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EGIA’s Cracking the Code Show: What Gets Measured Gets Done

Jan. 4, 2020
EGIA's expert faculty introduce you to key performance indicators (KPIs) you should be tracking to improve your operations and keep your contracting business profitable year-round.

Measurement gives you a clear idea about the reality of your company, which can help keep you motivated to improve and create more effective strategies. 

This week, EGIA's expert faculty introduce you to key performance indicators (KPIs) you should be tracking to improve your operations and keep your contracting business profitable year-round.

Plus, Weldon Long introduces the EGIA Foundation Scholarship aimed at solving an ongoing employee shortage in the trades and increasing the influx of young talent into the workforce. Learn more at EGIAfoundation.org/Scholarship.

All that and more on this week's Cracking the Code, available free for all until 1/10. Watch now at EGIA.org/CBS-Show.

About the Author

Weldon Long | New York Times Best Selling Author & Creator of the HVAC Sales Academy

Weldon Long is a successful entrepreneur, sales expert, EGIA Contractor University faculty member, and author of the New York Times bestseller, The Power of Consistency:Prosperity Mindset Training for Sales and Business Professionals (Wiley). In 2009, his HVAC company was selected by Inc. Magazine as one of America’s fastest growing privately held companies.

About the Author

Gary Elekes | President

Gary Elekes is the president of EPC Training, co-founder of iMarket Solutions, an HVAC and plumbing contractor, and a recognized expert in lead generation and contracting with more than 30 years of experience in the trades. He is also a founding faculty member of EGIA Contractor University, which provides contractors with the training, tools and resources to build the business and life of their dreams.
For additional information, visit egia.org/university.