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We want to be a household name in electronics repair. We now fix anything with a power buttonphones, tablets, computers, game consoles, drones, hoverboards, vacuum cleaners. Adams: How did your staff learn how to fix all those devices? Wetherill: We have a training division that buys products and does tear-downs and puts together step-by-step guides. We have a team that puts the instructions together in an easy-to-read format and we continually train associates throughout the company. Adams: What mistakes have you made? Wetherill: We have 47 corporate stores and a lot of them have great sales. But some of them didnt. So we created a metric system that tracks key performance indicators in our stores in real time. Adams: What indicator do you track most closely?
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Now hes back for the spinoff,Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them, which is slated to run for a total of five films. In an interview with /Film, Heyman discussed how the project got going, working withJ.K. Rowling, the unusual new hero, and the scary appeal of Grindelwald. Plus, a minor update on hisWilly Wonka movie. Read ourFantastic Beasts David Heyman interview below. When and how was the decision made to come back to the Harry Potter franchise and to start that up again? When Harry Potter finished, there were some mixed feelings. It was very sad, because wed become a family sort of, and we all went our separate ways. But that was exciting also, new challenges, new films, new projects. So I went off and made a couple films. I did Gravity and I made a film called Paddington.
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