The latest news from the Sexton Group.

Succession Planning: Setting up for future success

Succession planning is important for any business, but it is especially true for a family business. Successfully passing the baton to the next generation and setting them up for future success is the ultimate goal.

June 01, 2021

Innovative ways members are connecting with customers

Many of our members were already exploring new ways to connect with their customers before Covid-19 restrictions hit. The pandemic has sped up the need for innovation and disrupted the traditional channels of reaching customers.

March 04, 2021

Paradise Building Supplies Ltd. Poised for Growth

“Our mission is to provide our customers with the highest level of quality and services at fair and market competitive prices". Read more about how Jass Braich and his wife Raj have built their business and what it means to them to be a part of the Sexton Group

October 28, 2020

Westcoast Moulding & Millwork Ltd. Celebrates 30th Anniversary

In 1990 the B.C. business started with seven people and a wealth of industry experience. Back then, the business was called The Moulding Warehouse, and it started in a facility under 5,000 square feet.   They had a ‘can do’ attitude and a sense that they could offer a superior product and service at a reasonable price. Some of those original employees are still with them today, and they still have the ‘can-do’ along with the “what next?” attitude. Today, they have grown into a team of 52 people in a 50,000 sq ft facility.

September 22, 2020

Glenora Lumber - A Family Business Since 1960

In February, we celebrate Family Day and many of our members also run successful family-owned businesses, like Kerry Connelly and Jamie Emin at Glenora Lumber in Edmonton. Established in 1960, this third-generation family business has seen many changes over the years but continues to thrive in its market.  Kerry shares her thoughts in this interview on what makes a family-owned business unique.

September 03, 2020

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