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Two Percent Ain't Cutting It: How Much Should You Be Spending on Marketing?

During lean times, you need to work harder to get work. That means ó if you want to grow your business ó you'll need to spend more on marketing. More

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Make Your Own Silver Lining

Using the downturn to practice some creative cost control. More

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Making the Cut: Opting for a Pay Cut to Ride Out the Recession

In addition to other belt-tightening, the management team of Repp Construction opted for a 10% pay cut. More

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Your New Best Feature: Your Budget

Use your budget to back you up when making tough cost-cutting decisions. More

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Living History: Past Lessons Learned From Near-Bankruptcy Help During the Recession

How one remodeler's brush with bankruptcy in 2003 has helped his business weather the current economic downturn. More

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Pitching In: Reexamining Job Responsibilities in an Effort to Cut Costs

Remodeling company owners adjust their administrative staff, retool job... More

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Benchmark: Poised for Growth

How much growth can your company sustain without having to borrow money? Here's how to find out. More

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Overhead Door Legacy 800 Garage Door Openers

The Legacy 800 garage door opener is available in belt- and chain-drive models, both designed for quiet operation. More

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Substantial Gain: Subcontracting the Role of Project Manager

One remodeler finds that using the right subcontracted project managers can lower overhead and increase efficiency. More

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Less Overhead, More Volume: Outsourced Expertise for Your Growing Company

More remodelers are cautiously gunning for growth without incurring the fixed-overhead costs of permanent or full-time hires. More

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