An outsource lab calls me up and wants to send me some work...Do I... A) Bring it. Cant say no to money coming in. B) Do it, i'm flattered they...See more thought about using my work and this can help pay some supply costs. C) Do it for a bit and only take the units I want. D) No, My business is built...
Owner/Creator at Cascade Crowns
I kinda dabble in everything. I just live, do all I can till I can't do no more and my time is up. What are you gunna be remembered for?
I'll buck the trend and say "D". If you truly are quality, and have a known reputation, I say build upon that and set yourself apart from others. Gain...See more even more education , i.e.Lab Day :-) hands on courses, and most of all become indispensable to your nearby accounts, as in custom shades, evaluating...
That's an easy one...do you have excess capacity? Will you still be able to produce work on time for your own technicians while you're busy meeting deadlines...See more for the other lab? What is your profit margin? Is this the best use of your production resources? Can you make more money elsewhere? Will this...
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