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80% of building companies will fail in the next 5 years…
80% of the remaining companies will fail in the following 5 years.
That means that 96% of the building companies that are operating today will not be around in 10 years time.
According to Dunn & Bradstreet, the reason is simple…
It’s not because of a lack of hard work, builders are without question some of the hardest working people on the planet.
It’s all because of a lack of skills and knowledge.
Not carpentry skills or building knowledge.
But business knowledge.
What If You Could:
Here’s What's Included:
You'll have the opportunity to work through the course at your own speed and ask questions from inside the portal.
You'll also have lifetime access to the course so that you can refer back for years to come!
Don’t miss out!
Click on the button below to produce accurate monthly reports starting today!
Construction Marketing, Finance & Business Specialist coaching residential home builders in 5 countries and helping them to generate high quality leads and avoid competing on price.
In fact, we are so confident that this coaching course will pay for itself within 30 days that we’ll make you a 100% no quibble money back promise.
If for any reason you do not believe this coaching course is worth 10 times the amount you've paid, we will refund your entire investment.
For less than the price of a pair of work boots you can enjoy risk free access to the most comprehensive training on job pricing that is available for residential home builders.
..And if you’re not 100% happy, then we’ll not only give you a 100% refund, you can also keep the Work In Progress Calculator and continue to use it with our blessing.
"After learning how to calculate our Work In Progress it has become the most important component to include in our monthly figures."
— Toby Searle, Highwater Homes, Australia
"If you are truly interested in analysing your numbers and growing your building company in an intentional way, the WIPAA is essential."
— John Newland, Joma Constructions, USA