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Your Invitation –> NESEA Building Energy Trade Show Discount, Startup Alley, Building Energy Masters Series Meetup


Next week is the Building Energy Conference. I’m going to be there, and there’s going to be a lot of fun things happening. I’ve gone to the NESEA show ever year since I was 16, and my buddy Gilbert from Maine will be driving down. It will be fun to hang out with a bunch of industry friends and make some new ones.

If you want to connect at the show, feel free to send me a note at or come to the Building Energy Masters Series meetup.

I’m hosting a Building Energy Masters Series meetup, a few friends of mine will be manning their booths in “startup” alley (you can RSVP a time to meet with them below), and I have a trade show discount for you as a beloved HeatSpring reader.

NESEA Trade Show Floor Discount for HeatSpring Readers

  1. Here’s the discount code to get 50% off the trade show: HEATSPRINGBE14
  2. Click here, then click on register, then click on Trade Show Only Wed/Thursday at the bottom.

If you want to register for a full day session, you can do that here. If you are interested in high performance building from a design, construction, HVAC, or clean energy perspective and you’re based in New England these sessions are worth 10X their cost.

The tracks will be useful if:

  • You’re an experienced building professionals but want to get into high performance building.
  • You’re experienced in high performance building but and want to keep up to date on the newest trends and technologies.

Here are a few highlights. The BE sessions are amazing because it’s a member driven organization, so all of the tracks and sessions are based on what the members want to learn. This creates amazing quality.

Tuesday, March 4

Wednesday, March 5th and Thursday, March 6th

  • Residential Homes Track
  • In particular, Wednesday 2:oo to 3:30 p.m. – Energy Positive Homes in Devens (session by Carter Scott)
  • High Performance Mechanicals Track
  • Marc Rosenbaum is doing a session on heat pumps on Wednesday from 11 a.m. to 12:30 p.m.
  • What the Pros Wanna Know Track Terry Brennan is doing a session on ventilation in commercial buildings that will be amazing, Wednesday 11:00 a.m. to 12:30 p.m.
  • Fundamentals for Advanced Construction will be great for experienced professionals who are new to high performance building.
  • Wednesday from 4:00 to 5:00 p.m. - There’s a session on transforming your business to a high performance business.
  • Thursday 10:30 a.m. to noon – Session on high performance HVAC taught by Andy Shapiro.
  • Renewable Thermal Policy Pipeline -Wednesday, March 5th from 2:00 to 3:30 p.m. I’ll be there.

Building Energy Master Series Meetup = Beers on Us!


What is it and who is it for: The Building Energy Masters Series meetup is for all BEMS alumni to get together and chat with each other and their instructors. It’s also open to any professionals who want to learn more. You can connect with the BEMS instructors, and we’ll also have some iPads out so you can see inside the course.

Date: Wednesday

Time: 5:30 to 6:30 p.m.

Location: Demo Stage 1

All alumni are invited and people that are interested in the subject. Beverages are on me. RSVP below so I know who you are.


Just let me know you're coming so I know how many drink tickets to make.

Meet 7 Companies at Startup alley

There are a number of new companies that will be presenting their new technologies. Here’s a list of who they are, a brief explanation of what they offer, and who they’re trying to connect with. If you want to schedule a time to talk with them, RSVP in the form below.

Location – They’ll be located at booth #420

RSVP a Time to Connect with Startup Alley Companies

RSVP a time to meet with the startup companies
  • It will be easier to connect at the show with phone.

1. Faze1


2. Ground Energy Support

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  • Real time monitoring for geothermal heat pumps systems that eliminates risk for homeowners. The GES system verifies that GSHPs systems are operating efficiently and lets homeowners know the minute they are not.
  • Who should visit with them? Architects, engineers, project developers, and contractors who want to reduce risk.

3. Enmojo


  • Marketplace for homeowners to find the best deal on duct less air source heat pumps systems.
  • Who should come? Property owners who are looking to invest in air source heat pumps or contractors who are looking for leads.

4. Embue


  • A “check engine” light for your HVAC system that allows contractors to maintain and increase the value of their relationships with clients by providing real time HVAC-related updates.
  • Who should connect with them? Any HVAC contractor who wants to provide services that will make their clients love them.

5. CrowdComfort


  • CrowdComfort has a mobile application that allows people within a building to report on their comfort within that building. Facility managers can then use that data to increase the efficiency and comfort of the building for the people in it.
  • Who should connect with them? Any facility managers that are currently managing buildings and looking for a low-cost yet highly effective way to increase comfort in their buildings. Also, any engineers or other professionals who frequently work with facilities managers.  

6. 7AC

  • I believe that they have a new technology that makes existing HVAC systems more efficient, with a focus on commercial and industrial markets. 


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Interview with Jason Riback, Co-founder of Vulume

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I don’t build buildings, but a lot of my colleagues and customers do. So I spend a lot of time at building conferences, reading about buildings, and listening to the most knowledgeable people in the industry teach the skills and concepts for buildng better. When my friend Jason Riback sent me an email about the launch of his new business, I thought it was interesting to see a tool for building professionals coming from a group of techies. I was curious why they picked this opportunity and how it might represent something new and interesting for the architects, builders and contractors I work with every day. Below is the transcript of an interview I did with Jason.

First, you need context on the company and what they do:

Can you tell me a real story that illustrates the pain you saw that inspired you to build the Vulume platform?  

The inspiration for Vulume came during the design and construction of a Colorado residence. Tracking the design concepts, redesigns, all discussions, the day to day construction progress and updating all team members was cumbersome and unorganized. Emails would get lost and project site visits were difficult from far away. In addition, sourcing, proposing, and approving the right eco friendly materials and unique products proved to be extremely time consuming. With Vulume everything is centralized. Vulume provides the ability to keep everyone involved during the planning, design and construction of any small or large project with a simple, visually friendly interface. Vulume helps you design smarter while tracking the life of your projects.

Can you describe, in detail, just one most important thing that Vulume does?

Vulume keeps you connected to your work and gives you quick access to social knowledge and inspiration. It keeps you informed and up to date on real projects with in line feedback, which means discussions and decisions are not lost in emails helping you save time and money. Throughout each project you have an archive of all the work that was done and a very visual way to share it with colleagues and clients. This is great for managing ongoing relationships with clients and sharing selected projects publicly helps you get noticed amongst the growing community.

Building software requires balancing simplicity with features – can you talk about a really hard decision you had to make about whether to build a feature into the platform or leave it out? Why did you decide to include it or leave it out?

When it comes to software you never finish building. The decision to add the ‘Capture’ feature was very tough because it needed to touch so many parts of the site. When we took a hard look at the design, planning and execution process from end to end it was necessary to include a feature that really streamlines the research and discovery aspect of construction throughout a project. Today users can start the idea generation and design process quickly by capturing content from all over the web and from other projects they discover on Vulume, moving them away from tearing out magazines, pasting links into emails, and wasting valuable time on research that may have already been done and shared by other members of the community.

If you look at the building industry in five years, what evidence will you look for to prove that Vulume has had the impact you hoped for?

We want to see our users leverage more sustainable materials and smarter design. We want to reduce the time and cost for each project and improve connections between forward thinking designers, developers, clients and other building professionals. By tapping into the human desire to contribute to a common goal, we aim to radically accelerate the process of creative and sustainable development in relation to the built environment.

Here’s the official Vulume pitch

Vulume helps designers, architects, builders, and clients collaborate more efficiently. It is an online community for smarter design and keeps everyone involved in a project on one platform by connecting all project data, discussions, and people in one place.

  • Store images, documents, and discussions on all your projects
  • Share learnings and product information
  • Collaborate privately or showcase your work for the entire community to see and follow.
  • Improve team engagement
  • Save time and money

You can sign up for a free public account by clicking here

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Success Begets Success: Why Your Trip to Ball State’s GeoCon is a Great Investment in the Future of Your Business

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I’m not a fisherman, but I have plenty of stories about the one that got away.  Big, fantastic opportunities don’t come along frequently, so they tend to catch us off guard.  Ball State is the one that didn’t get away.  3,600 bore holes, $88 million spent, 8% ROI, 2,300 new jobs created, $2 million reduction in annual energy costs: this is the whopper we – the high performance building industry – caught.  It’s the single biggest success story in the history of the U.S. geothermal industry, and I believe the secrets to industry growth can be uncovered by dissecting how this project came to be.

On November 7th Ball State University is hosting it’s first Geothermal Conclave (GeoCon) – a one-day conference and trade show for anyone interested in high performance buildings.  This is a free event that includes lunch, networking, educational sessions and a tour of the largest geothermal heat pump installation in the United States.  We at HeatSpring are proud to be partnering with Ball State to make this event a success.

Click here to register or learn more about GeoCon.

Here are six reasons why you need to attend GeoCon this year:

  1. It’s the professional equivalent to visiting the Grand Canyon.  Can you really call it a life well-lived if you haven’t seen this thing with your own eyes?
  2. Ball State is recruiting other universities and academics to attend – can you imagine if a college near you decided to do the same thing?  Ball State has explicitly said this is a goal of theirs.  This is your chance to be a part of those conversations from the earliest stages.
  3. You’ll make new, potentially valuable, business contacts.  Since this is a new event it’s going to pull a diverse group of folks together who may not already know each other.  That’s an exciting and potent formula for finding new opportunities.
  4. We’re using education technology to make the event even more interesting.  We’re donating the use of our Cammpus training software to make this more of a ‘blended learning’ opportunity.  You’ll be able to start learning about the Ball State system and chatting with other attendees online before you ever set foot on campus.
  5. The focus is on big systems, not residential.  Sometimes selling residential systems feels like herding cats – I find it refreshing to talk about how to sell IKEA and Ball State on geothermal.  It’s harder, but has such a massive impact on the industry when it happens.
  6. We’ll be there discussing the future of the industry, not the past.  Almost all of the young geothermal professionals I know are anxious about their future in the industry.  They want to do work they love, but also need to make a living.  That’s going to be the focus of several breakout events, including the session on geothermal design led by IGSHPA author Ryan Carda.

Success begets success.  I’m excited for this opportunity to learn more about one of the best things that ever happened to the high performance building industry and to support Ball State’s effort to spread the word about what’s possible.  Joining me in that costs you zero dollars.  I hope to see you there.

To register or learn more about GeoCon click here

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Two Things You Should Know About the Michigan Solar Industry

The Open PV Project ranks Michigan as the 28th best state for solar PV with 7.09 MW of installed capacity.  Here are two things you might not know about the Michigan solar industry if you’re not spending a lot of time in the state:

#1 – Michigan Solar Installed capacity is going to double fast


Thousands of solar panels stacked floor-to-ceiling at McNaughton-McKay’s Ann Arbor warehouse.

Last week I saw more solar panels than I’ve ever seen in one place – surprisingly, here in Ann Arbor. In 2011 McNaughton-McKay won a solar panel contract with DTE for a series of projects totaling nearly 15MW in installed capacity. That’s a huge number, and the evidence is on display when you walk the aisles at McNaughton-McKay: thousands of panels stacked floor-to-ceiling in their Ann Arbor warehouse.

So when I say capacity is going to double fast, it’s not a hope or a dream.  DTE has committed to achieving 22 MW of installed solar PV in the state.  McNaughton-McKay is part of DTE’s team for these projects and have built a knowledgeable team to facilitate these massive installations.  Spending time in the warehouse made me feel like I was standing at the epicenter of Michigan’s solar industry.

HeatSpring is hosting a NABCEP solar installer training in Ann Arbor this Fall – click here for more details.

#2 – Community solar in Michigan is driving the residential market

Most of the DTE projects are commercial and utility scale, so what about the residential solar market?  The most promising initiative driving the adoption of residential solar in Michigan is the push toward ‘community solar’ kicked off by Cherryland Electric Coop’s Community Solar program.

Matt Roush with CBS Detroit and Dave Konkle from the Great Lakes Renewable Energy Association (GLREA) do a great job describing community solar, how it works, and the basic financial impact in this article.  The Michigan Energy Office awarded GLREA a $33,304 grant to compile a best practices report for community solar in Michigan.  This fall we’ll be creating a free course to walk through the feasibility and economics of community solar, including all the numbers for planning community solar projects.  We’ve covered successful community solar projects in Vermont in the past, and also acknowledged that community solar can be a pain.  The new information isn’t that community solar works, it’s that it’s working in Michigan.  And the state is funding exploration so more of it can happen.

62% voted ‘no’ on last year’s ballot initiative to amend the state constitution and mandate 25% renewable energy by 2025.  Exit polls made it pretty clear that voters favor the adoption of solar, but rejected the notion that the constitution needed to be amended to make it happen.  DTE is quietly plowing forward with their solar carve-out, and GLREA is spearheading grassroots efforts on the residential side.  For contractors taking a look at solar, my advice is to stay open and vigilant for opportunities.  Licensing and certification requirements are light because the Michigan solar industry is still in it’s infancy.  As some of these projects start to flow, there will be opportunities for those who know the local market.

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Vermont Has the Most Progressive Solar Permitting Process in the Nation

Until recently, Rachel Tronstein served as the Deputy Director of the SunShot Initiative at the U.S. Department of Energy. SunShot is a presidential level initiative focused on making R&D investments that will drive down the installed cost of solar so that it is cost competitive with traditional forms of electricity by the end of the decade.  Rachel currently works for First Energy Finance, working to transform the way that electricity is generated for homes and businesses throughout the world by providing products and services to accelerate the growth of renewable energy generating projects.

She recently spoke at Ann Arbor SPARK‘s Michigan Energy Forum about the DOE’s SunShot program and the best things happening in the U.S. solar industry.  She gave a special shout-out to the state of Vermont for their progressive, 1-page solar PV permitting process.

Here’s the full presentation

I think innovation requires a willingness to forget everything you know about something, and just focus completely on the simplest solution.  Rachel’s explanation of Vermont’s permitting process is so simple – I wanted to hold that up so we can all see it and bask in it’s simple glow for a few minutes.

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2013 HeatSpring Alumni Magazine: Coming This Month

If you’ve ever attended a HeatSpring event – and we have your current mailing address – you’ll get your 2013 alumni magazine later this month.  This year’s edition has a heavy emphasis on the business of renewable energy.  Marketing, sales, project management, and market development: these are the things we’re thinking most about heading into 2013.  We tried to pack this issue full of tangible business ideas that you can use right away to improve your company.

I’d like to take a moment to thank the underwriters who made this year’s magazine possible.  Everybody talks about investing in relationships, but these companies put their money where their mouth is.  We’re going to work hard in 2013 to deliver a return on their investment, and encourage you to give these companies a look when you’re choosing vendors and partners in the year ahead.  If they invest in us, they’re likely to invest in you the same way:

GeoConnections.  Simplest geothermal design software on the planet.

WaterFurnace.  World-class geothermal comfort systems.

Munro Distributing.  One-stop treasure trove for solar installers and solar customers in New England.

Geo-Systems USA.  Knowledgeable, experienced, attentive business selling geothermal and fire protection products.

360Chestnut.  Marketing gurus who know how to find customers for the building industry.

Patriot Solar GroupSolar PV trackers and mounting equipment manufactured in the USA.

API of New Hampshire.  Family-owned wholesale distributor with an emphasis on great service.

Tekmar.  Intelligently simple control systems that maximize energy efficiency.

Cammpus.  Education is going digital – this is the easiest and best way to start teaching online.  ‘How to Build an Online Course‘ is free for HeatSpring readers.

Northeast Sustainable Energy Association.  Everybody goes to the Building Energy Conference – it’s the place to learn what really works and what doesn’t.


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Free Trade Show Pass + 7 Reasons to go to the NESEA Show on March 5th

The NESEA Building Energy show is happening on March 5th through 7th at the Seaport World Trade Center in Boston.

If you’re into renewable energy, energy efficiency, or high performance buildings and you want to learn what works and what does not, you need to go.

Here are 7 reasons to go the NESEA Building Energy Conference.

1. The show is comprised of a trade show floor, and workshops. You can gain free access to the trade show (but not the workshops) by using the code “EXHIBIT13″ and registering here.

2. The workshops and tracks are the BEST workshops in the United States for high performance buildings. Below I’ll discuss some of the speakers, workshops and tracks that stand out to me, I’d argue that you could not find a better group of experts in the country.

3. Get REAL DATA. In my opinion, a lot of tradeshows are fluff and the speakers tend to pontificate frequently. At the NESEA show, speakers will be providing real data from projects that they’ve worked on. More more about the rigor of the case studies here.

3. Get Continuing education credits. All of NESEA workshops and individual tracks will get your continuing education credits.

4. Learn from true experts that are talking from real experience and that want real results. The full list of workshops is here.

Henry Gifford is a good example of this. Henry is a good example of the NESEA experts. He has a no B.S approach, he uses real numbers. Check out this video

The full list of speakers is here.

5. See a DEMO floor and learn how to properly design, install different products and technology including: Cellulose installation, air sealing, duct sealing, air source heat pumps, data loggers, solar PV mouting, blower door tests, LED lights.

See the full demo floor details here.


6. Lots of shorter tracks that are amazing as well.  Here are a few examples: “Energy Calculations for Everyone”, “Large Multi-Family Boilers. How to Understand and Manage Them”, “Blower Door Use in Multi-Family Buildings”, “Portfolio Wide Management for Affordable Housing”. Read the full program of these tracks here

7. The show is comprised of a trade show floor, and workshops. You can gain free access to the trade show (but not the workshops) by using the code “EXHIBIT13″ and registering your seat here. 

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Renewable Energy Lessons From Harvard Business School’s Study on U.S. Competitiveness

Renewable Energy Lessons from Study on Competitiveness

On November 15th, Harvard Business School hosted a discussion on ways companies and other stakeholders can boost U.S. competitiveness. It took place at The Henry Ford in Detroit, and the case discussion was about the rise, fall, and rise of the Big Three U.S. automakers. The room was packed with auto industry insiders and other local business leaders. I just listened and took a lot of notes – here are two lessons I learned that we can apply to the renewable energy and building industries. If we do nothing else, these are the things that will make our industry more competitive.:

  1. Diversify. Detroit’s fall was dramatic because it’s economy was completely reliant on the auto industry. When the auto industry sputtered, the city was decimated. This is why I love solar PV, solar thermal, geothermal, energy efficiency, wind, hydronics, natural gas, heat pumps, and all of the manufacturers, wholesalers, and dealers that make up the value chain. Arguing that a single technology is better than everything else isn’t just silly, it’s bad for the long-term health of the industry. We want to be an industry of relentless, positive action – to continually move the conversation forward – because a vibrant, resilient industry (or business) is highly diversified.
  2. Invest in the ‘Commons’. Think Silicon Valley. In the early days, auto makers gathered in Michigan to share suppliers, talent, and infrastructure. Through the seventies and eighties competition became so acrimonious, and outsourcing so prevalent, that very little sharing was possible. This helped each company execute their deliberate strategies by giving them complete control over their ecosystem – so it helped them meet their quarterly numbers with more certainty. It also killed innovation. I know there’s a lot of brand loyalty in our industry – I see it especially with HVAC and geothermal products. Of course it’s necessary to be competitive with one another, but I worry that sometimes people get entrenched in their battles and write anyone off that works with a competitor. We’ve felt that at HeatSpring at times over the years, and it always seems counter productive – keeping doors and relationships open to outsiders is good business.

What is your time horizon for making decisions about your business? If your plan is to be around for a long time, then this is a call to action. Anybody can do these things in a hundred small ways, and the sum of those actions will define where we are in 50 years.

How do you plan to diversify and invest in the ‘Commons’ in 2013?

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Geothermal and Solar Installers: Get to Know Your Municipal Utility (It’s not a Waste of Time)

“Municipal utilities are more open to trying new things than investor-owned utilities.”

This is the lesson I took away from my visit to the Wyandotte Municipal Services as part of a delegation from the Great Lakes Renewable Energy Association.  They’ve implemented one of the nation’s first geothermal utility programs (details below), taking the view that each ground loop is a mini power plant they own.  The owner pays a low monthly fee to access that power plant.  They also embrace PV, biomass, wind, and hydro as complements to their coal, tire, and gas plants.  I took this awesome picture of a solar garden next to their coal plant on the tour – check out the mountain of coal behind the PV array.

Solar Garden in Front of a Pile of Coal

Check out the big pile of coal behind the Solar Garden!

Here’s the story for contractors, installers and entrepreneurs:

Wyandotte’s renewable energy program is run by a small handful of approachable people.  Pamela Tierney and Melanie McCoy are part of a small team that evaluated and implemented these programs with help from industry and the local community.  It was obvious that they’ve been involved with every installation project, and they took a full day to show us around and talk about what they’ve learned.  They are real people from the community who you can talk to.  They listen and think about what you say.  There are 251 municipal utilities in the United states (here’s a list), and if your business operates near one, then you have a huge opportunity to educate and influence policy in your area.  Set up a meeting to meet these people, figure out what they’re thinking about and find a way to be useful.  It can be a small investment of time with a big payoff.

Here’s Melanie’s explanation for why they’ve embraced geo: “Reduction of peak demand is why we do it.  It’s not just because we’re green.  When we have to go out and buy power on August 15th at 4pm, those are the most expensive megawatts we can buy.  We take a hit on that.”  They also believe that the 56 installations they’ve done to date have big economic benefits for the town.  Drillers, contractors, manufacturers, and designers are spending more time (and money) in their community as a result of these modest, but forward thinking programs.  Think about how this story might resonate with your local municipal utility and start whispering in their ear.

Here are the specific rates and details for Wyandotte’s geothermal utility program.  I took a lot of notes on lessons learned for other cities and utilities that I plan to share in a foll0w-up article.  The data on how many customers opted to finance their loops versus buy them outright is definitely interesting and worthy of it’s own discussion.  I’m always up for talking more about this stuff, so don’t hesitate to reach out.

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HeatSpring Launches Curriculum Development Services: We Develop Content + Run Programs That Fuel Growth

We’ve been striving to be perfect for six years and failing continually – but embracing failure was a conscious choice because we think ‘who learns fastest’ is the most important metric these days.  On the heels of all that learning, we now regard two things as magic:

  1. Deep subject matter expertise.
  2. Proven marketing capability.

If you have deep subject matter expertise or proven marketing capability, HeatSpring might be a great partner.  Together we can build your ‘University’ – a learning platform to support everything else you do.

What exactly do we do?

  • Extract deep expertise from the best and brightest in your organization – bring it forward and help to organize it in a way that is most useful to the people who already love you.
  • Develop original content from outside an organization to fit a learning goal.  We’ll fill in whatever gaps your program has without the need to hire anybody.
  • Organize and deliver amazing blended training (online and face to face) that students LOVE.  The operations are in place already – we’ll do as much as you want us to.
  • Provide Detailed Reporting on learning – the tools to do that include our PROGRESS BAR, QUIZZES, and BACK-END ANALYTICS.

What experience do we have?

We’re currently working with six organizations.  These are deep, long-term relationships that we’re proud of and investing in.  We spend sleepless nights thinking about each one and how to make the programs better.  NESEA’s Building Energy Masters Series is an especially exciting collaboration that has evolved over several years.

Who does HeatSpring curriculum development and delivery works best for?

  • Organizations that are already established, have an existing network in place, and a track record for success.  Education and training multiply the value of existing resources by codifying and spreading a good thing – but that good stuff needs to exist in some form already.  No startups, please.
  • Organizations that have a track record of strong partnerships.  Some companies like to do everything themselves, but our most successful relationships are built on a high level of trust – where both sides show all of their cards – and an intent to work together for the long-haul.  Tentative or short-term partnerships aren’t a good investment for anybody.
  • Companies or organizations with a sense of purpose.  Education and training development isn’t glamorous – sorry to break it to you.  You have to really believe what you’re doing matters in order to stick with it.  There’s a level of evangelism required to consistently deliver a great training program and we think that’s a good thing.  Commodity, old-school businesses need not apply.
  • It’s now easier than ever to teach online – register for a GoToMeeting account and you’re off and running!  And the traveling trainer with a Powerpoint deck is still the norm in the building industry.  So the organization, from the highest level, has to want something better.

Why us?

  • Six years of failing, improving and succeeding.  We have a processes that we know works and we’ll do it for you, you don’t need to hire more people, you don’t need to invest time and money in doing it wrong.  It’s the same reason you’d ask a concierge to recommend a restaurant in a new city – sure, you could do it yourself, but he’s been to all of them before and it’s easier to have him do it for you.
  • That process is evolving every day.  Since we have years of experience, work with a variety of partners, and stay plugged into EdTech, we’ll make sure you don’t wake up one day and realize you’re way out of touch and have to start over.
  • We have existing library of many trainings that can get you jump started.  That library grows all the time.
  • You can contribute to that library and tap into new audiences who might be interested in what you know.

Next Steps
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  1. Call me 800 393 2044 ex 44
  2. Take a free course that will teach you how you can start creating courses
  3. Sign up for a free course to learn our model for teaching online
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