Since its inception in 2016, nearly 200 women have been nominated for R&R’s Women in Restoration award. Each year the field seems to become broader and more competitive, with nominations becoming more in-depth and elaborate! This year’s nominees included owners, VPs, project managers, technicians, operations managers, marketing and sales, and more.
This issue marks the fourth anniversary of R&R’s Women in Restoration award, again supported so strongly by Violand Management Associates. Each year we award one deserving restoration diva the top honor out of dozens of nominees. In 2019, nearly 40 women were nominated for the award—and each have at least 10 years of experience in the industry.
The 2019 Contractor Connection Conference & Expo continues a 20-plus year tradition of being the premier insurance restoration industry event of the year, providing educational, training, and networking opportunities for all attendees.
About a year ago, my son turned 15 and got his learner’s permit to drive. He was aware of all of the laws. In fact, in his opinion he had become an expert in the driving laws of the State of Georgia. Um…yeah.
As a disclaimer, I am not formally trained or an expert in Social Media; but rather a restorer and educator who recognizes the power of the digital world in which we operate. There is great opportunity to build relationships, show your expertise, establish credibility and more if we harness the power.
Years of cigarette smoke can permeate an entire structure. Heavy, aggressive, and thorough cleaning will be required. How would you estimate such a job? What products would be the most effective to use in such an environment? Annissa tells us all about it in this week's Ask Annissa!
I want to tell you about my father-in-law. In 1988, he started his business in his garage with his best friend shortly after high school. He sold that plastics injection molding company several weeks ago, for what I would guess is a handsome sum, and is now just two years from retirement after slowly phasing out of the company.
The only peer-reviewed research symposium for facilities cleaning and disaster restoration professionals is set for July 15-17 at Miami University
April 16, 2019
The Cleaning Industry Research Institute (CIRI) is excited to announce that the 2019 CIRI Science Symposium will be held July 15-17 at Miami University in Oxford, OH. The theme for the 2019 symposium is “Connecting Research to Practice.”
BURLINGTON, Wash. (Apr. 10, 2019) – Legend Brands Education (LBE) has announced a special two-week career training program for U.S. veterans, offering a 50% discount on a veterans-only Restoration Bootcamp at the LBE Nashville campus. Veterans can also attend a job fair with local business owners and other key players in the water and fire damage restoration industry.