Today, our own Dan Early advised me that a major site installation has been completed and the client is extremely happy.
I'm extremely happy with the performance of our team under the leadership of Tom Marchesello, Chief Operating Officer.
We did it!
Cedric Ceballos and Fred Martin joined me on stage at the famous AREDAY 2019 conference to present the Enough is Enough™ campaign to an enthusiastic audience!
Cedric and Fred (bios here) grew up in Compton, California and played on the same basketball team in high school. Cedric went on to be a star player for the LA Lakers and Phoenix Suns, while Fred began a brilliant music career, currently touring the famous Compton Kidz Club...
This past week has brought a TON of great news about our sales activities through the new CORPORATE SALES DIVISION.
To report on that, I have asked our Chief Operating Officer, Tom Marchesello, to join me on today's CEO Briefing, at 5pm Pacific. Sign up here!
He will tell us about the sales of our Modular products, which are highly standardized to support rapid sales expansion.
Tuesday we announced that we will present the Enough is Enough™ campaign at the 16th AREDAY Summit, August 15-17 in Aspen/Snowmass, Colorado.
Great conference—you might remember that I debated T. Boone Pickens on that same stage, back in 2014.
The big news is... I will be sharing the stage with... Cedric Ceballos!
"Compton district that served ‘disgusting’ drinking water will cease to exist", announced an LA Times article earlier this year.
OK, but the problems with this "brown water" are ongoing.
So, last month, my brother and co-founder Nicholas and I met with a pair of well-connected Compton citizens to find out what was going on.
As you know, our Modular Water Systems™ brand features a line of patented, prepackaged, prefabricated systems.
But you might not know what has turned into our hottest packaged product.
Drumroll... Pump Stations!
Sign up here for my weekly CEO Briefing this Thursday at 5pm Pacific
Our Chinese manufacturer just built and shipped one of the largest Electro Water Separation™ (EWS) systems ever built, for our joint venture in Malaysia.
Today, we are in an all-day meeting near Dallas, to launch our unified brand effort behind Modular Water Treatment.
On TV last week, I discussed a major problem (view clip here). Let me set the stage.
New York City's water supply system is among the finest in the world. New York barely needs to treat its water. If you've tasted the water, you know.
Happy MLK Day!
Important: the CEO Briefing scheduled for this Thursday is being rescheduled for the NEXT THURSDAY (the 31st).
The reason is actually quite cool: I will be on my way back from a meeting to sign a letter of intent to acquire a great Texas-based water company.
Today's Topic: Integration
Part of our plan to become THE disruptive company in the water industry involves experimentation. These days, new technology requires a lot of what my friend David Batstone calls "enlightened trial and error".
Join me TODAY at 5PM Pacific Time for your final CEO Briefing of the year!
These briefings are a great way to discuss our business and our latest developments, in depth.
Today, I will review where we stand, especially the latest news that our pig farm system is launching in the USA after being piloted in Spain!
This week, Dan Early's Modular Water Systems signed up another micro-brewery. This one is in Southern California.
What's amazing is that it took just three days from the first contact to the client's final acceptance of the $70,000 proposal.
Three days. And water deals usually take months!
Remember the famous "Herding Cats" Super Bowl video? That's what this year has been like for Bill Charneski!
I'm happy to tell you that he's managed to "herd cats", and that we now have a "slate of acquisitions" lined up.
We're starting to understand the full potential for Modular Water Home™.
Last week I talked about the terrible problem that rural communities have with "their own, private Flint", as the New York Times put it.
But these rural homes are themselves part of the problem!