Principal, Olde World Cabinetry, Inc.
Nancy Braamse founded Olde World Cabinetry, Inc. with her husband John Braamse in 1995 with the desire to impart knowledge, professionalism, and years of experience to the field.
Her philosophy is to gain a precise understanding of client needs and desires, and to transform them into distinctive, timeless, dream full-filling environments. Nancy is a certified interior designer and a certified kitchen designer. She also is a past president of BKBG.
EVP Building Materials, Williams Distributing
Dan Smith is Executive Vice President Building Materials for Williams Distributing. He is known as a cross-functional leader who builds teams that capture customer insights and identifies new opportunities and then translates them into actionable marketing plans with strong results.
He has more than 30 years of experience in the Consumer Goods and Building Products industries with progressively more responsibility. His experience ranges from minority ownership and marketing strategy for a $30M business to guiding the $900M+ product strategy for Masco Cabinetry.
National Account Manager, AWC
Peggy Timberlake is the National Account Manager of the Dealer Distributor channel for American Woodmark’s Waypoint Cabinetry where she manages more than $30M in business across the US. She is responsible for contact negotiation, bids and pricing as well as setting and monitoring performance goals.
She also serves as the liaison between Waypoint’s partners and internal teams to create and implement strategies that ensure partner requirements are met. Peggy has been with American Woodmark for more than two decades, serving in positions that include the Home Center Channel, helping to launch the Waypoint brand, and in various sales and management positions where she has received multiple honors for outstanding performance.
Multi-Family Project Bidding and Management: Keys to Success
Multifamily residential projects can be a lucrative opportunity for kitchen and bath showrooms. However, they require a different mindset and skill set to achieve success. They have unique requirements and limitations such as tight budgets, thin margins, and extended payment periods among others.
What You’ll Learn:
- The key factors that are necessary to bid, manage and finance multifamily projects.
- How to work with manufacturers to obtain the pricing you need and the project management tools that are necessary for success.
- How to avoid common problems that eat into profitability and cause projects to fail financially.
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