CEDMag.com - December 2010 Articles
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CEDMag.com - December 2010 Articles

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DECEMBER 2010
  • Speak Up – They're All Listening
    Editor's Note
    Strong and silent don't really go together anymore – real strength is in saying what needs to be said, and preventing problems rather than mending them.
  • What Happens After The Shellacking?
    Policy
    Divided They Stand: Republicans Seize Control of House, Dems Hold Senate
    An AED analysis of November's election outcomes, and the individual opportunity that lies before every AED member
  • Forecast for Central Florida's Construction Market: Gloomy Now, Sunny Later
    Regional Pulse
    As AED prepares to descend on Orlando for the 2011 Summit, CED examines the state of the local construction market - currently suffering through an overcast pall as bad as the region has ever seen. But the distant future looks brighter for the contractors and equipment dealers who can find a way to survive.
  • Websites Work Overtime for Dealers
    Marketing
    Far from a "one and done," your website should be viewed as one of your branch locations – well managed and ready to serve customers.
  • Why Aren't We All Doing This?
    On The Numbers
    CFOs agree: There are three actions every dealer should be taking right now – four, if you include participation in AED's biannual CFO conference.
  • The Changing Face of Our Market
    Aftermarket
    Somehow we lost product support business - because it went to our own customers. Let's get our pricing act together and make the most of this new reality.
  • The Dangers of a Lame Duck
    View from the Hill
    This would be a terrible time for the current majority to push through pro-labor and other job-killing legislation.