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Ask the Pro Anthony DelMedico

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In this edition of Ask the Pro Grant Cardone interviews Anthony Delmedico, who is in the 100 billion dollar roofing restoration industry. It’s a fascinating, niche industry in construction based on reacting to storms, hurricanes, and twisters. Anthony is with Storm Ventures Group which helps contractors scale their business. Once that storm hits, how do you grow? How does a small contractor go from 1 million a year to 10 million? One must chase business, find opportunities, but also staying power requires investing back into the business. You need systems and policies to scale. Businesses grow or die. Bill Gates started in the garage but he didn’t stay there. He scaled. That means hiring people. Go big or go home!

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