Five years down the road, Dara acknowledges, “We are definitely looking at major expansion opportunities;
continuing the succession planning so we remain viable and stable in the future; and increasing efficiencies so we can pass those on to our customers. We’re always looking for talent, and we want to make sure our team feels valued. If a company’s going to get bigger, you need to have good systems in place to manage your talent and your team.
“It’s a blessing and a challenge with a family-run business because it’s a very personal level of responsibility. I know everybody’s story, and their family, and every day you get up and feel you’re working not only for yourself and your business, but for your team, as well. We never want to lose sight of that. We have an open door policy – people can come by and speak to us. We really try to make them feel part of this family. It’s a little like home.”
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