Bruce Kelleran

A native of the Pacific Northwest, Bruce attended Washington State University, graduating in Construction Management.  He entered the USMC in 1966 and spent five years in Marine Aviation, including a tour in Viet Nam.  Upon returning to Seattle, he obtained an MBA from the University of Washington and entered public accounting with Arthur Andersen and Co, becoming a CPA in 1972.  After a short career in public accounting Kelleran left to become chief financial officer of a local millwork manufacturing firm, later moving to become partner in another residential cabinet and millwork supplier.  After buying out his partner, this firm moved into kitchen and bath remodeling and then expanded into full service remodeling.  After 34 years in the remodeling business, Kelleran retired in 2010 and now serves as board member and advisor to his former firm.  Bruce and his wife of 48 years have two children and six grandchildren.

Focus on the Big Picture to Maximize Success

Tips for Avoiding or Resolving Cilent Disputes

Protect Your Firm from Internal Theft

Setting Your Pricing to Make a Profit

Tips for Rebuilding Your Firm's Team

Safeguarding You Business' Assets

Written Employee Policies Offer Valuable Benefits

Tips for Managing Your Clients’ Expectations

Football Coach's Story Offers Lessons in Morale

Deciding on a Fair Pricing Strategy for Your Firm

Deciding on a Fair Pricing Strategy for Your Firm

Pricing & Margins Are Key Elements to Survival

The Value of Accurately Projecting Cash Flow

Separating Business From Personal Matters

Making the Most of the Current Economy

Making the Most of the Current Economy

Tips for Minimizing the Cost of Project Mistakes

Prepare Now for When Business Turns Around

Helpful Tips for Managing Client Expectations

Helpful Tips for Managing Client Expectations

Turning the Page Toward a Successful New Year

Turning the Page Toward a Successful New Year

 

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