Growing your company requires thinking big, developing innovative strategies, and taking risks. If you do it right, the results can be huge. Todd Jackson did it right, and quadrupled his revenue.
In this episode, Victoria and Mark talk to Todd about how he achieved that success, and the details and work behind the big numbers.
Todd is the CEO and president of Jackson Design & Remodeling in San Diego, CA, and a long-time Roundtables member. During the recession of 2007-2009, he developed and adopted strategies that got the company these amazing results in the next decade.
Learn how Todd not only weathered the downturn, but put systems in place and doubled-down on his marketing to power his company when the economy bounced back. He talks about the importance of creating a culture that celebrates success, as well as:
- The key advice he got from another Roundtables member
- Why his salespeople love their lower commissions
- How his showroom drives profits
- His strategy to cut the design process from months to weeks
- Financing vs. cash
- The awesome power of wearing slacks
- And more…
There’s no one magic bullet, but a cohesive mix of strategies, calculated risks, and goals that will speed a remodeling company toward exponential growth. Click through to see more about Jackson Design & Remodel.
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