Thursday, August 26, 2021 3PM EDT/12PM PDT

Who says things have to be slow in today’s economy?  Many companies are not only making it, they are growing and prospering….and your company needs to be one of them!  The key is really quite simple “Be the best at what you do!”  This session will help the contractor do just that by covering topics like:

• What to do when times are slow (evaluate the company, create systems, etc.)
• Three (3) things every customer wants from their contractor
• Eight (8) things to learn from a VERY successful contractor
• Seven (7) things you need to brainstorm with all your employees
• Understanding the basic costs of doing business
• Overcoming the fear factor of raising your rates

If you want your company to experience profitable growth in this, or any, economy don’t miss this session!
Specific Learning Objectives: Attendees will gain a new perspective on working in today’s economy.  The bottom line is simple.  Stop looking at the problems and start looking for opportunities. 
Session Outline: Attendees will take home dozens of ideas concerning how to best utilize their time, talents and resources during a slow economy.

Presented by Tom Grandy Founder and President of Grandy & Associates

Tom Grandy is an industrial engineer by training, has worked as the general manager of a service company, and was previously the Director of Company Development for Dial One franchise. Tom founded Grandy & Associates in 1987. For the past 34+ years his vision has been to "Teach contractors how to run profitable businesses." Grandy & Associates accomplishes its vision through nine (9) full-day seminar/workshops, online training, a two-day "Planning for Profit" workshop and the industry’s leading "Labor Pricing for a Profit" modeling software.  Tom also spends a huge amount of his time performing two-day, onsite, Company Overviews to model companies for maximum profitability.  He also writes articles for a number of trade journals.

Earn Up To 1.5 BPI CEUs

Free to BPI GoldStar Contractors and BPI Test Centers; $50 fee for all others


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