BMJ Stone
EZG Manufacturing
Federated Insurance
Fraco USA, Inc.
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Hydro Mobile, Inc.
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Kennison Forest Products, Inc.
Mortar Net Solutions
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Pullman Ermator
Tradesmen's Software, Inc.

Small Company Survival Skills to Reach the Next Level

Provider: Informa
Discipline: Ethics & Business Practices
Credits: 3.00

Most contractors start a business because they are adept at a field skill – whether flat work, masonry or specialty concrete services. But inevitably small and start-up companies face the same business management challenges that large companies face – they just have to handle those challenges differently than large companies do. Why? Because the smaller contractor wears many hats and is more hands-on in all aspects of the business, from the office to the field. Smaller contractors don’t necessarily have people to “delegate” to. In this session, Jeff will focus on “best practices” for owners running a smaller construction business or who are starting a new company.

1. Review the stages every company progresses through from start up to maturity
2. Recognize the Best Practices required at each stage of growth for any business
3. Assessment of your company against the Best Practices and where improvement is needed
4. Develop an action plan enabling you to grow and reach the next level in your business

For more information please visit or contact Informa at 972-536-6416.

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Chris Pappas
Telligent Masonry, LLC
MCAA member since 2011

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