Looking to Start a Business? Learn How in the First YP Week Webinar Today

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NAHB's Young Professionals (YP) Week begins today, and we're kicking it off by featuring the extraordinary NAHB resources available to help members' businesses succeed. If you're looking to start a business in the home building industry but are unsure about the critical first step to take, join us this afternoon, Oct. 12 at 2 p.m. ET, for a free webinar, "Starting Your Business, What You Need to Succeed." This session will feature three young business owners in the home building industry and will offer tips and tricks to start a successful business in residential construction. Access the Zoom meeting at zoom.us/j/91031879125 (Passcode: 216726). NAHB Education also offers courses and webinars, both live and on-demand, that address business management fundamentals and best practices in home building. On Wednesday, Oct. 14, the webinar Take Charge of Your Books: Key Components of Solid Financial Management, will teach the foundations of financial management, accounting and budgeting in construction. Check out other online learning opportunities at elearning.nahb.org. If you haven't created a profile on NAHB Connect, now is the time! The new members-only forum allows for direct interaction with other members. Learn tips from seasoned pros and pick up on the latest trends and techniques. YP Week will feature content and webinars touching on different themes each day. See the schedule of events. Also be sure to check out the NAHB YP Facebook group for updates from the national group and HBA YP groups across the country by following the tag #YPWEEK. And don't forget about Careers in Construction Day tomorrow, Oct. 13. This is a day of social media action intended to show students and others considering a career in construction what it looks like to be a builder, contractor or Associate. Snap a shot of yourself on the site or in your office and post to social media with the tag #CICDAY2020. For questions about YP Week or NAHB Young Professionals, contact Topher McLarty.

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