Facility managers searching for high quality service providers often find themselves struggling to locate quality professionals that offer the needed services in a reliable, consistent manner. This can lead to frustration and wasted time, with the tendency to settle for contractors that do not offer the best quality of services – simply because they can be found.
Contractors that are interested in finding work will need to put effort and attention into marketing themselves to facility managers in order to make themselves visible and attractive in prospective clients. This can be one of the greatest challenges of being a contractor, but once handled properly it will bring these professionals into connection with the facility managers that need them. Read more.
Dallas/Fort Worth, TX – The Minority Contractor Network (MCN), a B2B web service aimed at connecting verified Minority Business Enterprises (MBEs) with new business opportunities from the retail, restaurant and hospitality sectors launched today, using Fixxbook® as it’s core software platform. Read more.
Increasing Visibility for Commercial Food Service Contractors: By Dan Farmer
This fall my travels took me to Colorado Springs for the Commercial Food Equipment Service Association’s (CFESA) Fall Conference. The conference was hosted at the Cheyenne Mountain Resort, and as far as facilities go for hosting a conference, it was fantastic. From the view to the amenities, I could not have been happier. Well, perhaps a few more days to have enjoyed it, but that’s another story. Read more.
New York City, NY – ServiceChannel Inc. has relaunched its Fixxbook website with a fresh new design and enhanced functionality. Developed by Fixxbook’s experienced production and marketing teams, along with Path Interactive, the new website embodies the company’s commitment to modern web design while expanding the product’s capabilities, which has made Fixxbook the leading commercial contractor management service provider for the facilities management industry. Read more.
Your commercial contractor business might seem like its a million miles away from the online world. But that doesnt mean you can afford to ignore the need for building a presence on the Internet, including investing a website and listing your business in preeminent online contractor directories.
The Internet has clearly become a part of every area of our lives. In fact, recent studies show that over 70% of people say that they go online to find business information before making a decision. This is true not only for regular consumers for facilities managers and business owners. Consequently, its imperative for residential as well as commercial contractors to build their online presence. Read more.