How to process negative feedbacks?

How to process negative feedbacks?

Written by OKFIL Window Filters CEO and Founder, Denis Dmitriev

Negative feedback is positive in effect because it gives a chance to change and develop your Company to the better. Any feedback received from the audience (and especially negative one!) can provide essential information on how to improve the quality of services or products and it is one more reason to communicate with the existing and potential customers. Read more about How to process negative feedbacks?

How to achieve good indoor air quality (IAQ)?

How to achieve good indoor air quality (IAQ)?

Recent studies of Canadian activity patterns show most of our time is spent in conditioned spaces or enclosures where the indoor air may differ from that of outside. Homes are the conditioned spaces where most time is spent, followed by offices, schools or workplaces and commercial establishments, as well as cars and buses. As such, for the majority of Canadians, the quality of air inside homes and workplaces/offices has the greatest impact on individual exposures to air pollutants. Children, elderly people, and other vulnerable populations are at a greater risk of adverse effects from poor IAQ than the average homeowner. Read more about How to achieve good indoor air quality (IAQ)?

What are the Top Impacting Factors in Window and Doors Market?

What are the Top Impacting Factors in Window and Doors Market?

Advancements by Market Players

Technological innovation by market players producing ecofriendly windows & doors is expected to propel the market growth. For instance, Tiltco, a Canada-based window & door producer, manufactures unplasticized PVC, which offers benefits during the manufacturing process such as less maintenance, lowest production energy requirements, minimal raw material requirements and least emissions. Milgard manufactures energy-efficient doors and windows designed to cater to thermal and solar requirements, thus fueling the market growth. Read more about What are the Top Impacting Factors in Window and Doors Market?

Franchising: for and against

Franchising: for and against

Written by OKFIL Window Filters CEO, Denis Dmitriev 

A person who has decided to start own business is eager to be financially independent. He or she wants to realize managing talents and successfully invest money.

Judging on my experience I would say that it is much cheaper and easier to start franchising business rather than start from nothing when you will have to create and develop your own brand. In this article I will describe my experience with the examples from OKFIL Window Filters Company. Read more about Franchising: for and against

Noise in Europe

Noise in Europe

Environmental noise pollution relates to noise caused by road, rail and airport traffic, industry, construction, as well as some other outdoor activities.
Prolonged exposure to noise can lead to serious health effects mediated by the human endocrine system and by the brain, such as sleep disturbance, cardiovascular diseases, annoyance (a feeling of discomfort affecting general well-being), cognitive impairment and mental health problems. It can also cause direct effects such as tinnitus.
The effects of exposure to noise impact EU economies. They lead to a loss of productivity of workers whose health and well-being are affected by noise, put a burden on health care systems and cause a substantial depreciation of real-estate value. Read more about Noise in Europe

The Largest Market for Windows & Doors

The Largest Market for Windows & Doors

According to the Allied Market Research’s report Asia-Pacific dominates the overall windows & doors market, and is projected to grow fastest during the forecast period. China leads the market, and is anticipated to show highest growth rate. In 2014, buildings construction accounted for 64% of the total construction in China, with the commercial sector leading the market, in terms of the total sales. Rise in investments in residential buildings was reported over the past few years, accounting for 6,441 billion CNY in 2012. In addition, the country witnessed an upsurge in urbanization rates, and is estimated to have 221 cities with more than 1 million inhabitants by 2025. In 2013, the expenditure incurred by the private sector and the government of Japan was 31.2% and 0.9%, respectively, for residential buildings, while 15.8% and 4.3%, respectively, for nonresidential buildings. Japan is to witness a relatively higher growth rate of its residential over the nonresidential sector. Increase in population, growth in urbanization, and surge in disposable income are expected to provide opportunities for development of the market. Read more about The Largest Market for Windows & Doors

How to make air conditioning safe?

How to make air conditioning safe?

Summer is coming (in Australia)! At this time of the year, people usually use air conditioning so as not to “burn out” at work and be able to “cool off” at home. There is nothing like walking into a room with proper air conditioning after being out in the hot Australian sun.

What does an air con really do with the air?

In hot season there some announcements can be seen in shops and offices:
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