You’ve been looking forward to this all year — The Car Wash ShowTM 2019 has arrived! Registration is now open for the only show dedicated to keeping you on top of new technology developments and changing consumer demands in the car wash, quick lube and detailing industries.
Ford is building cars that "talk" with traffic lights, road signs and pedestrians, as detailed in the company's announcement at CES this week. Ford plans to start selling cars that feature this type of technology in 2022.
Source: Engadget CES has been held in Las Vegas since 1978, after starting in Chicago way back in 1967, and over those years, many a tech trend has come and gone. In the past few years, something else has been creeping into the hallowed halls of the Las Vegas Convention Center: cars.
Ohio-based Flying Ace Car Wash could more than double its count of airplane hangar-themed car wash’s in the Dayton region by the end of next year. The company that first expanded into the Dayton market in 2015 has announced plans to begin construction on its fifth area location.
Source: WIFR Extreme Clean Car Wash opened its second Loves Park, Ill., location this week, celebrating by offering a week of free car washes. Also available, but not free: Drivers can give their dog a bath while they get their car cleaned.
The first few months of 2019 have in store some fantastic business books, including an investigation of how incompetent men become leaders, a guide to making your career dreams a reality, and a biography of Apple CEO Tim Cook. Each one will make you think differently about work, leadership, and success.
Source: strategy+business When an employee expresses profound trust in their organization, it helps to engender trust among consumers, too. In fact, all CEOs should be thinking about how to build trust — with customers, shareholders, and employees — and they should start by being more transparent.
Source: Entrepreneur Every year companies, both big and small, launch marketingcampaigns to the public. Here are nine examples, across several industries, that can help spark creative thinking as you plan campaigns for your own business.
Source: Small Business Marketing Good business owners are desperate to find a way to serve others, as they should be. When you focus on serving first, the money will come. So how do you find out what your target audience wants so you can better market to them and serve value?