Michael McMahon of Hill & Partners and Chris Griffin of CrewXP discuss why business leaders should be concerned about the availability of qualified individuals, not just in their own company, but across the industry.
From a global pandemic to bank industry problems, to freight issues, how do you deal with such challenges, especially in the fast-paced events space? Listen in as Chris and Khalil talk about managing through the unexpected!
As many industries look for qualified talents to fill their open positions, the ultimate question remains: Should you hire someone based on their skill set or their mindset? Let's dive deep into this topic with Chris and Khalil!
How do you get out of your own way? When you're trying to grow your business, it's easy to get stuck in your old habits. But there are ways you can break out of this cycle. In this episode, we’ll help you figure out where you need to go from here!
What criteria do customers judge us on? How many opportunities do we lose because we don't account for these things? Listen in as Chris shares this 25-year-old content about 68 nonverbal cues that customers and buyers use to evaluate us.
What is your sales system, or do you even have one? A sales system is key to growing your business and keeping up with the competition. Listen in as Chris Griffin outlines the components of a successful sales system and the basic principles of a stru
As the events industry welcomes the increase in projects following the pandemic, how do you make sure you have enough people on your team? Should you compromise your company’s values to fill your workforce gap? Michael McMahon of Hill & Partners joi
What do you look for when determining whether a new project is worthy of pursuing? As the event industry continues to build back after the pandemic, many agencies and build shops are eager to ramp their businesses back up. But should you really take
Have you ever been caught in the endless cycle of losing money from inaccurate estimates, making mistakes, poor payroll management, and endless customer concessions? The SMB Death Spiral is no joke. It will leave you scrambling and cause you to lose