Kevin Brown has spent the better part of the last 30 years in sales, marketing, business development, and manufacturing roles in the safety, industrial, and electrical/electronics markets. In 2009 Kevin founded Sunwest Ventures, a boutique advisory and investment company in southern California. Sunwest is an investor in and Kevin a Co-Founder of LeadSmart Technologies LLC a Leads2Revenue technology company.
OSHA estimates some two million construction employees are exposed to respirable crystalline silica in more than 600,000 workplaces across the country. To comply, companies need to follow multiple steps that aren’t always as easy as they might seem.
We always hear the call from management, “We need more sales!” The call from the marketing team: “Sales needs to do better with the leads, they don’t close enough.” The sales team complaining that “these leads from marketing are horrible.” Same story, new year.
The PPE market has certainly changed over the years. There is a long history of personal protection from animal parts and hides to sophisticated materials and designs used today. The role of PPE in America’s workforce has continued to expand, improve and drives positive results.
We’re all being stretched for longer hours with more and more communication “tools” that you buy yourself or are given by your employer. But how much is enough and how much is too much? Are the tools (or “toys”) controlling us or are we truly getting the most from them?