Finney will be on the panel presenting “Digital Marketing and the New Consumer” as part of the Woodworking Network's all-day 40 Under 40 Leadership Conference July 16, the day before the four-day AWFS Fair.
Finney will be on the panel presenting “Digital Marketing and the New Consumer” as part of the Woodworking Network's all-day 40 Under 40 Leadership Conference July 16, the day before the four-day AWFS Fair.
LAS VEGAS – Jeff Finney, the creator of the PushThru podcast, a feature writer for Woodworking Network, and the owner of Ultimate Cabinet Components, will present two educational sessions at the AWFS Fair.  Finney will be on the panel presenting “Digital Marketing and the New Consumer” as part of the Woodworking Network's all-day 40 Under 40 Leadership Conference July 16, the day before the four-day AWFS Fair.  A Woodworking Network 40 under 40 2018 honoree, Finney will be joined by David Biggs, Digital Media Manager, Woodworking Network and Ezra Drissman, marketing specialist.
  
“I’ve been coming to AWFS Fair since I was a kid, and I always come away with new inspiration and something of value to take back to my business,” said Finney. “I’m honored to be able to share some of my life lessons and show a clear path in how to be more successful in the cabinet industry, and have a richer more fruitful life.”      
 
Inspired by Woodworking Network’s 40 Under 40 program, the Under 40 Leadership Conference allows current and future woodworking industry leaders to get up to speed with the latest in technology, management and marketing in today’s business environment.  The July 16, full-day educational conference is moderated by Harry Urban, publisher of Woodworking Network. Industry professionals of all ages are invited.
 
Finney will also present “Making it in the Cabinet Industry” Thursday, July 18, 3:30-5:00 as part of the AWFS Educational Track.  One of Finney’s business philosophies is: Time spent on unnecessary work isn't time well spent. In his “Making it in the Cabinet Industry” session, he will show how changing the logistics of cabinetry doesn’t need to compromise the art - and how to cut cabinet assembly time by 60%, with a fraction of the freight space and cost. “With the latest technology in cabinet manufacturing cabinet assembly requires no specialized labor, saving labor costs and time,” said Finney.  His company will also be presenting in the Lockdowel fastening booth #9074 throughout the AWFS expo. 
   
 

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