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Understanding a Buyer’s Decision-Making Process

Contractors are sticklers for accuracy when it comes to meeting project specifications and schedules, but that attention to detail doesn’t always extend to customer relationships. Time and again, research shows buyers and sellers experience the marketplace very differently and often expect different things from their counterparts.

What Are the Risks and Rewards of Being Certified as a Small Business?

An attorney, consultant and contractor weigh in on the challenges and benefits of small business certification.

Easing Change in the Health Care Industry With Third-Party Project Management

With the changes enacted by the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act (PPACA), budgets are tighter than ever and health care facilities must handle new technological demands and an expanding patient population. In this new paradigm, it’s not just a low bid that wins business for health care contractors. It’s the promise that their services will save money while adding value.

Neural Leadership: Using the Brain to Build a Better Business

Five neural leadership practices can help construction business owners and managers work more effectively with their crews to solve problems and make more informed strategic decisions.

The Impact of Changing Business Formations

When looking to grow a business, it’s important to consider both the advantages and disadvantages of the firm’s existing legal structure. Before making a decision, determine the impact a change will have on current operations, liability and tax obligations.

Planning for a Successful International Expansion

The reasons for contractors' cross-border expansion range from supporting an existing customer’s request and acquiring a new business to participating in a joint venture and diversifying economic risks from a regional perspective. In any international expansion scenario, several key factors must be considered to improve the likelihood of success.

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Service Above Self
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