Poppy Szkiler is the founder and CEO of Quiet Mark, a third-generation family business. The global certification program campaign (founded in 2011) is associated to the UK Noise Abatement Society (NAS) charitable foundation, which was founded by Poppy’s grandfather, John Connell OBE in 1959 and led today by her mother Gloria Connell OBE. Today, her […]
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Street Fighter: Jim Inglis writes a no-nonsense treatise on strategy in retailing and how passionate belief makes things happen
If you only have time to read one book on retailing strategy, James Inglis’ Breakthrough Retailing: how a bleeding orange culture can change everything is the one you should read. It is without question a blueprint that will help EVERY retailer (in fact, every business owner) become a better one. Inglis’ book will inspire you […]
From floor to ceiling, there are simple ways to suggest getting your aging-in-place clients’ homes ready for re-emergence into the world following the COVID-19 pandemic.
Josh Cyphers is president of Nvoicepay, the leading financial technology company specializing in intelligent payment automation. KB-Resource approached Josh to talk about this important topic to our audience – the world of design and architecture.
New Global Study from Honeywell and Wakefield Research Gives Us Feedback from Workers Themselves In a word: safe. If you want people back into the office, make them feel safe. That’s the conclusion of a new 32-page report from Honeywell and Wakefield Research. “Workers are keenly attuned to what’s happening to make their workspaces safer […]
Blog contributed by Grass America. Look inside the U.S. kitchen cabinet industry and you will see that a fundamental change has taken hold. A long-term trend over the past decades has been accelerated in response to the dramatic events of the past year: double-wall metal drawers have begun to overtake traditional wood drawer construction as […]
Madrid-based president & founding partner of luis vidal + architects relays 5 major changes in store for the 2020s and their reflection in modern architecture Blog contributed by luis vidal + architects. This decade – perhaps another roaring ’20s – will no doubt be one of the most exciting and fast-paced decades in recent memory. […]
How Background Checks in Construction and Manufacturing Have Evolved, and What Your Business Should Know
Background checks have become such a universal part of the hiring process that we barely think about them anymore. It is expected that most forms of employment require a background check, but what does this mean in practice for construction and manufacturing? How do different state laws affect what companies can look for in a […]
by James V. Vitale, AIA, LEED AP Born in 1947, I am one among 77 million boomers born between 1946 and 1964. A 2008 article in Buildings magazine indicated that we boomers represent almost a trillion dollars in disposable income. As such we represent one of the fastest growing markets for well designed and useable […]