The Year of the Locksmith?

Today, it is even more critical for the lock and security professional to completely change any negative perception by giving the ultimate in courteous, knowledgeable service.


It’s tough to be a small business in 2013 but the rules of business have not changed that much over the years. This year might not be the best of times for the average locksmith but as the once-popular song says, “Don’t worry. Be happy.” Focus on making your customers, co-workers, and employees happy by exceeding their expectations. This might help keep your business in business for many years to come.

 

Arnie Goldman is president of IDN-Hardware Sales, one of the IDN network of companies and a member of SHDA, the Security Hardware Distributors Association.

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