All posts by: Cardinal Brokers

Some tips in a podcast about getting ready to sell your business. Podcast: Thinking About Selling Your Dealership? Listen to this Podcast First | Modern Tire Dealer...
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These vampires aren’t out for blood, they are out for your attention and time.  Learn better strategies for dealing with them. Task Vampires and Emotional Vampires: Slaying Productivity-Draining Monsters | 2019-12-13 | Modern Tire Dealer...
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How to know when it’s past time to increase your prices.  Helpful tips to improve your customer expectations. How to Know When Your Prices Are Too Low | 2019-10-08 | Modern Tire Dealer...
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Shipping woes hit the industry in both tires and parts.  Here are some tips to cope with the problem.  Shipping Woes Are Also Hitting Auto Parts Hard | Modern Tire Dealer...
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Several podcasts by leading industry podcaster Carm Capriotti with Cardinal Brokers...
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A Town Hall Discussion on Remarkable Results Radio on Selling Your Business...
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As a small business owner, it’s only fair that you charge a modern price for a modern service.  We can’t let a handful of people dictate what our prices should be and decimating our bottom lines.  10% is your fair...
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Doesn’t it still feel like early 2018? Wow, this year has simply zipped by. A blur. At the end of the year it’s good practice to reflect on the year’s performance, major influencers, and celebrate successes and think about how...
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Don Moore, Fairview Tire, has a family-owned business in Burlington, Ontario, where he is well-known for his community involvement and providing an excellent value to his customers for tires and mechanical services. His best technician had great skills, but his...
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  Tire and service shop owners are busy folks. And, even if they had the time, our industry is not known for having dealers take the time to review their monthly financial statements on a regular basis. I believe this...
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