Omaha, Neb.– Nearly 1,000 foundation and concrete repair contractors from across North America will flock to Omaha’s CHI Health Center for Supportworks, Inc.’s third annual Redefine Conference, April 10–12, 2019.It takes something pretty extraordinary to pull 150-plus hardworking, blue-collar business owners and their teams away from the shop for three days. Then again, it takes a unique vision and business model to build a network of dealers like Supportworks’ in the first place.
Supportworks designs, manufactures and supplies best-in-class solutions for foundation and concrete repair, as well as coaching, software and resources to help its exclusive dealers grow and sustain their businesses. Contractors are drawn to Supportworks’ industry-leading products, hands-on training for every department and camaraderie with likeminded companies. Because authorized dealers from California to Connecticut each corner distinct foundation and concrete repair markets, they share best practices without competing for customers.
“It’s almost impossible to understand the power of a network like this until you see it and feel it,” said Dave Thrasher, President of Supportworks. “That’s why the Redefine Conference is so remarkable. It brings everyone together under one roof to learn, get the first look at new products, and have some fun –– and they take that renewed energy back to their markets.”
Supportworks has a lot in store for this year’s record number of attendees who are stepping away from the daily grind to get inspired about doing more for themselves, their businesses and their customers:
- Keynote addresses from renowned author Patrick Lencioni and comedian Michael Jr.
- The launch of innovative new solutions for concrete and foundation repair, including main-stage presentations and interactive demonstrations
- Coveted industry awards
- In-depth training sessions spanning marketing, sales and customer care, installation and service, and back-office functions like HR, accounting and management
- Epic social events, wellness activities and team-building
Registrants range from contractors who have been part of the network since Supportworks’ founding in 2008, to more than a dozen that have come on board in open territories within the last year.