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On the last episode of season 7 of the Business Brush, Nick May talks to Nicks Slavik and Logrosso of Nick Slavik Painting and Restoration Co. and SNL Painting Inc. respectively about what they’re already doing to boost their businesses through the winter doldrums.
This week on the Business Brush, Steph Young joins Nick. Young is a painter based in Bedford, New Hampshire and the founder of Pro Image Painting. Like it says in the well-produced intro video on its website, Pro Image is “a women owned and operated company” that Young started in 2007 after some shady experiences working for another paint contractor.
On this week’s Business Brush, Nick welcomes Pittsburgh’s Daniel Thomas, owner of Solid Painters. This week, Nick learns about the life of a union painter, and the up and downs of what that kind of work entails for the people doing the actual painting. Check out Solid Painters online at
This week on the Business Brush, Wendy Weller, owner of House of Paint and Design in St. Louis. Weller is not a designer, but she runs her business that blossomed out of a Facebook group called Handyman STL. She needed something to do in addition to being a stay-at-home mom and to round out her family’s income when her late husband wasn’t getting work as a union carpenter. So she found herself doing all kinds of contract work until she found herself painting more and more. Now she painter who offers some design help wrapped up in her services.
This week on the Business Brush, Nick invites Peter Magnolia to share all about his experience as a painting franchise owner. Magnolia grew up in a business family, working in his parents’ resteraunt as a kid and eventually transitioning as an adult into painting. When his own business wasn’t working
This week on The Business Brush, Nick sits down with cabinet painter Corrie Leister of Inspired By U, a company that specializes in custom painting for furniture and cabinets. She’s also one of the admins for the Facebook groups Painting Kitchen Cabinets for Profit and one of the women behind Cabinet Painting University, an online course that teaches painters how to get started painting cabinets.
This episode is about the joy of painting cabinets, running Facebook groups and freeing yourself from imposter syndrome to reach your full potential.
This week, The Business Brush is coming from inside the house. Nick sits down with iMay Media‘s digital marketing director Tyler LaChapelle.
LaChapelle shares what he’s learned as an expert in digital paint contractor marketing and his top tips for how to market a painting business and what to do and what to never do when setting up a website.
The Business Brush returns live this week with a new session from the field. Nick hosts a Facebook Live chat with Nick Slavik and Jason Paris. They sit outside your host’s hotel and talk about how to hire, how to make spreadsheets work for you while you eat your cereal and how they’ll expand on these topic more intensely at Crank November 7-9.
On this week’s Business Brush, Nick comes to you live, recorded over the summer and brought to you now, from New Prague, Minnesota on a jobsite with Nick Slavik. Nick gets a live look at Slavik’s operation, and the Nicks answer questions together about how they each think a painting business is best run.