Common-Sense, Best-Practice Business Planning

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Learn how to easily create, maintain and most importantly change the way you analyze your business. Truly know if you’re winning or losing the most important game of your life. With an open mind and a few tweaks to what you’re already doing — you can use fundamental business planning practices to determine via facts, the best solutions to every day decisions.

Learning Outcomes

  • Learn why and how to set up and maintain a business plan to dramatically increase the odds of success.
  • Learn how to use information from your business plan to determine if you can; hire a new employee, afford an advertising campaign, or simply improve your profitability.
  • Learn how to benchmark your business against other builders and remodelers just like you to see where you can improve and ultimately make more money.


Mike Benshoff
Partner, Red Door Homes, Orlando
With 20+ years of management experience in the home building industry, Mike Benshoof is a well-known advisor and noted authority in financial, operational, and sales management. Benshoof has consulted with countless builders during his career. He is also the author of the best selling builder book, Financial Management for the Non-Financial Manager and co-author of The Business Planning Guide and the SMA Sales Manual, a complete and definitive guide for new home sales representatives.

Bill Shaw
Founder, William Shaw & Associates, Inc., Houston
Bill Shaw has been a certified NAHB instructor for 10 years and primarily focuses on business and financial management courses and Design Build. Shaw has presented at the Remodelers Show and has also been a guest speaker at Remodelers Council Meetings both in Texas and at the national level. He has developed several presentations, "Margin & Mark Up," "Financial Dashboard" and "Internet Marketing."

Event Information

When: 9/24/2014 2-3 p.m. ET

Where: Washington, DC


Marcia Childs

800-368-5242 x8388


This webinar offers one hour of continuing education credit for NAHB professional designations.

Council Fee: $19.95
NAHB Member Fee: $24.95
Non-member Fee: $44.95

Brought to you by:

Business Management and Information Technology Committee


Custom Home Builders Committee

Sherwin-Williams - Title Sponsor

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