What Our New “Low-Touch” World Means for Contractors

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COVID-19 may eventually get a vaccine, and the world back to some semblance of normalcy. But the consensus opinion is that the new ways of "low-touch" interaction are permanent aspects of our post-pandemic life. This will fundamentally alter how contractors acquire new customers, interact with them through the sales process, and do business overall.

In this webinar, Energy Circle CEO and Founder Peter Troast discusses ways in which HVAC, home performance, and solar contractors can prepare their business and marketing strategies for this new, low-touch world and the fundamental changes in the customer communication and interaction process of which to be aware.

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