Camping World CEO Marcus Lemonis Takes His Company Public

Posted on October 13, 2016Categories Featured News   Leave a comment on Camping World CEO Marcus Lemonis Takes His Company Public

Camping World Holdings, a recreational vehicle dealership, made headlines when its CEO, Marcus Lemonis, took the company public last week. The initial public offering raised a staggering $251 million. Lemonis, who owns 38 million shares of the company, intends to maintain his majority control, but offered about 11.4 million shares at $23 to the public. Camping World is the biggest RV retailer in the company, cornering a market of the almost 11 million children and adults who attend camps every … Continue reading “Camping World CEO Marcus Lemonis Takes His Company Public”

The Construction Industry Has Ventured Into Digital Territory

Posted on October 12, 2016October 12, 2016Categories Featured News   Leave a comment on The Construction Industry Has Ventured Into Digital Territory

The global construction equipment industry is valued at approximately $145.5 billion, and it’s come time for them to enter the digital world. In an industry where practices haven’t experienced any major change in decades, comprehensive online modeling, surveyor drones, and virtual-reality have finally made their way into the picture. Beyond making processes faster, these digital trends allow for safer, more precise modeling and construction. The push for more digital tools in construction is being led by big builders and new … Continue reading “The Construction Industry Has Ventured Into Digital Territory”

Why Is Debt So Difficult for Young Canadians Today?

Posted on October 11, 2016October 11, 2016Categories Featured NewsTags   Leave a comment on Why Is Debt So Difficult for Young Canadians Today?

The latest reports from credit agency Equifax Canada have revealed a disturbing new tren. Not only are Millennials racking up ever-higher amounts of debt, they’re having an increasingly harder time making payments. Call it juvenile delinquency. Compared to this time last year, delinquencies among Canadians aged 18 to 25 rose by 11.7%, and nearly one in five describe themselves as being in “debt hardship.” Delinquency rates also spiked among the 26- to 35-year-old age group as well, by 9.7%. In … Continue reading “Why Is Debt So Difficult for Young Canadians Today?”

Solar Power Trackers Boost Energy and Lower Costs for Commercial Businesses

Posted on October 10, 2016Categories Featured   Leave a comment on Solar Power Trackers Boost Energy and Lower Costs for Commercial Businesses

Although the use of solar power is gaining traction throughout many industries, it’s still mostly uncharted territory for commercial businesses. The problem with most solar power panels is that they’re better suited for ground usage — which can be an issue for office buildings and high-rises. Up until now, solar power “trackers” have been used mainly for farmland. These trackers are able to move solar panels throughout the day and ensure they face the sun, thus rendering them much more … Continue reading “Solar Power Trackers Boost Energy and Lower Costs for Commercial Businesses”