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How to Compete in Large Cities and Win Back Markets
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"How to Compete in Large Cities and Win Back Markets" Wednesday, May 22, 2019 Program - 8:00 AM to 4:00 PM -- Breakfast & Lunch provided Drake Oak Brook Hotel 2301 York Road Oak Brook, Illinois 60523 (630) 571-0000 PLEASE CLICK BELOW FOR A COPY OF THE REGISTRATION FORM.

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When: Wednesday, May 22, 2019
8:00 AM
Where: Drake Oak Brook Hotel
2301 York Road
Oak Brook, Illinois  60523
United States

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How to Compete in Large Cities and Win Back Markets

Registration is open to all ECA members.

 

Program Date / Time / Location

Wednesday, May 22, 2019

Program - 8:00 AM to 4:00 PM -- Breakfast & Lunch provided

Drake Oak Brook Hotel     2301 York Road     Oak Brook, Illinois  60523     (630) 571-0000

                                                                                                    

Seminar Instructor

Dr. Perry Daneshgari or Dr. Heather Moore, MCA, Inc..

 

Seminar Fee 

$100.00 per ECA member (Non-member fee:  $375.00 per person)

The risks and opportunities associated with construction are increasing each year as the work available within the marketplace shifts. Contractors are experiencing market share losses due to operational differences, labor management, market shifts, portability and crew ratios. Contrary to common perception, the main difference between the union and non-union styles of operation is not the labor cost, but rather, how the labor is managed. This program will discuss the realities of the large cities’ markets and recognize the operational models and agreements required to sustain, regain and expand the unionized contractors’ market share.

This program is based on the research report We Built this City funded by ELECTRI International.

Following this course, participants will be able to:

  • Explain the operational differences of union vs. non-union contractors
  • Compare the differences for contractors in large cities vs. other areas
  • Discuss how to build on the differences in the large cities, leading to increased profitability
PLEASE REGISTER SOON AS ONLY 30 SPOTS ARE AVAILABLE.
Initial registration will be limited to four (4) individuals per company. However, if openings remain available closer to the seminar date, additional registrants per company will be considered.


PLEASE CLICK HERE FOR A COPY OF REGISTRATION FORM.

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