From business classrooms to keynote addresses, author Larry Schneiderman offers valuable information for entrepreneurs of all ages with his personalized presentations. Schneiderman’s Furniture is a sixty-five-year old, three-generation family business that’s still opening stores—and don’t ask Larry when he’s going to retire, because they don’t have a treatment facility equipped for his kind of customer-service addiction. With humor, personal anecdotes, and hard-won business advice, Larry translates his insider experience into actionable tips that will inspire your audience to greater ambition and elevated success. Contact for more information on what he can bring to your
  • business seminar
  • classroom
  • small business program
  • rotary club
  • retail/ family business workshop
  • faith gathering
  • networking event
“We had 175 members at Larry’s speech at our 2017 Symposium and I heard nothing but good comments. Larry Schneiderman’s vast experience and keen insight as to how Schneiderman’s Furniture remains strong in the tough Mpls-St Paul furniture marketplace was interesting and fun. His strong family values and exceptional dedication to customer service really came through.” – Tom Schwaab, Board Chair for Furniture First Buying Group
“Larry Schneiderman, has been a frequent quest speaker at my business classes at Normandale College for many years. He not only shares his remarkably American and colorful story of the origins of Schneiderman Furniture, but also imparts some wonderful gems of business acumen along the way. I have no doubt his infectious and enthusiastic attitude about life and business has inspired countless students to pursue their occupational and entrepreneurial dreams.” – Lawrence Borgen, Business Professor, Normandale College, Bloomington, MN  
“Larry shared his story with grace and humility. Living well with Parkinson’s is a choice. His wit and sense of humor about the journey through Parkinson’s Disease is a gift not only for himself and his family, but also for the Parkinson’s community. A positive attitude and courage to move forward despite Parkinson’s is essential. Larry’s generosity of spirit in sharing his story is a gift.” – Angela Schlesinger, Executive Director, Parkinson’s Foundation, Minnesota Chapter