Understanding the profit cycle is the first step to increasing your profitability. This brief webinar provides best practice guidance on how to implement a construction management solution that aligns with your profit cycle and improves efficiency, ultimately increasing your profitability.
The market for home remodeling is hot. In this brief webinar, we look at the economic outlook for home remodeling from sources such as Remodeling's Residential Remodeling Index and Harvard's Joint Center for Housing Studies. We also show you the latest trends homeowners are asking for in cabinetry and home storage as they plan for upgrades.
Navigating the Current Health Situation While Setting Your Business Up Long-Term
The economic impact caused by the current public health situation will affect LBM dealers for several months. It's certainly not business as usual-and that may turn out to be a good thing, because smart dealers also are finding new and better ways to run their companies. The most reactive dealers will not only survive, but they'll advance to a higher, more efficient operating state.
Hear Craig Webb, LBM industry analyst, detail the adjustments dealers are making now in the current public health situation and should embrace long-term.
We turn our attention to the role of innovation, data, and technology in matching people with their homes. This session will bring the very latest real-time consumer search and buyer behavior to light. Learn how home builders are compressing six years of innovation in moving customers from contact to contract in VR-and-AI-enabled, people friendly, friction-free processes, fit for post-COVID recovery.
#BuildersAreEssential webinar seriesâ€” The Big Resetâ€”Supply, Demand, and Animal Spirits - Episode 5
Are we there yet? Have we hit bottom? What does recovery look like?
Watch a data-driven, evidence-based look at near- and longer term trends emerging from COVID-19, and what that means to cash, expenses, and mid-term investment. The key speakers include Robert Dietz, Chief Economist, NAHB and Ali Wolf, Chief Economist, Meyers Research.
A 6-part web town-hall series from the Hanley Wood Media Coronavirus Construction Center, #BuildersAreEssential explores whatâ€™s happening as the coronavirus pandemic sends shock waves through our society â€“ on the public health front, through the very foundations of our economy, and at every level of the construction industry, which stands as one of societyâ€™s vital resource streams in good times and bad. We give voice, builder to builder, on whatâ€™s timely, how to respond, how to stay safe, and how to keep work in process moving forward in this time of great challenge.
Episode 4 of the #BuildersAreEssential webinar seriesâ€”Site Safety, Mid-COVID-19â€”is now available on-demand. As economiesâ€”local, regional, and nationalâ€”push to reopen, reset, and reboot the urgent new normal, hereâ€™s insight and resources on technology, tactics, process remapping, practices, scheduling, logistics to protect builder health and safety.
The coronavirus has taken the world by storm. As with any severe storm or natural disaster, companies should have a business continuity plan in place to ensure they can navigate their way through any associated challenges.
Hear the discussion: The best ways to keep your employees and customers safe; How to preserve revenue during a stay-at-home order; and What to look for that could indicate an economic turnaround.
Now available on demand, episode 2 of the #BuildersAreEssential webinar seriesâ€”Cash Crash-Courseâ€”turns the focus to the existential threat to business viability and the dire need to access cash â€“ both to deal with pauses, and to offset revenue misses due to disruption, as well as other disconnects in the flow of vital resources to the industry right now.
Watch the 30-minute conversation with Steve Friedman, director at CohnReznick, and John McManus, Editorial Director of Hanley Woodâ€™s Residential Group, as they help navigate the cash crunch peril builders face as a threat to survival.
This webcast explores what â€śessentialâ€ť means in the face of recent policies ordering businesses to press pause, and how construction companies and building supply chains are navigating the impact as we are squeezed between an unprecedented public-health emergency and looming economic catastrophe.
After a decade of expansion in the U.S. apartment market, can performance momentum be sustained? Hear what multi-family housing experts Greg Willett and Adam Couch have to say about 2020.
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