40 Under 40 honoree Ankit Sharma explains four methods to prevent and address a skills shortage.
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A Business in Vancouver “40 Under 40” winner and Ernst & Young Entrepreneur of the Year finalist, Ankit Sharma owns Kitply, a successful wood products business in Vancouver, British Columbia.
Since its launch 10 years ago, Kitply has expanded into a recognized national wholesale distributor of hardware and plywood, earning an International Trade Award and Employer of the Year award. The company sells 20,000 products from all over the world through its website www.kitply.ca
Cabinet production has remained consistent over the last 40 years. Now, there's a shift.
Training and development should be as important to senior management and CEOs as bringing more customers/sales.
A poorly estimated job may damage your company’s reputation when you have to re-quote the customer. It can also negatively impact your bottom line if the cost of the project is not accurately reflected.