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7
Aug

12 Things to Think About in the Kitchen and Bath Industry Over the Next 5 Years Part III

12 Things to Think About in the Kitchen and Bath Industry Over the Next 5 Years Part III A Golden Opportunity Awaits you the More You Embrace Technology By Thad Whittenburg Every time there are advances in technology in an industry, you are sure to see shifts in market share. There will be “winners” who embrace these changes and “laggards”

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30
Jul

12 Things to Think about in the Kitchen and Bath Industry over the next 5 Years Part II

12 Things to Think about in the Kitchen and Bath Industry over the next 5 Years Part II Amazon’s big Push to get Deeper into the Kitchen and Bath Industry By Thad Whittenburg The “12 Things” was by far the most read blog that I have written. I think this is for good reason since people are already seeing the

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17
Jul

Your Future May Very Well Depend on Where You Fall on the Bell Curve

Your Future May Very Well Depend on Where You Fall on the Bell Curve By Thad Whittenburg The Law of Diffusion of Innovation This was first introduced to me during a Simon Sinek Ted Talk. (Start with the Why) If you haven’t seen it before, I would highly recommend that you check it out. Here’s the link:   https://www.ted.com/talks/simon_sinek_how_great_leaders_inspire_action The Law

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9
Jul

12 Things to Think about in the Kitchen and Bath Industry over the Next 5 Years

12 Things to Think about in the Kitchen and Bath Industry over the Next 5 Years By Thad Whittenburg 80% plus of K & B Dealers with showrooms will become hybrids-selling not only out of the store but online. This will be driven by the changing consumer behaviors. Information gathering and shopping are trending more and more as online activities.

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12
Jun

Margin Erosion – Don’t Underestimate its Impact on Your Business

Margin Erosion – Don’t Underestimate its Impact on Your Business By Thad Whittenburg Discussions surrounding margin erosion seem to be surfacing more and more these days as business owners are focused on ways to improve their bottom line, and pressure on margins continue to increase. Margin Erosion can be sneaky and I would liken it to an iceberg: you see

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