In this month's FenderBender Interview Series video, DJ Mitchell, vice president of MITCHCO Collision Repair, discusses hiring in 2020, the rise of electric vehicles, and the goals he's focusing on for 2021.
In this month's FenderBender Interview Series video, El Paso, Texas, body shop owner Tiffany Menefee discusses the importance of community connections during the COVID-19 pandemic, and some of her novel approaches to maintaining relationships.
In this month's FenderBender Interview Series video, the magazine's editorial director, Anna Zeck, sits down with Ashley Micciche, the CEO of True North Retirement Advisors, to discuss why, exactly, now is an ideal time for most shop owners to plan for their retirement.
In a Thursday Facebook Livestream video, FenderBender answered frequently asked questions about the new round of funding for the Paycheck Protection Program and the Economic Injury Disaster Loan assistance program.
Confused about the financial assistance, loans and benefits available to you through programs like the CARES Act? No worries. FenderBender recently spoke to an accomplished legal expert to sort through questions shop owners might have.
This installment of the FenderBender video interview series includes tips for achieving work/life balance from expert Craig Goldblatt, who has served as a keynote speaker on several occasions and advised major corporations like Microsoft.
In this installment of FenderBender's video series, Derek Lighthall, the owner of Committed Collision Auto Body in New Hampshire, explains how offering an expansive benefits package has helped him attain buy-in from his staff.
In this installment of the FenderBender Interview Series, James Spears, an industry consultant who works with organizations such as the American Center of Mobility, provides insight on how body shop staffs can brace for evolving vehicle technology.
In this month's edition of the FenderBender Interview series, associate editor Kelly Beaton speaks with McConnell Trapp, the director of Speed Trapp Consulting and a "white hat hacker." In the interview, Trapp details the craziest story he's ever heard about vehicle data hacking, and how body shops can protect themselves.
In this episode of the FenderBender Interview Series, Ryan Cropper, the owner of Able Body Shop in Anchorage, Alaska, provides insight about how shop owners can know when it's an ideal time for them to expand their business.