Mr. Electric is at the forefront of innovation. We strive to be sure that all of our franchisees have the best resources for management as well as the latest technology and service trends to provide to their customers.
WACO,Texas (PRWEB) September 26, 2014
For 20 years, Mr. Electric has provided business owners with the opportunity to stay at the forefront of the electrical industry through franchising.
At the heart of Mr. Electric is a culture of care. For years, the National Electrical Contractors Association (NECA) has provided education and has been the compass of business for electrical contractors.
“Our mission includes educating the entire industry, elevating the general knowledge level of all electrical contractors and to expand the depth and breadth of what customers come to expect when they think of ‘electrical contractors,” Dennis Quebe, NECA President, stated on the convention website.
The NECA convention will have the best industry resources for executive management, project managers and purchasing agents. Mr. Electric who provides top industry resources for business owners will attend. “Mr. Electric is at the forefront of innovation,” Joel Worthington, Mr. Electric President, said. “We strive to be sure that all of our franchisees have the best resources for management as well as the latest technology and service trends to provide to their customers.”
The NECA 2014 convention and trade show is in Chicago, Illinois from Sept. 27- Sept. 30, 2014. Mr. Electric will be in booth number 417 to discuss how to grow business, boost productivity, get more work and prepare for new markets while staying at the forefront of the electrical industry with franchising opportunities from Mr. Electric.
Every Mr. Electric franchisee has access to business systems based on a culture of care, vendor relationships that provide cost effective products and services, a franchise consultant, business training and access to a network of fellow franchisees. Mr. Electric has approximately 197 franchises in six countries worldwide and has been in business for 20 years.
“Franchising is an effective way for entrepreneurs to start or expand their business,” Heather McLeod, Director of Franchise Sales Marketing, said. “This is due to the systems we have in place. The Mr. Electric systems help franchisees grow their business while boosting productivity, retention and customer loyalty. This allows them to stay at the top of their industry and provide customers with an unforgettable level of service.”
Mr. Electric has attended the convention previously. NECA is a national organization serving the management interests of the entire electrical contracting industry.