Published by Dugybear Outdoor Living on Nov. 20, 2021 at 01:58
A VIP Pass Provides Unrestricted Access to Education
Hardscape North America has introduced a variety of professional development opportunities aimed at helping contractors and dealers boost sales and profits. Several well-known industry professionals who are new to the HNA program, such as Sam Gembel, Tom Gardocki, and Corey Halstead, are among the speakers. The date for the trade fair has been chosen for October 20-22, 2021.
When compared to purchasing individual sessions, an all-inclusive VIP Pass includes eight conference sessions, six Hardscape Now sessions, two hardscape workshops, and four dealer sessions for up to a 50% savings. Dealers can also attend the Dealer Networking Breakfast. The VIP Pass is $229 for non-ICPI/BIA/NCMA/HPBA members and $189 for ICPI/BIA/NCMA/HPBA members.
Sessions of the Conference
On Wednesday, Thursday, and Friday, the eight Conference Sessions will address a variety of current industry subjects for contractors, including:
Using Finished Products to Create Effective Marketing Corey and Anna Halstead are a husband and wife team.
There are three key systems that can help you increase the efficiency of your business. Urvari, George
Instead of competing on price, compete on awesomeness. Susan Frew is a writer who lives in the United States
Designing and Developing Your Company Culture for Success and Growth Gembel, Sam
5 Ways to Boost Your Sales Persuasion Gary Ross is a well-known figure in the
Drones and time-lapse videos can help you up your selling game. Gardocki, Tom
Landscape lighting can help you sell more hardscapes. Frederick, Jim
How to Start and Run a Hardscape Maintenance Company Andrew Vear is a writer who lives in the United States
ICPI Certified Concrete Paver Installer and NCMA SRW Installer continuing education (CE) hours are available for each Conference Session. The Conference Sessions are available as a la carte tickets for $65 per session.
Six demonstrations will be led by Frank Bourque and his team of professionals, revealing best-practice secrets and building practices to assist attendees build for profit. The demonstrations will take place outside at the Hardscape House on Thursday and Friday.
One ICPI Certified Concrete Paver Installer continuing education (CE) hour is available for each session. All six sessions are included in a $65 registration upgrade.
Workshops on Hardscaping
On Thursday, October 21, two hardscape seminars will provide the chance to learn from acknowledged industry veterans:
The Hardscape Business Secrets Every Contractor Should Know Gandora, Frank
With Confidence, Estimate Hardscape Projects Donny Duke is a well-known actor.
The seminars cost $65 per session if purchased separately.
Education for Dealers
The HNA Dealer Networking Breakfast on Wednesday morning kicks off two days of dealer education with Anne Obarski, who will discuss how employing behavioral types may help you lead your team. Four workshops to assist dealers increase sales are also scheduled for Wednesday and Thursday:
For marketing content, we collaborate with contractors and manufacturers. Corey and Anna Halstead are a husband and wife team.
Assume the role of “Undercover Boss.” Obarski, Anne
Managing Freight Customer Expectations, Brian DeCelle and Kent Deeben
Sell on the basis of value rather than price. Gary Ross is a well-known figure in the
The dealer education is $65 each session a la carte, and the networking breakfast is $89 a la carte.
HNA 2021 trade expo early-bird registration is available for $20*. (fees increase after Thursday, Sept. 9). HNA membership provides admission to both the HNA and GIE+EXPO trade exhibitions, as well as access to the Hardscape House and the 20-acre Outdoor Demonstration Area. The package also includes the Wednesday keynote, access to the Hardscape House to witness the HNA Installer Championship competition and attend the HNA Hardscape Project Awards Presentation, three evenings of free performances, and free parking at the Kentucky Exposition Center.
Visit www.HardscapeNA.com for detailed education programs and to register.
*Through September 9th, non-exhibiting manufacturers, suppliers, ad agencies, and media sales can register for $350.