Message from the EVP

  • 02.14.20

    Your Business is Really a Community

    Let’s think about your business… you know, the place you spend at least 2,000 plus hours a year out of the 6,736 hours available- assuming you also sleep. Much of that time is spent with “paid volunteers,” the majority of whom spend at least the same number of hours away from their home actively growing the business- something that is bigger than themselves.

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  • 01.25.20

    The Future of Event Marketing

    I recently came across some interesting event marketing trends and predictions in a regular newsletter from MDG, a PHCC marketing consultant. In the article written by Renee Goldstein (2019), Predicting the Future of Event Marketing, she outlines marketing tips and how to offer a personalized experience to attendees.

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  • 01.13.20

    We Mean Business
    PHCC—National’s Top Accomplishments in 2019
    Reinforce Commitment to the P-H-C Industry

    When it comes to giving our members the power to succeed, PHCC truly means business. In the past year, your association implemented numerous new programs and opportunities to connect our members with a powerful network of professionals, help them maintain high standards, safeguard their interests, and provide them with the best education and training in the industry.

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  • 01.10.20

    Contractor Survey Results for HARDI Conference

    For several years, PHCC and Heating, Air-conditioning & Refrigeration Distributors International (HARDI) are both members of the HVACR Alliance , which collaborates on legislative and regulatory efforts, as well as shares industry intelligence and best practices. 

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  • 12.06.19

    Leadership Succession (and Membership Growth)

    Association executives are managing a diversity of members that extend across five very different generations (the same can be said of PHCC contractors and their employees). The younger generation seeks out opportunities to learn from mentors and gain access to new skills and information. They want to have an impact on society. They want to advance and grow professionally, and as a result, they’re willing to take on internships and other professional development opportunities.

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  • 11.08.19

    A Different View of Membership Recruitment

    Membership recruitment and retention continue to be major focus areas for PHCC; however, the three-tier federation structure of our association is not growing sufficiently to replenish members who’ve left, in addition to recruiting new members. 

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  • 10.18.19

    How Amazon Has Impacted the Construction Industry

    Blake Morgan wrote in her April 2018 CMO Network article, Will Amazon Get Into The Construction Business? “Many customers who have newer homes have created a smart home hub – where Amazon’s Alexa or Google’s Go are connected to the lights, music, front door lock, thermostat, video cameras, external security system and more.” 

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  • 09.13.19

    Protecting Membership/ Customer Information

    According to a recent article in www.Securitymagazine.com, data breaches cost $654 Billion in 2018 while exposing 2.8 billion consumer data records.

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  • 08.28.19

    Changing the Workforce Narrative

    Exclusive interview with PHCC’s Michael Copp reveals interesting take on workforce development.

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  • 08.21.19

    Five Generations Equal Five Preferred Communication Styles

    Association Executives are managing a diversity of members that extent across five very different generations (The same can be said of PHCC contractors and their employees).

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