Without one critical element, your business is at risk of stagnation or failure.
It's not enough to simply keep up with the latest trends and technology - you need to get down to the core of what really drives the sustainability of your business.
I host CFO Phillip Brenckle of West Shore Home, who reveals the raw truth about the lifeblood your business needs to thrive, and why ignoring it could mean the failure of your enterprise.
West Shore Home is a powerhouse in the home remodeling world. During his tenure they’ve grown revenue by 1,000%+ with the majority of that coming organically.
He started his career in IT and Business Systems before transitioning to a 15 year career in Corporate & Institutional Banking with PNC Financial Services Group and Huntington Bancshares.
He received his undergraduate degree from Duquesne University and his MBA from University of Pittsburgh.
West Shore Home started as a local window & door replacement company in a small Pennsylvania suburb and has grown into a technology-enabled home improvement powerhouse with over 2,500 employees across 13+ states. With continued national expansion plans, they’ve committed to staying true to their roots with a customer-first mindset and an employee-centric culture.
This includes over 20,000 5-star reviews on Google, Facebook, etc and were recently recognized as a “Top Workplace USA’.
Phillip's LinkedIn profile
West Shore Home's website
WHAT YOU'LL DISCOVER IN THIS EPISODE:
- No free rides: The compelling case for earned leadership.
- How one thing solved 95% of his business woes.
- Lessons from the financial frontline: What banking taught him about leadership.
- An M&A tip that can mean success or failure.
- Surviving the business rollercoaster: Why executives must plan for every cycle.
- The journey to becoming America’s most admired home remodeling company.
- The incredible story of his first week as CFO (which happened to be the day the Pandemic shut things down).
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