We're working on the Summer leadership issue of CAR WASH Magazine and would love to hear from you! We're writing articles on some of the following topics. If your company has an interesting perspective to share, please reach out and let us know!
Every few years, someone becomes frustrated that most Americans care deeply about the small-business community — and that concern gets in the way of those interests' policy objectives. So they try to undercut the importance of our small-business economy.
Source: The Journal Times
A new $3 million automated car wash with two pet washing stations is in the works for Highway 20 in Mount Pleasant, Wisconsin. Peak Inc. plans to build its first Wisconsin car wash, joining the company's dozen-plus car washes in Illinois, Indiana and Kansas.
Source: Strategy + Business
For many leaders, a sense of meaning at work is elusive. What leaders thought was meaningful purpose was merely their pursuit of success — and these are two very different things.
Whether a first-time CEO or stepping into a visible leadership role, you will face a number of high stakes decisions during the critical first months of the role. Given the high risk of executive transition failures, you may be understandably cautious.
There was a time when pricing was almost a consequence of other decisions made by a company. Companies used to figure out their cost and tack on a few pennies. Today, companies reverse engineer their solutions based on a price point.
Akron, Ohio-based DRB Holdings, which provides technology products to the car wash industry, announced that it has acquired the assets and property of NoPileups of Idaho. A business unit of Pingman Tools, NoPileups provides software to assist in preventing vehicle collisions in car washes.