Service World Expo 2018 to Include Leadership Track

Experienced industry experts will discuss common business issues.

Coppell, TX – Service World Expo will host its third conference on October 10-12, 2018 at Caesars Palace in Las Vegas, Nevada. Daily activities include networking, tradeshows, seminars, after parties, and breakout sessions focused on helping contractors in areas of greatest need.

The breakout sessions will include topics such as marketing, training, recruiting, technology, operations, finance, and leadership. These sessions help create a pathway for success to contractors looking to navigate through day-to-day challenges in their business.

One of the most common strategies when growing your business in the industry is to focus on leadership. As the head of the company, a President or Owner needs to incorporate principles that demonstrate hard work, ambition, and enthusiasm to team members. The leadership track has some of the most seasoned titans of the industry sharing their stories and preferred business methods.

Speakers include:

  • Steve Miles, “Organizing for Effectiveness”;
  • Kenny Chapman, “The Profit and Freedom System: How to Create a Successful Self-Managing Company”;
  • Frank Besednjak, “Complacency – The Performance & Productivity Killer”; and a Business Transfer Panel, where panelists share secrets on selling or transferring a business.
  • Panelists include Kevin Frump, Tom Peregrino, Kelly Schols, and Alana Ward. John and Vicki LaPlant will moderate.

These tracks were created to assist companies in improving their business practices. Register today for Service World Expo, where you can network, listen to inspiring messages from keynotes speakers, take home valuable information from breakout sessions, and experience Las Vegas.

About Service World Expo
Service World Expo is a conference and trade show for residential and light commercial contractors and provides business insights, marketing strategies, moneymaking practices, and more.

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