Renowned Business Consultant to Appear at Service World Expo

(COPPELL, Texas) – July 27, 2021 – Service World Expo officials have announced that the world’s largest home service contracting exhibition will be held in Louisville, Ky. From September 21-24. The Expo will feature Gino Wickman, author of Traction: how to master your business and founder of the Entrepreneurial Operating System (EOS), both for a talk and a workshop to introduce your business to the elements of EOS. Wickman will entertain audiences while providing tools to transform their businesses and their lives.

Service World Expo will feature more than 40 speakers, three networking evenings and a showroom that offers the best deals throughout the year, according to sources. The event gets more and more attractions every year, aiming to offer a path to success with cutting-edge training, networking with thought leaders and a product showcase that contains over 150 exhibitors. showcasing their new and most popular products.

The first evening will take place at Maison Peterson-Dumesnil on Tuesday, September 21st at 6.30 p.m. An “Off to the Races” costume party will take place at the Louisville Palace Theater on Wednesday September 22sd at 6.30 p.m. Finally, a party will be held at Churchill Downs for a racing event on Thursday September 23e 17 hours. Parties are included in registration for the exhibition at no additional cost.

The seminars will include highly sought after topics such as training, marketing, technology, operations, finance, remodeling, leadership and a new track dedicated to middle management.

“The immersive aspect of being at a conference, I think it speeds up your learning, it speeds up your understanding,” said Tom Peregrino of Daffan Cooling and Heating in Granbury, TX. “I’ve seen people get motivated and inspired by just one moment in a conference, they fire up, they re-engage, re-inspire themselves, and that’s what’s really cool to see. You cannot duplicate this; Zoom cannot duplicate this. You can’t achieve some of these crucial emotional organizational changes without conferences like Service World Expo. There is something magical about walking away from your business, recharging your battery, and really working on what’s going on in your organization.

The seminars will include highly sought after topics such as training, marketing, technology, operations, finance, remodeling, leadership and a new track dedicated to middle management.

For more information on Service World Expo, visit www.ServiceWorldExpo.com, email [email protected] or call 844.742.3970.

Mary H. Martino