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  1. Market to Market: Improving Communication Skills to Effectively Market your Business or Services

    Market to Market: Improving Communication Skills to Effectively Market your Business or Services

    If you are not communicating correctly to your target audience and, most importantly, to your customers, then your business will definitely suffer even if you thought you’d done all of the necessary steps to make sure people can find you.
  2. How to Cultivate a Winning Company Culture that Retains Good Employees

    How to Cultivate a Winning Company Culture that Retains Good Employees

    Headlines across the United States continue to highlight the shortage of labor and the consequences of forced shutdowns. Some of our clients have felt this same pressure and asked for guidance from NAPCO. We’re listening. Here are a few ideas to attract and keep hard-working, loyal employees.
  3. Increase in Price of Raw Materials and Supply Shortages: What this Means for Refinishers and Homeowners

    Increase in Price of Raw Materials and Supply Shortages: What this Means for Refinishers and Homeowners

    Refinishing provides an alternative remodeling method to help satisfy homeowners’ needs without the time, hassle and mess that comes along with a full remodel. So, how do you market the refinishing business nowadays and how do you consider the price increase?
  4. Market to Market: Creating a Successful Marketing Strategy for Small Refinishing Businesses

    Market to Market: Creating a Successful Marketing Strategy for Small Refinishing Businesses

    As a business owner, either as a solo refinisher, or one that operates a small team, it’s important to have a marketing strategy in place to help customers find you. So here we are providing two plans designed to get you to start thinking, planning, and making money without it taking you days and weeks.
  5. Lessons from the Pandemic for Small Kitchen and Bath Refinishing Businesses

    Lessons from the Pandemic for Small Kitchen and Bath Refinishing Businesses

    Businesses and entrepreneurs, including kitchen and bath refinishers, who saw the pandemic as something of a teaching experience and were able to learn and adapt, ultimately came out in better shape. The following is a look at a few of what we see as the most important lessons from the pandemic refinishers and entrepreneurs should consider for a thriving business.
  6. Working Smarter Not Harder as a Small Business

    Working Smarter Not Harder as a Small Business

    Small business owners are always looking for ways to operate in a smoother and more streamlined fashion. So, our team came up with several ways that NAPCO can help you work smarter as we head into 2021.
  7. 3 SEO Tips to Keep in Mind when Updating Website Content

    3 SEO Tips to Keep in Mind when Updating Website Content

    While SEO has a lot of moving parts, by just understanding and implementing some basic optimization strategies for your website, you can yield big gains in the refinishing and remodeling industry.
  8. Small Business Tips to Help Your Company Take Off

    Small Business Tips to Help Your Company Take Off

    Whether you are just starting out with your own refinishing business or have been established for some time, these tips could be what you need to help your company get a boost and increase your profit this year.
  9. 4 Smart Tips for Your Small Business

    4 Smart Tips for Your Small Business

    You own your own small refinishing business, maybe just you and a couple other people. You have some clients, but want to take your work to the next level. Well, here are some important steps that you can take to expand the reach of your business and ensure its success season after season.
  10. New IRS Program May Help Control Payroll Tax Challenges

    New IRS Program May Help Control Payroll Tax Challenges

    It’s not every day that we get to mention something positive that the IRS is rolling out on behalf of small businesses, but its newest program may just qualify. Keeping up with payroll tax payments can be a headache for any small business, especially if you’ve ever fallen behind and made a late payment. Before long, the extra penalties and...

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