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Category Archives: Books – Business
Eddy Kay’s first book in our Good News About Retailing series, Thriving in the Shadow of Giants: How to Find Success as an Independent Retailer, has been adopted as a classroom text at Northwood University starting this semester. Donna Wagner, … Continue reading
“Conflict in the workplace can be a healthy and positive thing for your company,” Forbes contributor David Roth writes in a recent column. “It means you have a variety of personality types, each with their own way of approaching problems… … Continue reading
We knew when we published Eddy Kay’s Thriving in the Shadow of Giants: How to Find Success as an Independent Retailer back in 2000 that his message for independent business owners was one with long legs. Twelve years later, Kay’s … Continue reading
As we approach our 10th anniversary, we’ve been talking a good deal about the early days at The Armarium Press. One of the questions we’ve been asked most over the years (other than “so, what is an armarium?”) is how … Continue reading
Nothing like a quick road trip to Vegas! Sales trainer Eddy Kay was scheduled to teach a seminar at the 2002 AQUA Retail Conference and Expo earlier this month. The annual event for pool and spa retailers seemed the ideal … Continue reading