Canada's top renovators to gather in Las Vegas for Remodelers Advantage Business Summit
From Sept. 30 to Oct. 2, just three weeks from now, some of the most successful renovators in North America, including dozens of Canadians, will gather in Las Vegas. The Remodelers Advantage Business Summit 2013 isn't an every-year opportunity. These events are only held every 3 years. As a special offer, Canadian Contractor has a way for you to save $300 off your registration.
September 10, 2013 by Steve Payne
Imagine if you could bring all the problems and challenges you are having with your renovation business to a confidential meeting of similar-sized renovators from other cities, who aren’t competitors and therefore will open up their books to you and tell you exactly how they are making money.
Imagine if these contractors were all billing at least $1-million businesses – many of them many times that – and could be your secret advisors, just as you can possibly help them?
This is what a “Renovators Roundtable” is like. We at Canadian Contractor first came across the term when we founded this magazine in 2000. Toronto renovator Mike Upshall was on the cover of our very first issue. He had built his firm, ProBuilt by Mike Upshall, into a powerhouse, using ideas that he got from American renovators (mostly) that he met at Remodelers Advantage meetings south of the border.
Now, Remodelers Advantage has many Canadian members, and some three dozen of them are gathering in Las Vegas Sept. 30 to Oct. 2 to participate in more Roundtable events and also attend business seminars.
Care to check it out? Go to the event’s website here.
To receive $300 off your registration fee, enter the coupon or promo code RA300 on the registration form.
Rob Koci and I will be reporting live from the event on this website. But having you or your staff at the event will give you a lot more info than we will be able to provide on here. You will learn ways to make more money, have more fun, and get your business organized once and for all.
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