October 25 & 26, 2016
What do HVAC, plumbing, solar and electrical contracting businesses have in common? They're businesses -- and they require business leadership, not just technical skills.
What business are you in? Is it HVAC? Maybe it's plumbing, hydronics, electrical, solar -- maybe a combination, maybe even more.
Contracting businesses all have one thing in common: they're businesses. Unfortunately, knowing how to install, maintain, diagnose or repair a system doesn't mean you know how to run a good, profitable business.
Good business is about finding the right people, and putting them in the right places. It's about using the right technology, in the right way. It's about knowing your numbers, and knowing what they mean.
Then, of course, there's finding customers, making them happy, and handling it when they're not.
You can't just be a manager -- you need to be a coach. You need to be a leader.
The Business Technology & Operations Forum (BTO) will give you the tools you need to succeed as a contracting business leader -- whether you are an owner, general manager, operations manager, office manager, or anyone who leads or aspires to leadership at a contracting business of any kind. BTO is a unique two-day conference being held October 25 & 26, 2016, presented by ACCA and PHC News.
BTO is focused on helping contracting business owners and their managers figure out how to run an efficient, effective, profitable business.
Presented by the HVAC experts at ACCA and the plumbing experts at PHC News, with full commitment and resources from the nation's largest HVAC and indoor environment contracting association, and the nation's leading monthly trade journal for plumbing and hydronics contractors.
BTO is breaking through barriers with an innovative new program for service contracting firms of all kinds -- HVAC, plumbing, electrical. It's for anybody who wants to run a great operation and be a great leader.
Plan now to join us this fall in Cincinnati, a quick and easy trip from just about anywhere in the country. Get in, learn specific skills and how to implement them, and then get back to work and put those techniques into practice to turn your business into a profit powerhouse!