FARMINGTON HILLS, Mich. – The Association for the Work Truck Industry recently updated ntea.com to streamline the user experience and provide a responsive layout. The platform upgrade is specifically designed to elevate the look and feel of the site and simplify navigation.
Last week’s approval of the 2017 Department of Homeland Security (DHS) Appropriations fiscal bill was an important step toward extending the H-2B program into 2017.
WOBURN, Mass. – Arborjet has announced the availability of four new retail product displays to showcase its products for general plant nutrition, insect and disease control, water management and growth regulation. The retail displays serve as a one-stop-shop for the gardener's every need, offering a variety of product sizes and solutions. Designed with extra messaging, the displays are free and arrive pre-stocked, helping save retailers valuable time, space and money. The four displays include:
DENVER, Colo. – Swiftpage, the maker of Act! and a provider of software and services that help small and mid-sized businesses grow, has announced that Act! v18.1 is now available on subscription in Europe.
Referrals keep the sales funnel full at Fransen Group in Louisville, Kentucky, where about 80 percent of business comes from clients who heard about the firm from friends, family or neighbors. Founder Alex Fransen recognizes that every property his company completes is a billboard for his business. So the team is focused on carrying projects from concept to care with ongoing maintenance.
Backing this full-service model is a guarantee that gives prospects considering Fransen Group peace of mind. “Our guarantee is, if you are not happy with our service and we cannot make it right, we will pay our competition to make it right,” Fransen says.
This message proves just how particular Fransen is about delivering quality. And, it holds the team accountable to following through on the company’s promise to clients.
What about clients’ reactions? “They say, ‘I’ve never heard anything like that before. You must really stand behind your work,’” Fransen says. “When we are done with projects, we receive thank-you notes and clients tell their friends.”