Operations Management Software Company Hosting Virtual Summit Focused on Business Education

Operations Management Software Company Hosting Virtual Summit Focused on Business Education

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Jobber, a provider of operations management software for home service businesses, recently announced the speakers and agenda for a March 6 virtual event for home service professionals, Jobber Summit.

The fourth annual summit will feature James Clear, author of the New York Times bestselling Atomic Habits, who will discuss how habits and decision-making can create better systems and processes for continuous improvement in a business. Attendees will also hear from Kevin O'Connor, the host of PBS home renovation series This Old House, who will speak on the future of home service.

Jobber Summit is a virtual destination for tens of thousands of home service pros to connect with their community and hear expert advice for reaching new heights of success. Attendees can customize an agenda from more than 15 in-demand sessions that fit their interests and align with their stage of business. Sessions are organized into three tracks:

  • Organize: Learn the basics of how to standardize your operations, build processes and make your business run smoothly.
  • Grow: Discover how to scale your business by increasing revenue, expanding your team and attracting new customers.
  • Optimize: Master your business and maximize efficiency with the right tools, automation and streamlined operations.

Attendees can also get an exclusive look at upcoming Jobber features in the new Jobber Product Spotlight, and discover how the software ensures businesses run efficiently while delivering a professional customer experience.

After attending last year's event, Grant and Patti Blundell, owners of GP Plumbing Ltd., said, "Jobber Summit is one of the only days we take fully off to dedicate the time to ourselves and our team to work on our business and build it up to the next level."

Additionally, Sarah Nippard, co-owner and administrator of Quinte Plumbing, shared that Jobber Summit, "was just what I needed to kick myself into a better gear and state of mind going into spring."

"To run a successful business, it's important to dedicate time to focus on the big picture — to take inventory of your current approach and see where you can evolve," says Sam Pillar, CEO and co-founder of Jobber. "Our curated lineup of experts at Jobber Summit have seen and tried it all. Think of this event as an opportunity to gain a year's worth of practical knowledge in just one half day — without having to leave the truck or office."

To make the event more accessible to home service pros who have to manage full schedules, participants can attend Jobber Summit on March 6 in the morning (10 a.m. to 2 p.m. EST) or in the evening (6 to 10 p.m. EST).

To see the full Jobber Summit agenda and speakers, and to register for free, visit jobber.com/summit.


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