Chapel Hill, NC (PRWEB) February 16, 2012
“A recent Dealer Survey revealed that the vast majority of kitchen/bath dealers don’t have much access to business advisors and, therefore, perhaps don’t have the perspective to diagnose what should be changed in their businesses to improve their top or bottom lines,” said Peterson. “As a result, many small business people wait too long to effect positive change, in some cases for fear of taking the wrong actions; their businesses just continue to bump along as if they are still in recession. This multi-page Benchmarking Report has been an eye-opener for many dealers and put them on a course of sustained business improvement.”
The SEN Design Group feels that if a dealer knew what is wrong with his business, he would go ahead and fix it. Properly structured, SEN believes that a kitchen/bath business can be an engine for wealth and the vehicle for achieving all an owner wants out of life. “But oftentimes pride, or being too busy, get in the way of fixing a business,” remarked Peterson. “This free Benchmarking Report should be a no-brainer for anyone really serious about improving his company’s profitability. It will kick-start critical changes.”
For more information, please contact Ken Peterson CKD, LPBC at 1-800-991-1711 or kpeterson(at)sendesign(dot)com. Or click on the following link for more details and to register as a guest for any of the three events: http://www.senseminars.com/seminars.htm
About the SEN Design Group:
Headquartered in Chapel Hill, NC as the industry’s first buying and business development group, the SEN Design Group counts 214 dealer-members from coast-to-coast. These members enjoy deeper discounts and volume rebates from 75+ vendors in cabinetry, countertops, appliances, plumbing fixtures, lighting, flooring, tile, bath products, accessories, and business services that are affiliated with the group. They also receive business management training, networking opportunities, and have access to business coaching services, showroom design services, peer counseling at roundtables, financial comparison reports, sales training, and marketing tools that all help to improve their bottom lines.