Free Webinars Aim at Helping Builders in Tough Times
Builder Partnerships and Builder magazine are sponsoring four upcoming Webinars geared to helping builders improve their businesses, including information that will enable companies to weather the difficult conditions prevailing in today’s marketplace.
These free sessions are scheduled this month:
- “Market Research: Evaluate the Benefits.” Conducting thorough market research is costly, but it can save a lot of money and avoid headaches in the long run. Ross Robbins and Jim Weigel team up to discuss the benefits of effective market research and explore the financial implications. Feb. 6, 4:00 p.m. EDT
- “Get More From Your Current Web Site.” With Search Engine Optimization, businesses that need more from their Web site but don’t have the money to create a new one can greatly increase traffic to their site and capture more qualified leads. Brad Bonbardiere discusses the options and how they can be applied to the site. Feb. 11, 11:00 a.m. EDT
- “Financial Impacts: Decisions for a Changing Market. Jim Weigel discusses the importance of evaluating financial impacts in the short term (and the long term) as decisions are made in today’s changing market. Considerations include: Should current inventory be priced to market or should pricing be maintained to recoup costs? Is this a good time to buy land? Should businesses be planning for growth or continuing to make decisions to survive? Feb. 19, 4:00 p.m. EDT
- “Plan for Profits: Cut Direct Construction Costs.” Builders can account for increased materials costs, decrease home prices and still make money. In this Webinar, Chuck Shinn presents the Profit Equation and discusses ways in which builders can decrease their construction costs, build homes that sell at current market prices and add points to the bottom line. Feb. 27, 11:00 a.m. EDT
To visit the events page at Builder Partnerships to register for these free seminars or to access past presentations, click here.
Recordings of the sessions will be available for purchase after the presentations.
Based in Denver, Builder Partnerships is a member of the National Council of the Housing Industry (NCHI) — The Leading Suppliers of NAHB. Builder magazine, published by Hanley-Wood in Washington, D.C., is also an NCHI member.
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