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New BDR Website: Streamlined, with Enhanced Content

Oct. 1, 2020
Greater amount of content will further empower business owners to increase revenue, offer a top customer experience and create long-term business strategies.

SEATTLE, Wash. — Oct. 1, 2020 — Business Development Resources (BDR), the training authority for home services professionals, has launched a new website that provides contractors with improved access and deeper training and educational resources, like podcasts, articles by BDR experts, and class file downloads. The new site enhances BDR’s online presence and supports their mission of helping contractors succeed by empowering them to increase revenue, offer a top customer experience and create long-term business strategies. 

“Making life easier for contractors has always been a top priority for us,” said Bruce Wiseman, BDR’s owner and president. “We want to connect them efficiently and directly with all the resources we have available so they can take full advantage of our industry-leading training and insights. Our new website is a major step that will allow us to offer more training opportunities and give our customers easier and faster access to our material.” 

The new site, designed and built by BxB Media, offers improved navigation, enhanced video and audio options and streamlined access to BDR’s industry-leading training and event information. An interactive learning management system that will directly connect users with BDR’s extensive library of online training courses and material will be available later in 2020. 

Wiseman said the content enhancement was engineered in part as a response to the reduced travel caused by the COVID-19 pandemic.

“There’s been critical demand for online training in recent months, and it’s not going to decrease even when we’re on the other side of the coronavirus situation,” Wiseman said. “Contractors have learned that virtual training offers flexibility and efficiency. It won’t be a permanent replacement for in-person training events, but it’s an avenue for professional learning that’s growing, and we want to stay at the forefront in our industry by offering the best tools.” 

For additional information about BDR and its online training, visit THIS LINK.