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Woodworking Sales Prospects: In-laws, Gas Stations, Walmart

By Bill Esler Posted: 07/01/2010 2:00AM

Three sales opportunities for custom and manufactured wood products: gas station food centers, in-law apartments, and $1 billion Wal-mart expansion.


No Urban Myth: Profit in Diseased Trees

By Bill Esler Posted: 06/24/2010 2:00AM

No urban myth: Profit potential in diseased trees and cullings from urban forestry


Educated Workers Don't Grow on Trees

By Bill Esler Posted: 06/16/2010 2:00AM

A spot check at CareerBuilder.com shows dozens of job openings at cabinetry and architectural millwork firms. With the recovery edging slowly forward, the competition for qualified labor will likely to spike. 


CWB Design Portfolio: Enter - You May Win

By Bill Esler Posted: 06/10/2010 2:00AM

The woodworking Design Portfolio competition: once you enter and you've already won.




Retooling for Wood Industry Recovery and Sales Growth

By Bill Esler Posted: 05/27/2010 2:00AM

As the economy recovers, woodworking businesses large and small are looking at new ways to grow sales and profits.


When Tigers Eat Loggers

By Bill Esler Posted: 05/15/2010 2:00AM

"Nine people have been killed by tigers in the Sumatran rainforest in the past two years, 'mostly illegal loggers,' according to news reports. Poetic justice?


Sawmill Spawned Green Philanthropist

By Bill Esler Posted: 05/11/2010 2:00AM

David Gelbaum, the well-heeled investor and philanthropist, has been redirecting his wealth and investments into sustainable enterprises through Quercus Trust and 21Ventures. He once worked in a sawmill.


Unlearning Pessimism as Building Improves

By Bill Esler Posted: 05/04/2010 2:00AM

As the market improves, it may take some re-education for us to step away from years of pessimism about the housing market. 


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