As CFMs, we're all used to providing financial information to third-party users. However, are these numbers looked at differently for a subcontractor? Are they essentially different in and of themelves? To answer these and other questions, the Specialty Trade Subcommittee gathered some experts in the field of third-party users.
Killer Subcontract Clauses: A Conference Session Recap
Following Chairman Samantha Hutchison’s inspiring speech on Monday, June 4 at CFMA’s 2017 Annual Conference, specialty trade contractors faced the reality of contract clauses with presenters Dennis Tsonis of Lovitt & Touche and Julianne Wheeler of Jennings, Haug & Cunningham LLP.
Expert Panel Shares Best Practices for Running a Profitable & Efficient Service Department
Many specialty trade contractors have service operations that augment their construction business. For some firms, this segment of their business represents not only a way to provide services to their existing customers in the form of ongoing maintenance and operations, but also a significant way to expand their revenue base.
If you are interested in helping your fellow specialty trade CFMA members, the Specialty Trade Subcommittee is interested in your thoughts and participation. Your commitment is a one-hour phone call once every other month. ContactMike Verbanic for more details.
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