HandyPro CEO uses lessons from the past to craft company's success

07/28/2013 | Detroit Free Press

Handyman franchise HandyPro has found that demand for the company's services is high among aging baby boomers, and CEO Keith Paul said he hopes to use that demand to expand the company from its 31 locations in 13 states. Paul said his success with HandyPro is due in part to lessons he learned through other, less successful jobs, including taking care of employees and setting your business apart from its competitors.

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