Sep 16, 2010-
Sep 16, 2010
11:30AM - 05:00PM
Constructing a Better Building Business
Local top construction industry experts will share
Villa Chanticleer in Healdsburg
Event Description

Construction-related business people face incredible challenges getting accurate information and advice to make daily decisions that keep your business healthy. Our current challenging economic and business environment demands you constantly keep on top of new laws, requirements and industry best practices like never before. 

To help you navigate this difficult path, we’ve assembled a team of local top industry experts to help guide you through the legal, safety, accounting, insurance and marketing aspects of being in the business of building.  You are cordially invited to join us at our semi-annual ‘Constructing a Better Building Business’ educational seminar!  This in-depth luncheon, afternoon seminar and cocktail hour will be a great way to create the toolbox of information you need to successfully thrive in the future while getting to know other local builders, architects & engineers. If you've been looking for assistance in figuring out the complexities of the business of building, this seminar is for you!  Contact Chelsea Papastathis at 707-431-3630 or to make your reservation. 

Take the time to invest in your future success!  Reserve your seat today today!

Fee: $25.00

Contact Information
Name: Chelsea Papastathis     Email:
Phone: 707-431-3630      Fax: 707-431-3635




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