by Bill Esler
email@example.com CABINETS & CLOSETS 2017
The boom in remodeling is pressuring cabinet shops to grow, but also to grow smarter about how they operate their business. Attendees at the 2017 Cabinets & Closets Expo and Conference will find plenty of resources not only to help manage the sales rise they are experiencing, but also to fuel continued sales gains, and to improve operations as they grow even more. Show organizers have planned a day-long
conference April 11 – including luncheon, nearby
plant tour and evening reception – followed by
an exposition April 12-13, at the Renaissance
Schaumburg Hotel and Convention Center near
Chicago. JB Cutting is Gold Sponsor for the entire
event. For the first time, Top Shelf Closets Design
Awards take place after Expo Day 1, on April 12.
Over 20 educational sessions are
planned, covering hot-button issues like marketing
to millennials and workforce development, business management, online marketing, and design.
Matt Krig, owner of Northland Woodworks,
says he plans to be “brutally honest” when he talks
to fellow woodworkers. “What I want to tell people
is if you’re going to have a cabinet business, one
needs to stop thinking like a cabinetmaker, and
start being a business person,” he says. Krig, who is
also president of the Cabinet Makers Association,
will be addressing woodworking business owners
April 11 during the Cabinet Track.
The 2017 Cabinets & Closets Conference will
feature an all-star field of business management
Cabinet shops will gain management know-how as pros tell it like it is
during Cabinets & Closets 2017, April 11-13 in Schaumburg, Illinois.
Pros deliver brutally honest advice
Solid crowds and more nearly 100 exhibitors are expected for the Expo April 12-13.
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