This year, Induron will celebrate its 72nd year of being a small, family-owned business. Throughout those years, Induron worked through various company focuses, but its values and culture remain constant.
What does it mean to work for a small, family-owned business? In the video below, Paul Powers explains that Induron’s values and family culture were not only evident when he met Davies and David Hood (President and CEO of Induron), but also throughout the company’s internal and external relationships.
Being a small, family-owned business not only establishes a personal company culture with a strong set of values, but it also provides Induron with a competitive advantage. Induron President Davies Hood defines Induron’s size as “nimble.” Davies said, “We can and have responded to customer requests quicker and more effectively than others who must go through multiple layers of approval prior to a response. Plus, our size enables us to launch reliable products to the market more efficiently.”
Induron’s Technical Services Director Ben Rowland summarizes Induron’s size advantage in the video below.