Calling all construction pros! Here’s what to expect at the Building Better Summit construction conference
All construction pros are invited to attend our free virtual event where you’ll get industry insights and hear from experts on how to take the next step for your business
The past year was full of both unexpected challenges and opportunities. You made it through the uncertainty and now’s the time to take control of your construction business to ensure future success.
We invite all construction pros to join us for this one-day virtual event where you’ll learn how to make best practices even better and tap into the latest industry innovations. Get inspired, attend panels with some of the biggest names in construction and leave with key takeaways for making the next best move for your business. Here’s what’s in store for you at the Building Better Summit.
What will you learn about at the Building Better Summit? Better building and better business
We know your time is valuable and that’s why we split the event into two sections focusing on better building practices and better businesses practices.
In section one, get inspired by better building practices with insights on how to talk to your clients about high-performing homes, how to understand your building environment and how to improve workforce inclusion and diversity.
Then, in section two, take your business to the next level with sessions on how to build meaningful client and sub relationships, how leadership within your team can be a powerful asset and how to cultivate creativity in your employees.
Each individual session will allow you to make the most of your time. Attend only the sessions that most interest you, the ones that fit into your schedule or attend them all!
Who will you learn it from? The biggest names in the industry
We’re proud to be hosting this virtual conference with the help of six leaders in the construction industry including custom homebuilder and influential Instagrammer, Matt Risinger, of Risinger Build, industry-leading contractor and craftsmanship expert, Nick Schiffer, of NS Builders and award-winning designer, Melissa Hryszko of Veranda Estate Homes.
Be inspired by the latest building and renovation trends, find solutions for running a better business and set yourself up to be the best at what you do.
For the full speaker lineup, their bios and additional conference information, please visit the Building Better Summit website.
What about networking? You’ll interact in live Q&As and chat with other pros
Don’t miss our two panel discussions led by some of the biggest names in the industry. During these live panels moderated by Dan Houghton, co-CEO of Buildertrend and CoConstruct, you’ll have the opportunity to engage, ask questions and interact with our impressive lineup of expert speakers and leave with the competitive edge of expert advice that will better your construction business.
You’ll also have time during and in between Summit classes and live panels to network and have conversations with your peers.
Chat with fellow construction pros during speaker sessions, ask questions and join discussions during the live expert panels, make connections by joining chat rooms, engage with polls and live Tweet while attending the sessions.
OK, so when and where is the Building Better Summit again?
Register today and join us virtually on Tuesday, April 27.
This summit isn’t about us. It’s about you and your business.
Learn about how Buildertrend can be your go-to business management partner with solutions for improved financial processes, essential risk management and marketing strategies.
Business owners who are considering Buildertrend and attend the Building Better Summit will receive a 60-day money back guarantee when they sign up.
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