StoneTalk Episode 4 – Russ Berry

by | Jul 16, 2014 | StoneTalk

In our 4th episode, Patrick chats with Russ Berry, President of ASST, a commercial fabricator and manufacturer based in Pennsylvania that creates beautiful, sculptural surfaces for its customers. Russ has a Masters of Fine Arts in Sculpture and a reputation for hiring great people.

If you’d rather read than listen, check out the transcript.

Listen to this episode to learn:

  • How selling services can lead to selling products
  • The role of craftsmanship in artistry
  • How different customer types have different expectations for product lifespan
  • Why commercial jobs require even more efficiency than residential
  • How designers lead the market in material selection

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