‘Business resilience’ is theme of CKCA’s 3rd National Discussion webinar
July 2, 2020 | 12:37 pm CDT

NEPEAN, Ontario – “Manufacturers talk Business Resilience – Lessons Learned and Strategies to Keep Going” is the title of the Canadian Kitchen Cabinet Association’s third National Discussion webinar.

The presentation, via Zoom, is scheduled for 1 p.m. (EDT) Thursday, July 9.

Each of the two featured presenters represent kitchen cabinet manufacturers based in Alberta.

Heidi Boudreault Selene Yuen

Heidi Boudreault is general manager and co-owner of Denca Cabinets of Calgary. The family-owned cabinet maker has 40 employees. She also is the newly elected president of the CKCA.

Selene Yuen has been in the industry for 20 years and is a partner and co-owner of Selenium Interiors, a 10-man shop based in Edmonton.

Boudreault and Yuen will relate how their respective businesses have responded to the COVID-19 pandemic, including how they have applied lessons learned from manufacturing custom cabinets in Alberta during the highs and lows of Alberta’s oil and gas industry.

The program is sponsored by Grass Canada and Weinig Holz-Her.

Learn more and register.


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