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She Was a Teen Mom. Now, Greta Bajrami Runs a $6.5 Million Roofing Business

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She Was a Teen Mom. Now, Greta Bajrami Runs a $6.5 Million Roofing Business

Greta Bajrami, CEO of Golden Group Roofing, shares her journey to home improvement, tips for hiring the right team, and her vision for the future of roofing. 


By Annie Cebulski April 6, 2021
Greta Bajrami

Greta Bajrami is the CEO and founder of Golden Group Roofing. She is a true entrepreneur: While working as a roofing foreman, she saw an opportunity to bring more customer service to the roofing industry and dove headfirst into creating her own company to fill that need. But even before she was a CEO, she was no stranger to learning on the fly as a first-generation Albanian immigrant and young mother.

We’ll learn her tips and tricks for managing stress and building self-confidence, hiring the right right-hand man or woman, and finding innovative ways to leverage technology in the home improvement industry.

But first, a quick request from me: If you like what you’re hearing, and want us to keep putting out new episodes, it would help us a lot if you would leave a rating and review wherever you get your audio. Even a short review helps show support for women builders, designers, and business managers who are killing it at work and beyond. 

Thanks to Greta for joining me on the podcast, and to all of you for listening. A link to more information about Golden Group Roofing is in the show notes. 

Women at WiRC is now available on iTunes, Google Play, Stitcher, and anywhere else you get your audio. If you like what you’re hearing so far, I’d love it if you took a minute to rate and review the show on whatever platform you use.

Our next episode will feature another female professional who is making some serious moves in her industry. Until then, follow us on social, and keep on WiRCing. Listen to more episodes here at our SoundCloud.

Interested in appearing in the Women at WIRC podcast? Email Annie Cebulski at acebulski@sgcmail.com.


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