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MRLA Industry Insights: How to Cultivate Your Comeback
We recently attended the Michigan Restaurant and Lodging Association's industry insight event. Here are some tips on how you can cultivate your comeback after the past year.
Marketing On A Budget
Many small businesses don’t have the resources to allocate a large portion of their budget to marketing. But that doesn’t mean you need to forgo it altogether. Marketing is essential to the growth and success of a business, and it's important to budget and plan for it.
We can all agree it’s been a challenging year. However, with challenge comes opportunity for change. Take the opportunity to make it a positive change! Revisiting how you are building your business has never been more important. It’s crucial to pinpoint your problem areas. You can do this by checking your reports weekly to find any areas of weakness. Check out some of these simple ways you can get your business back on track!
Construction projects are a combination of several contractors bringing their skill sets together to create a final building project. The journey through this process of a general contractor and subcontractors working together is critical when looking at the sequence of tasks each contractor performs.
Construction equipment is expensive! As a former general contractor, I chose to purchase some equipment, but I also rented some. I would purchase my skid-steer loaders and attachments because of how often they were used and the benefits of having them around the shop. Other equipment, such as lifts or all-terrain forklifts, were rented as projects called for them.

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