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Wood Halloween Scare the Veneer Off You? Top Holiday Lessons

By Bill Esler Posted: 10/31/2014 9:42AM

Halloween shows how some wood industry companies are mastering the art and craft of getting attention to their products and services, tapping buyer attention to deliver sales. Like M Bohlke Veneer's iZombe holiday feature.


How To Drive Dealer Sales of Wood Products

Posted by Karen Koenig | Posted: 09/21/2014 10:58AM

It takes a special skill set to drive wood products dealer sales of custom cabinetry and closet systems. Organizers Direct's strategy for marketing its products and design services through its network of qualified dealers earned it a spot on the 2014 WOOD 100.


Salt Wood Co. Intros Latest Offerings on Improved Website

Posted: 09/11/2014 3:21PM

Salt Wood Company’s complete line of handcrafted wood furniture and custom pieces from reclaimed wood with natural and organic finishes is available on an enhanced website.


Don't Use CAD/CAM Engineers To Generate Estimates

By Jim McAgy Posted: 09/10/2014 12:52PM

Woodworking companies tell me that they get great results from their drawing packages, but they have to draw the projects before the software can estimate the job.




Housing Study: Multifamily Boom Not So Great for Woodworking

By Urs Buehlmann, Matt Bumgardner and Karen Koenig Posted: 08/06/2014 10:46AM

While multi-family housing does not generate the same volume of use per unit as a single family home, it does bode well for the wood products industry. Read this exclusive survey for more details.


Echelon Cabinetry, Advanta Cabinets Born from Armstrong Cabinets

By Alex Keown Posted: 08/04/2014 12:05AM

Cabinetry manufacturer acpi - the former American Industrial Partners - says it invested $7 million in launching Echelon Cabinetry and Advanta Cabinets, following its 2012 purchase of Armstrong Industries cabinets operation.


Woodworking Collectives Let Small Shops Compete on Scale

By Bill Esler Posted: 07/27/2014 10:18AM

WorkOf, a furniture and wood craft marketing collective in Brooklyn, is the latest example of groups springing up around the U.S., often nurtured by public or cooperative woodshops. The groups often share tools and machinery, and market together.


A.R.E. Launches Web Portal for Retail Trends and News

By Elizabeth Fuhrman Posted: 07/16/2014 2:48PM

The Association for Retail Environments (A.R.E.) created a new website portal that features news, trends, commentary, member projects and products in one place.


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