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After spending 20 years in the corporate world, Andrew Siegel was unable to find an opportunity to establish himself. He had contracts with seven multi-national corporations, hoping to find his niche. But for one reason or another, the position would end, forcing him to find a new job.
Andrew decided that it was time to take his next venture into his own hands. After meticulously searching for the right business to invest in, he found The Junkluggers. Their eco-friendly and charitable practices aligned with his values – it was the perfect fit.
Due to the pandemic, people are spending more time at home than ever. And with more time indoors comes more scrutiny over clutter. But while many homeowners want to get rid of junk, they never seem to lug it out and toss it.
That is why The Junkluggers of Berks, Chester and Lancaster Counties partnered with 24K Cleaning Services. The companies share similar green values, and given that their services complement The Junkluggers, the collaboration was an obvious one.
Josh Cohen was a 21-year-old college student hanging out with a group of friends in 2004 when one of them mentioned how he'd made $100 hauling away a neighbor's refrigerator. It was a lightbulb moment for Cohen who thought, "I can do that!"
The Junkluggers was listed as number 2,825 out of 5,000 on Inc. magazine's 38th annual ranking of fastest-growing companies for the sixth consecutive year. We also received other honors, including:
Josh Cohen, founder and CEO of The Junkluggers and Remix Market, talks about growing a green junk removal business, the importance of integrated marketing, and more. Here's a sneak peek into the discussion:
Josh Cohen, founder and CEO of The Junkluggers and Remix Market, talks about six factors that will help you determine if you've chosen a quality "Big Hairy Audacious Goal" or BHAG for your organization.
You don't need to hang a carrot from a stick in order to motivate your employees. You just need a good BHAG. This goal-setting concept was introduced in “Built to Last: Successful Habits of Visionary Companies,” a book by Jim Collins and Jerry Porras. They explain a BHAG as one of the most effective ways to get everyone on your team aligned and motivated.
Josh Cohen, founder and CEO of The Junkluggers and Remix Market, talks about how a company's success is driven by its goal setting — but not all goal setting is equal.
On a monthly or quarterly basis, your team can reflect on the year's objectives and identify the key performance indicators (KPIs) required to hit them. These metrics show the progress you're making to determine if you are on or off track...
Josh Cohen, founder and CEO of The Junkluggers and Remix Market, talks about goal setting that focuses on growth. That, while not all goals may not be reached, if you're company still grows along the way, then you're always moving up.
While companies take small steps to make sure they're always moving up, it's a cautious approach — but if you want to become an industry name, it won't be enough.
Josh Cohen, founder and CEO of The Junkluggers and Remix Market, talks about how consumers invest in your company story before even buying your product.
It isn't the whole reason you went into business. It's not the money, but the impact you can have on others. It's a journey that details your passions, challenges, and victories that got you here. It's emotional and uniquely you. The same factors create a good BHAG. A BHAG must be clear, bound by time, measurable, focused, and mission-driven.
All business owners set goals in one form or another. Goals can instill accountability and responsibility in people, but not all goal-setting methods are created equally. For companies really looking to increase their growth trajectory, they need a Big Hairy Audacious Goal (BHAG).
BHAGs were formally introduced in Built to Last by Jim Collins and Jerry Porras. The book details how some of the most successful business leaders used a BHAG to light a fire under their employees and push their companies to achieve the impossible.
In a podcast interview with Josh Cohen, founder and CEO of The Junkluggers and Remix Market, he talks about what it takes to get your business started off on the right foot.
"If someone wants to franchise their business and do it right, you really should have a million dollars in the bank. Not just for getting started, but for getting to royalty self-sufficiency..."
In a podcast interview, Josh Cohen, founder and CEO of The Junkluggers and Remix Market, talks about how he started his business and how he quickly discovered that the service he was providing was in great demand – which lead to expanding into new markets and new locations.
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Josh Cohen, founder and CEO of The Junkluggers and Remix Market, talks about how he started his first "real" business. What started as a side hustle in 2004 has grown to an Inc. 5000 company serving 60 markets in 13 states.
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Josh Cohen, founder and CEO of The Junkluggers and Remix Market, graduated from UConn with a masters degree in Business Administration. Seeing a need in the junk removal market for an eco-friendly disposal solution for unwanted junk, 21-year-old Josh started The Junkluggers in 2004.
Armed with a stack of homemade flyers and his mom's SUV, Josh embarked on a quest to responsibly rid the world of junk, one happy customer at a time. Let's learn from Josh about how hard work and commitment can propel you and your business to the next level.
Monologues and conversations about business, sales, marketing, management, games, human nature, and society. Talking to old friends, new acquaintances, and lots of interesting people who are doing interesting things.
With Josh Cohen, founder and CEO of The Junkluggers and Remix Market, they are having coffee and talking junk.