Bob Neiman, a professional engineer, was working as a business development executive for an industrial contractor in Raleigh, North Carolina, in 1987. The company didn’t have the resources to work all the jobs he found so they gave their blessing to start selling the excess project tips to other contractors. Once a month, Bob and his wife, Amy, would print and mail the leads to clients.
Industrial Reports is proud to still be serving some of those same clients today. Now, the company’s database contains information on more than 100,000 projects over the past 33 years.
Advice from our founder
“Industrial Reports shouldn’t replace a company’s own business development efforts but it makes them more efficient. Think about all the things you could be doing with your time.”
“If a project is too late for you to bid on, see if they are going to be doing anything else in the future. Market them now before they plan their next project.”
“Landing just one contract from our reports more than pays for the service.”
“When you have a good understanding of what opportunities are available, it enables you to focus your efforts on the best opportunities.”
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