Diana Vollmer

Methods for Management (MFM) Inc.

Managing Director

Diana Vollmer is managing director of Methods for Management (MFM) Inc., a consultancy specializing in drycleaning businesses. You may contact her at dvollmer@mfmi.com, 415-577-6544.

Ways to Make 2016 More Profitable (Part 1)

SAN FRANCISCO — Beginning a new year provides an opportunity for fresh...

Keeping Stock (Conclusion)

SAN FRANCISCO — Supply costs are a significant expense in a fabricare...

Keeping Stock (Part 1)

SAN FRANCISCO — Supply costs are a significant expense in a fabricare...

IDC: Sharing Global Best Practices (Conclusion)

OSAKA, Japan — The International Drycleaning Congress (IDC) drew more than...

IDC: Sharing Global Best Practices (Part 1)

OSAKA, Japan — The International Drycleaning Congress (IDC) drew more than...

Can You Afford NOT to Upgrade Your Equipment? (Conclusion)

SAN FRANCISCO — Seeing new drycleaning equipment almost always generates a...

Can You Afford NOT to Upgrade Your Equipment? (Part 1)

SAN FRANCISCO — Seeing new drycleaning equipment almost always generates a...

Getting to Know Your Distributor (Conclusion)

SAN FRANCISCO — Dry cleaners have a valuable resource close at hand that...

Getting to Know Your Distributor (Part 1)

SAN FRANCISCO — Dry cleaners have a valuable resource close at hand that...

Clean 2015: Refinements Generate Enthusiasm (Conclusion)

SAN FRANCISCO — Excitement is the word that best describes Clean 2015 just...

Clean 2015: Refinements Generate Enthusiasm (Part 1)

SAN FRANCISCO — Excitement is the word that best describes Clean 2015 just...

Take the Flexible Route to Revenue and Profit Growth (Conclusion)

SAN FRANCISCO — Are you facing the dilemma of how to most efficiently grow...

Take the Flexible Route to Revenue and Profit Growth (Part 1)

SAN FRANCISCO — Are you facing the dilemma of how to most efficiently grow...

Network or Seclusion: To Share or Not to Share (Conclusion)

SAN FRANCISCO — Many dry cleaners keep their operational details private...

Network or Seclusion: To Share or Not to Share (Part 1)

SAN FRANCISCO — Many dry cleaners keep their operational details private...

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Press pads are an essential part of the last step in processing a professionally cleaned garment. Michael Oh, owner of Air World Pads and Covers, talks about why you need them, when to replace them, and reminds you that your customer always looks for that finely pressed garment at pickup.

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