Ed Katz was recently featured on the Growing Your Moving Company podcast. Listen to their conversation below.
Follow Real Estate Brokers’ Marketing Techniques How many times have you heard radio ads that offer free seminars on flipping houses? They all sound something like this: “If you’ve ever [...]
(continued from last week’s post, Part 1) Here’s the takeaway: don’t give up. Your competition is facing the same obstacles of declining revenue and labor shortages. While they wait for [...]
How many more nails in their coffins can movers endure? On February 20, 2019, Mark Kirschner, CEO of Wheaton World Wide Moving, said, “The household goods industry has matured, and [...]
Ed Katz's latest book Business Success: Do As I Say Not As I Did is now available as a free PDF! Download here. You can also still purchase the print [...]
Check out Ed Katz's article on page 34 of the December 2018 issue of Independent Dealer Magazine.
For the business owner, Ed Katz provides a step-by-step process that will lead you to success in his latest book, Business Success: Do As I Say Not As I Did. [...]
If you sell office furniture and you’re not offering commercial moving services, you’re leaving money on the table. Money that someone else is picking up! You’re also inviting a competitor [...]
The purpose of this blog is to help you plan for what you’re going to do when you retire. As a graduate of the School of Hard Knocks, of course [...]
Ed Katz—really is a happy person (even without drugs and alcohol) I don’t know if I’m successful or not. However, I do know I’m very happy. I attribute my “happiness [...]
In 2009, while I was teaching my IOMI® office moving seminar to a moving company in Denver, a student brought up my invention, the Spider Crane. The device enables movers [...]
In my last blog, I talked about my vision of saving my moving company from Goliath by inflating airbags inside desk drawers and moving lateral file cabinets, fully loaded, with [...]
Four years after starting my moving company, I couldn’t believe how successful and profitable we were. With little competition, we “booked” (closed) almost every job we bid on and made [...]
I confess, I had an unusual childhood because my parents thought the sun rose and set over me. My (brilliant) parents thought I was wonderful, perfect, and could do no [...]
Ed Katz in the beginning… When looking back over my 40+ years of owning my own companies, I’m shocked at how naïve (and stupid) I was, especially in the beginning [...]