EGIA Contractor University


The Most Overlooked Profit Vacuum in Service Businesses?

Recorded: March 22, 2016

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Would you like more business? Are you tired of just breaking even, or worse each month? In every business there are overlooked areas that bear hidden revenue, opportunities that can make the difference between a profitable month and a losing one.

In this webinar, Geno Gruber, a residential HVAC operations expert who after spending 7 years traveling North America helping HVAC contractors improve their bottom line via operational excellence, will share what he has found to be the biggest vacuum of profits. He will teach you how to implement some little changes that will have a big impact on your profitability and client satisfaction.

This webinar promises to be the most valuable hour you spend this month so you won’t want to miss it.

Learning Objectives

  • What most contractors overlook that instead should be a focus
  • How to get the most bang for your buck from marketing
  • How to quickly maximize profitability
  • How to identify and prioritize resources for more profits

Presenter Bio

Geno Gruber


Geno Gruber has been successfully helping businesses grow for over 25 years. Geno made a move from managing fine dining restaurants to help a friend in his struggling HVAC business. With the same customer focus he used to succeed in fine dining, he spent 10 years growing an HVAC business from $750,000 a year to $7 million at 16% net profit. After the business sold for $5 million, Geno hit the road helping other struggling HVAC contractors achieve break away success as a business coach.

Geno has grabbed the wheel and stomped on the gas in pursuit of the never ending question “Why do people do the things they do?” His findings have helped numerous companies experience growth of tenfold. Geno believes life balance is the missing ingredient in the pursuit of happiness. If you can’t find happiness now you never will. So he does what he loves and loves what he does. This passion shows in his work and in the people he serves.

After 7 years of traveling all over North America sharing his knowledge and experiences with other contractors, he has learned as much as he has shared. He realizes that the greatest rewards come from helping others and has now decided to help the members of EGIA get the same extra edge on their competition that his other clients have.