Dave Yoho founded a company at age 28, which eventually operated with 22 branches in 13 states and in the early ‘70s had a volume of $60 million. His ideas and counseling have brought success to thousands. Dave Yoho’s experience representing Fortune 500 companies as well as entrepreneurs gives him a rich history of profit improvements, turn-arounds and in-depth problem solving. He is the President of the oldest, largest and most successful consulting company representing small businesses. He has appeared in over 100 training videos. He is the author of the best-selling book: Have a Great Year Every Year (Oakhill Press). His company developed the sales methods which are used by the most successful people in the home improvement industry.
Brian Smith joined Dave Yoho Associates as part of a “turn-around team” after almost 20 years experience in sales management with some of the largest and most successful home improvement retailers in the US. He now practices as a Senior Account Executive working on a broad range of consulting assignments throughout the home improvement/remodeling industry. He has developed programs for large and mid-size home improvement companies covering almost all products which are sold directly to home owners.
Joe Talmon started his in-home sales career selling Rainbow vacuum cleaners at the age of 17. He joined Dave Yoho Associates after 20+ years in management at a substantial window retail operation which averaged annual sales of $10 million to $12 million in the high-end window and siding category. He has developed sales and marketing programs for both large and mid sized home improvement companies and brings a rarely-seen passion for success in the home improvement business.
Rick McIntire started selling newspaper subscriptions door to door at the age of 11 and has been in sales, sales management and or executive management his entire professional career. Before joining Dave Yoho he spent 12 years with one of the largest home improvement companies in the US. He launched numerous retail operations in both medium and large markets, he managed a region of 7 cities and owned interest in a $8-10 million medium size market of his own. He is a dynamic, high energy speaker and trainer who has a lasting impact on everyone he works with.
D.S. Berenson serves as general and special counsel to contractors, remodeling industry manufacturers, trade associations, as well as banks and consumer lenders. His experience includes the Office of Chief Counsel of the Internal Revenue Service and the Securities and Exchange Commission. A frequent lecturer and author, Mr. Berenson was one of nine attorneys honored in the 2005 Forbes Magazine: “Special Tribute to America’s Best Lawyers”. He is the author of Pratt’s State Law and Regulation of Closed-End Credit, a six-volume treatise of installment sale practices.