Keen to attract ongoing revenue through a continuing relationship with your clients, but not sure where to start, or how to build this into your existing business?

CEDIA’s popular “Maintenance, Aftercare and Reocurring Revenue” one-day training course, on 1st May 2013, is designed to meet this very need.

“Our course helps companies to shape up, so they can start selling service contracts to their clients, and develop a vital, new revenue stream for their business,” says Matt Dodd, CEDIA’s Education Director. “It’s all about the best strategies to capitalise on future profitability.”

According to CEDIA’s 2011 Benchmarking Survey, 68% of CEDIA members were offering recurring revenue services. However, of those surveyed, only 38% were offering service contracts, with revenues totalling just 4% of their average gross turnover.

“This is the perfect opportunity for custom installers to take time out and have a fresh look at their business model,” continues Matt. “There’s also the chance to discuss queries and issues with fellow attendees and instructors who have already made that transition to selling maintenance and aftercare within their own companies.”

Workshop attendees of this course will also qualify for 7 Continuing Education Units (CEUs), required for CEDIA Certified Individuals to renew their Certified Status.

The Maintenance, Aftercare and Reocurring Revenue training course, at the Association’s St. Neots training facility, is available to members at the VAT inclusive price of £178.80 and to non-members at £238.80. All day time meals and refreshments are also provided as part of the workshop deal.

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