CGNA Top Controls Distributor’s Business Meeting coming up in Chicago

CGNA Top Controls Distributor’s Business Meeting coming up in Chicago

All business leaders make critical decisions, and the upcoming CGNA meeting is focused on the one issue that is a game changer for every company.  CGNA Members are on the front lines every day with residential, commercial and industrial controls across the country, and they must get this one right. 

BREA, CALIF — In less than two months, Controls Group North America (CGNA) will hold their annual “2016 CGNA Fall Members’ Meeting” in Chicago.

CGNA brings together the largest network of independent controls distributors in North America each September to evaluate the industry and their critical role in it.  It is also a business leadership event with the theme this fall, “Your Most Important Decision.” 

All business leaders make critical decisions, and the upcoming CGNA meeting is focused on the one issue that is a game changer for every company.  CGNA Members are on the front lines every day with residential, commercial and industrial controls across the country, and they must get this one right. 

Whether they are dealing with tenant comfort in apartments, or a high level building automation solution for a campus of buildings, controls distributors must run excellent companies in addition to mastering the latest technology. 

The upcoming CGNA Fall Members’ Meeting will be very intentional in providing a high level networking event for the top distributors in the controls industry to consider their “most important decision.” 

Controls Group North America (CGNA) is the leading network of distributors and manufacturers in the HVAC/R Controls industry, providing innovative controls solutions and resources for their businesses.

Through progressive technology, strategic marketing, training and education, networking opportunities, and unified buying power, CGNA impacts distributors and manufacturers’ bottom line by increasing their market share. CGNA works to challenge distributors and manufacturers with business strategies and opportunities beyond the boundaries of their current business model.

Distributors and manufacturers work together in one community-based network to accomplish what they cannot do alone, while changing the way business is done in the industry.

For more information about CGNA, visit cgnacontrols.com.

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