One of the keys to running a profitable operation is to tailor your product offerings based on your customers’ wants and needs.
From Instagram and Pinterest to Vine, the constantly changing and ever-expanding number of online services represents new and exciting marketing opportunities for businesses and brands across a wide variety of industries.
Fresh off the heels of the housing crisis when our industry took a financial hit that closed the doors of many businesses, the need to forecast future requirements is more important than ever.
After scaling back during the recession, homeowners are not only ramping up their remodeling spending — they’re showing an eagerness to add high-end touches to their homes.
Take steps to ensure you are prepared for this year's hurricane season.
Art director April Van Etten shares her experience designing the magazine in cube land in the fifth of a five-part series about the work spaces of the QR staff.
Executive editor Ken Betz shares his experience working in a windowed-cube in the second of a five-part series about the work spaces of the QR staff.
Editorial director Rob Heselbarth shares his experience working in an office in the first of a five-part series about the work spaces of the QR staff.
One of the first steps toward ensuring a positive experience for your employees is to create a company culture that inspires, and sustains, exemplary customer service.
Next month marks the start of the spring season, a time when many homeowners across the country will dig out of the winter weather with a renewed interest in refreshing and remodeling their homes.
During the past 17 months, I’ve spent a lot of time writing about remodeling but have never had a firsthand taste of it until now.
There are resources out there for assistance after Hurricane SAndy, and a variety of tips to help get your business, customers and employees back on their feet.
I was surrounded by technology, most of it working only part of the time