TJ and Su Singh were nominated by the The Glass Guru leadership team in the Family-Owned category for a 2021 Franchise Rock Star Award. They were chosen by Franchise Business Review from among 200 nominations for their outstanding achievements as The Glass Guru franchise owners in Bellingham, WA.
The most important factor for investing in any business is your interest in the product and services and whether you think you can make it profitable for yourself or not. Investment cost are very crucial when deciding what and where to start.
“Think Big, Act Small” (by Jason Jennings) is a good read.
I am proud of the fact that my team has been able to maintain consistent growth.
I was a mechanical engineer and my wife a disaster management professional. We together jumped into the business.
My wife and I make a good team and when we were thinking of moving towards a business, it made perfect sense to dive in together.
As a husband and wife (team), it is a great opportunity to work towards a common goal together, as we can channelize our energies better. The main challenge that we encountered is that sometimes work flows to our dining table.
The biggest work-related challenge during the pandemic was to continue doing work with the responsibility of keeping our team safe. Also, getting new people has been a challenge.
The constant challenge that we face is to get a skilled workforce in our line of work.
I think what I like most about our franchise organization is that our corporate team is very approachable.
George Hamilton was nominated for a 2022 Rock Star Award by the Snap-on Tools leadership team under the Veteran-Owned category. He was chosen by Franchise Business Review from among 200+ nominations for his outstanding achievements as a Snap-on Tools franchise owner in Saint Charles, IL.