Professional Woodworkers Sharing Business Strategies
Written by John English Monday, 19 October 2015 00:00
Americans spend more than $30 billion dollars every year on old-fashioned, printed books. Another $35 billion goes for wine. Are you building bookcases? Or wine racks?
Written by David Getts Monday, 18 May 2015 00:00
Synchronicity is defined as “the simultaneous occurrence of events that appear significantly related, but have no discernible causal connection.” We have all had this type of experience at some point in our lives. I think most people shrug it off as simply an interesting or unusual coincidence. But is that all it really is?
Written by R.W. Lee Monday, 13 April 2015 00:00
Prior to my involvement with digital fabrication technology, I was a consultant for 25 years valuing investment-grade real estate and medium-sized businesses. Though most of this was enjoyable, the most distressing part was trying to save a business from insolvency or, worse, valuing the remains of an insolvent business.
Written by Mark E. Battersby Monday, 16 March 2015 00:00
Putting money into a woodworking business — or taking money from the business — is not something to be tackled by amateurs. Admittedly, a surprising number of woodworking professionals do depend on themselves when it comes to financing their businesses. Thanks to our complex tax rules, however, getting money invested out of the business can be expensive.
Written by John English Monday, 16 February 2015 00:00
Seventy-seven-year-old Ken Froelich used to run a furniture repair shop in Rapid City, S.D. It was a half-hour from Ellsworth Air Force Base, where soldiers, airmen and even some diplomatic corps personnel would arrive home from overseas tours.
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