True Economic Impacts of Sanitation Equipment Sales

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There’s no doubt about it… the industry is growing by leaps and bounds. Still, the sanitation equipment industry is considered small when compared to the Fortune 500. Although our industry is filled with companies of all different sizes and profit margins, did you know that sanitation equipment sales (from any size company) are a key

Employee Morale – Happy People Are Better Employees

Employee Morale Goes a Long Way

Last week we talked about what it means to be a leader. To recap, our leadership blog outlined what it takes to lead your crew to success, instead of on ‘bossing’ them into submission. Inspiration and personal touch are key to being a leader. Now, we’re taking those leadership skills and expanding on what they

Family Business – Resources and Guides

Family Business tips from Satellite PolyPortables

Owning a family business can be a great and powerful thing. The feeling of success from landing a new customer and knowing your family is taken care of is immeasurable. At the same time, we all know the interpersonal struggles that come from working directly with family members. It can be a real challenge to stay

Leadership Tips | Identifying Potential in Your People

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During times of crisis, …and for many of us in day-to-day life, we try to pick out individuals we see as leaders. We do this for many reasons. Strong leaders can help motivate and push us forward during challenging times. Leaders can be described as – good listeners, motivators, creatives, hard workers, and charastmatic.. just to

Employee Recognition | A Competitive Advantage in 2019

Employee Recognition Sets You Apart

When was the last time you evaluated your employee recognition model? Changing and adapting your business practices can be a staggering process. It may even lead to creating an abundance of new work. However, when it comes to your employees, making the time investment is necessary. It’s important to remember that your employees are the foundation of

Set Your Priorities Straight – Digital Marketing

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Whether you’re a business owner, a digital marketing pro, or just helping your company out by posting on social media, the expectations in 2019 are high. You’ve got goals for growth that may include: boosting organic traffic, refining ads, generating more leads, and possibly creating new revenue streams – just to name a few. It’s more than

Community Involvement Will Set Your Company Apart

community involvement will help your business grow

As a forward-thinking company, it’s important to think ahead without losing sight of what matters most. Some would say, “do unto others as you would like them to do to you”. As operators, you may already feel that you are continually giving back. You’re on the front lines assisting in natural disasters; you help keep parts,

New Year’s Resolution Habits for Business Success in 2019

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How in the world has another year gone by so fast? Well, it’s partially a by-product of growing up and getting older, but it also means that we’ve ALL been incredibly busy! We’ve found that one of the best ways to stay busy is to set goals for your company. When we think of the word ‘goal’ at

Winter Business Tips to Carry You Through the Slow Season

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It’s getting colder, the days are shorter, and judging from the weather channel the snow fronts are all rolling in. Many operators see a slowdown in units, services, and events. Wouldn’t it be nice if you didn’t have to worry about your business slowing down? What if you could help alleviate some of the stress

California Fires | Prep Your Business and How to Help

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The past two years of California fires have really given the West Coast a run, by having record-breaking natural disasters back to back years in 2017 and 2018. According to NASA, the Thomas Fire (2017) burned areas in Ventura and Santa Barbara Counties in California, consuming 281,893 acres and was the largest wildfire in California