Liz Walz, Boating Industry Magazine, Monday April 2, 2007. The following individuals — the best of the best under 40 years old — have proven that leadership is alive and well among our industry’s young executives, developing and maturing all around us. There will be a next generation of industry leaders — one that’s strong, diverse and will carry the boating business to new heights of professionalism and growth.
Entries in 2007 (13)
This article, by Gene Spinazola, was published in Marina Dock Age – July 2007. A recent marina fire was the result of a boat owner making repairs on his boat. For this article, it’s not important how the fire started, but rather what went wrong during the fire.
This article, by Dennis Kissman, was published in Marina Dock Age – January 2007. Are you taking a truly objective approach to your marina business? Have you ever made a mistake in operating your business? The point here is that not anyone who has ever had a stake in any business can be totally objective. Everyone has opinions, prejudices, or allows him or herself to be influenced in some manner that could pose a potential hindrance to the growth of one’s business. That is never more evident than when one is entrenched in the day-to-day decisions of operating a business.
This article, by Dennis Kissman, was published in Marina Dock Age – March 2007. Part of a boater’s pleasure comes from using one’s boat — whether sitting on it at one’s marina or enjoying a favorite water activity. Remember, your customer’s boating enjoyment starts and ends at your marina. Whatever you can do to improve that time will be rewarded with increased business.
This article, by Dennis Kissman, was published in Marina Dock Age – April 2007. During all the years that I have been involved in the marina industry, there is one question that I have been asked more often than any other is: how does one value a marina?