THE NATIONAL ASSOCIATION OF THE REMODELING INDUSTRY (NARI) ANNOUNCED THE NATIONAL COTY AWARD WINNERS AND ACHIEVEMENT AWARD WINNERS AT A VIRTUAL CEREMONY FRIDAY NIGHT, APRIL 24, STREAMED LIVE VIA FACEBOOK
The CotY Awards are the highest form of recognition by industry leaders and peers. National CotY Award Winners competed in 48 categories ranging from residential and commercial, to residential landscaping. A panel of industry experts anonymously selected winners based on their projects’ functionality, aesthetics, craftsmanship, innovation and degree of difficulty. “All of the nominees’ designs were exceptional and brought creativity and design best practices to a new level,” said NARI CEO, David R. Pekel, MCR, UDCP, CAPS. “I’m sure it was difficult for NARI’s judging panel to choose the best of the best.”
NKBA Thirty Under 30 alumni share why the program is valuable
It’s all about the future. To continue to help the kitchen and bath industry thrive, the community needs to cultivate the next generation of professionals. The National Kitchen & Bath Association’s (NKBA) young professional program, Thirty Under 30, works toward this goal by identifying 30 future industry powerhouses, bringing them to the Kitchen & Bath Industry Show (KBIS), and setting them up for networking with other accomplished members and special programs and events.
Research from CSO Insights shows that only slightly more than half of sales representatives (53%) are meeting or exceeding their quotas. This is despite
salespeople and managers having access to more sales technology tools, information, and education than ever.
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