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1. Jacob Webb
 

NewLook International Inc.

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2. Six Fresh Ways Decorative Concrete Contractors Can Sell Themselves

man with an ipadNo matter what industry you’re in, whether it’s massage therapy, concrete staining or stamped concrete, you have to consider yourself as being in sales.

By Vanessa Salvia
3. Three Critical Components to Effectively Market Decorative Concrete

Drawing a stencil for concrete.Let’s take a look at three critical challenges to marketing your business effectively and how you can resolve them.

By Jacob Webb
4. Fundamentals of Business: The Four W's of Business Strategy
By Jacob Webb
5. Fundamentals of Business: Using the Four P’s of Marketing to Sell Concrete

By Jacob Webb
6. 7 Strategies for Managing Working Capital in a Concrete Business

A purple ball point pen next to a blank check.When business is slow and credit is tight, you must do all you can do to preserve working capital, also referred to as operating capital. It’s an important financial metric calculated as current assets minus current liabilities. It’s the difference between the money you’ve been paid and the cash you owe.

By Jacob Webb
7. NewLook offering Cement Color to distributors and professional installers
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8. Fundamentals of Business: The Science of Setting the Right Price for Your Services

By Jacob Webb
9. Fundamentals of Business: Giving Your Business the Flexibility It Needs to Thrive

Contractor using a power trowel to finish a concrete slab.In the free enterprise system, competition selects out businesses that don’t adapt to change or events they can’t plan on. To thrive within this system, your decorative concrete business must maintain a high degree of flexibility.

By Jacob Webb
10. Managing Slack is a Business Fundamental

Slacking man on concrete stenciling jobThere is a big hairy monster lurking around your business. He’s not easy to detect and he has a real nasty habit of stealing from you. The monster I speak of is called “slack.”

By Jacob Webb

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