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July 18th Webinar: How innovative products and services can help you close the labor gap + A sneak preview of Schneider Electric at NECA 2023

This event was originally held on July 18, 2023 and is now available for on demand viewing.
Sponsor: Schneider Electric
Duration: 1 Hour

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The construction industry faces a severe labor shortage, causing significant challenges from delays to compromising quality. To compete with other industries, attract a new generation of talent and maximize the output of the current workforce, there is a strong case for the industry to consider new technologies. Not only do these solutions improve efficiencies and collaboration, but they will also appeal to a younger, tech-savvy generation who expect to be equipped with these tools.This webinar will identify the root causes of the labor gap issue, including demographic trends and policy changes, and provide specific strategies to address this industry-wide issue.In this webinar, we will discuss how Schneider Electric's solutions are helping electrical contractors to:      • Increase efficiency and productivity      • Improve safety and reduce risks      • Enhance customer satisfaction and loyalty      •  Attract and retain skilled labor
Elliott Jepson
Strategy and Innovation Manager, Secure Power
Schneider Electric
Elliott is the commercial and industrial strategy and innovation leader for Secure Power North America. He is responsible for the development and execution of the commercial strategy within channels, segments, and offers. He has worked in several capacities within the industry, including construction, engineering, sales, and operations. He resides in Florida with his wife and three daughters, where he enjoys biking, fishing, and amusement parks.
David Richards
West Business Development Manager, Home & Distribution Energy Management
Schneider Electric
David has been the western region's Home & Distribution Development Manager for the past eight years. He started his career at Schneider Electric as a Product Manager in the Surge Protection division. Prior to working at Schneider, David spent nine years in the electrical industry working at Eaton, helping to design and market Eaton’s low-voltage line of products and helping to promote Eaton’s residential products.
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