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The EASA Business Model - Current and Future

Course length: 
Half day
Sales, Marketing & Management
Course description

Get the latest insights into the EASA Service Center business model from the findings of the 2017 EASA Industry Research project.   This comprehensive project collected information about sales, margins, service offerings, and other key areas important to EASAns.  Key issues covered include:

  • How has the EASA industry changed in the past several years? And what does the future hold?
  • Competitive forces and technological threats to the industry?
  • Is repair/rewind really declining? Or is it increasing for some? If so, how much?
  • Sales breakdowns and profit margins for specific services
  • In what service areas have members expanded?
  • Industry challenges and how members are coping
  • Changing customer expectations
  • Strategies for short and long-term success

The session provides EASA members the opportunity to benchmark their company’s performance and business practices with those of fellow EASAn’s.

Estimated duration: 4 hours

Instructor(s) available to teach the course: 
Jerry Peerbolte, J. Peerbolte & Associates
Chapter/Region fee (+expenses): 
$2500 plus $15/student for handout
Member company fee (+expenses): 
$3500 plus $15/student for handout
Nonmember fee (+expenses): 
Not available to nonmembers
Maximum number of students: 
No maximum
(Additional fees may apply if travel time exceeds 5 hours. Contact EASA for details.)
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