Posts Tagged ‘2021’

Resolve to Take Your Marketing to the Next Level in 2022

Jan 19th, 2022

A new year is upon us, and many have big goals for 2022. A great marketing plan can help you reach these goals, but what are the essential things to consider when creating a plan? This article provides a guide for taking your marketing to new heights this year. 1. Audit 2021 Marketing Efforts—The first […]

Greatest Hits: 2021’s Top Stories

Dec 29th, 2021

2022 is only three days away, prompting reflection on a year in its final lap. WindowFilmMag.com’s greatest hits from 2021 reverberate with variety. Legislative developments, female empowerment, company transactions and philanthropy comprise the industry’s hottest topics. Top Five Stories of 2021 1. New Window Tint Legislation for this Year’s Session—Published on 1/27/21 This year’s most-read […]

2022 Goals

Dec 29th, 2021

The New Year is nearly here and so are new opportunities. Last week, film shop owners shared their 2022 goals. From training apprentices, leaning on others, emphasizing new business segments and building brands, the resolutions were varied. Today, I’ll share three things I aim to accomplish in the next 12 months. 1. Amplify Industry Voices […]

U.S. Port Delays: Outcome of Holidays Will Determine if Supply Chain Crisis Extends Into 2023, Experts Say

Dec 29th, 2021

With the U.S. past the peak of consumer demand and the winter holidays nearly over, experts say the next couple of months will be critical to determine whether the supply chain crisis brought on by the pandemic will extend into 2023. Aaron Terrazas, director of economic research at Convoy Inc., a digital freight networking company, […]

New Year, New Me: Film Shops Rev Up 2022 Resolutions

Dec 22nd, 2021

The New Year dawns in 10 days, delivering a fresh calendar full of potential. With 2021 winding down, industry members are reminiscing on past accomplishments and reciting resolutions for the future. 23-year veteran Nipsy Mitch Goldman, owner of Tegridy Tint in Marrero, La., is focused on family for 2022. “I’ve been bringing my son to […]

Unfazed: Film Shops Thrive Through the Slow Season

Dec 15th, 2021

The film industry finds itself in the thick of slow season, a period packed with cooler temperatures, varying demand and overall financial uncertainty. Which strategies and services are shops leaning on this fall? WINDOW FILM magazine caught up with owners in Georgia, Tennessee, Maryland, New Mexico and Colorado for a countrywide check-in. “We have to […]

Generating Unity in Georgia

Oct 27th, 2021

The last 19 months have been exhausting. 2020 and 2021 have been packed with pressure threatening to burst at any moment. From quarantines to business closures to political division to waves of social unrest, it’s been a ride to say the least. But even in the darkest times, there’s light. Togetherness was on display during […]