The Business of Restoration - A Next Gear Podcast

Available Podcasts

Episode 2 – August 29, 2019

Garret Gray, CEO: Next Gear Solutions, and Chris Corder, President: Coastal Restoration – Part 2

Garret and Chris are back to talk about how technology is changing the restoration game. Between setting up your compliance manager to increasing your VPASS score, there are a lot of tech decisions to make in your restoration business. Chris Corder shares his own experience of going through the cultural transition to adopt more advanced technology in his company. Chris’ story will make you a lot more confident to make those changes. Enjoy!

Key Takeaways:

  • What determines your business growth in your specific market
  • How to hold your staff accountable for compliance tasks
  • How technology is impacting the restoration industry
  • Where the restoration industry is going

Episode 1 – July 31, 2019

Garret Gray, CEO: Next Gear Solutions, and Chris Corder, President: Coastal Restoration – Part 1​​

One of the most common questions we get from our customers is how to build and manage a team to support their growing restoration company. Chris Corder from Coastal Restoration, a Next Gear Solutions customer, believes you should hire in-house versus outsourcing, and in this interview, you’ll learn some of the ways he’s found great people and created a full-service restoration business from a team of two (including his dad) over the past ten years.

Available Podcasts

Episode 2 – August 29, 2019

Garret Gray, CEO: Next Gear Solutions, and Chris Corder, President: Coastal Restoration – Part 2

Garret and Chris are back to talk about how technology is changing the restoration game. Between setting up your compliance manager to increasing your VPASS score, there are a lot of tech decisions to make in your restoration business. Chris Corder shares his own experience of going through the cultural transition to adopt more advanced technology in his company. Chris’ story will make you a lot more confident to make those changes. Enjoy!

Key Takeaways:

  • What determines your business growth in your specific market
  • How to hold your staff accountable for compliance tasks
  • How technology is impacting the restoration industry
  • Where the restoration industry is going

Episode 1 – July 31, 2019

Garret Gray, CEO: Next Gear Solutions, and Chris Corder, President: Coastal Restoration – Part 1​​

One of the most common questions we get from our customers is how to build and manage a team to support their growing restoration company. Chris Corder from Coastal Restoration, a Next Gear Solutions customer, believes you should hire in-house versus outsourcing, and in this interview, you’ll learn some of the ways he’s found great people and created a full-service restoration business from a team of two (including his dad) over the past ten years.

Available Podcasts

Episode 2 – August 29, 2019

Garret Gray, CEO: Next Gear Solutions, and Chris Corder, President: Coastal Restoration – Part 2

Garret and Chris are back to talk about how technology is changing the restoration game. Between setting up your compliance manager to increasing your VPASS score, there are a lot of tech decisions to make in your restoration business. Chris Corder shares his own experience of going through the cultural transition to adopt more advanced technology in his company. Chris’ story will make you a lot more confident to make those changes. Enjoy!

Key Takeaways:

  • What determines your business growth in your specific market
  • How to hold your staff accountable for compliance tasks
  • How technology is impacting the restoration industry
  • Where the restoration industry is going

Episode 1 – July 31, 2019

Garret Gray, CEO: Next Gear Solutions, and Chris Corder, President: Coastal Restoration – Part 1​​

One of the most common questions we get from our customers is how to build and manage a team to support their growing restoration company. Chris Corder from Coastal Restoration, a Next Gear Solutions customer, believes you should hire in-house versus outsourcing, and in this interview, you’ll learn some of the ways he’s found great people and created a full-service restoration business from a team of two (including his dad) over the past ten years.

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