’s right and fair for your employees while also being fair to your business. Any compensation program you put in place must be a “feel good” for both parties.
From the color mustard being a favorite among young buyers to the most requested farmhouse style made popular by HGTV shows such as “Fixer Upper,” some trends continue to gain momentum as we move into 2019.
Since the House of Representatives controls the purse strings of legislation, even if decisively brought to the floor by the Senate, it’s not a safe bet that an all-encompassing infrastructure program will emerge in Trump’s last two years of his first term.