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What Lessons Are Lessons Learned From Building A Business Plan W/Chris Lalomia? 01/27 by Coffee Chat with Camille [Video]

BIOGRAPHY Chris Lalomia is a successful entrepreneur and change leader that has built on his experience working with the largest companies in America to start his own business from scratch. He brings his unique style of leadership to build a culture of professionalism in the blue-collar world of home renovations. He left the corporate zoo and ventured into the entrepreneurial wild and started The Trusted Toolbox: Home Repair and Projects in 2008. YES, he started a business right before the Great Recession, so timing the market is not his strength. He survived through that time and has grown his business into a multimillion-dollar handyman and remodeling company which has won numerous awards in Atlanta, GA. Chris is originally from Jackson, MI, and he does use his hand to show where he lives. He went to college and earned his Bachelor’s and Masters’s Degrees in Mechanical Engineering. His path to business ownership was similar to most people’s journey to their current position… spinning and winding… His first engineering job was at Curtiss-Wright Flight systems making airplane parts, but he soon realized he needed to add some other business skills to his resume, he joined Accenture and began working with large banks to help them merge, which led him to SunTrust(now Truist) where he transformed the commercial loan operations department… That meandering path led him to make the leap into starting his own business, The Trusted Toolbox in 2008. His company focuses on processes and training to deliver home renovations and earn customers’ trust daily. Chris resides in Johns Creek, GA and when not working on his business, he enjoys cooking, good wine, and escaping with his wife, son, and daughter to their mountain getaway with his wife. 

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Brussels eateries tackle energy crunch Action News Jax [Video]

While European Union governments are still mulling over introducing a cap on gas prices, some businesses are more in a hurry for solutions to the continent’s energy crisis