Over 20 years ago, I started my first business. As a successful serial entrepreneur, I would like to share some key lessons with you, so that you don’t have to make some of the same mistakes.
I have worked in many areas of energy and infrastructure, and one area that I have always found interesting is Facility Management.
Municipalities need to take better control of data in their communities.
Some provinces and states are opening up again, and the rest will open in the coming weeks, and there is much to do to prepare.
While I believe that the death of the urban regulated utility is in sight, I can also see a pathway to salvaging their value.
Every day I see articles or studies on how microgrid will take off, and while I agree that there will be numerous disparate energy systems operating across North America, I just don’t see any useful involvement by current regulated electric utilities.
I am not keeping or gaining any new utility friends, but regulated utilities are holding urban society back from achieving greater success in low-carbon economy.
In almost everything I’ve done in my life, having a unique “approach” has always been my calling card on how to be different, differentiate among competitors.
I have conveyed that becoming and sustaining a Trusted Advisor status is critical in creating customer stickiness and keeping them happy, but how do you sustain this status?
I ran a business development consulting company for 20 years. The most important key to success is being the customer’s Trusted Advisor.