The National Home Service Contract Association (NHSCA) announced today that it will convene its second annual symposium on June 6th – 8th with the theme of “getting your business back on track”.
After three years of COVID, the industry has encountered labor shortages, supply change disruption and evolving consumer demand. This year’s symposium will be held at Grand America Hotel in Salt Lake City, Utah.
Featured speakers will include executives from NHSCA member companies as well as industry experts in building, real estate, technology and of the broader home services industry.
Following up on last year’s inaugural conference, the association has seen a growing demand for its event. Members and attendees appreciated the single-track conference and the ability to interact with company CEO’s and other key players in the industry. If you work in the home services industry this is an important conference to attend. To register for the event please visit homewarrantyconference.com.
Some of the topics for this year will focus on real estate trends, labor issues, new mandated HVAC regulations and other topics important to stakeholders in the industry.
At this conference the NHSCA will convene the leading providers, suppliers, technology firms and affiliates in the home services industry. The goal is to create synergies between these organizations to serve the needs and demands of homeowners to maintain safe and healthy homes.
Homes have become increasingly reliant upon technology and systems that homeowners can no longer maintain or support on their own. “Timely and efficient expert services to keep homes operating efficiently are in demand,” noted NHSCA President Andy Hand, SVP of First American Home Warranty. “Smart systems, monitored equipment, along with WIFI enabled systems and appliances require additional expertise. The needs of these home system and appliances exceed the ability of the average homeowner to service or repair them. Our industry must meet that need and even exceed it by employing the latest technologies to diagnose and repair these critical systems. Hand’s comments reflected the major theme of the conference to partner with technology firms to focus on trends, connected homes and the overall customer “home experience.”
There will be a welcome reception on Tuesday June 6th and the main conference on June 7th and 8th. The association is providing an early bird registration of just $695 which will be available until May 1, 2023. After that registration will be $895. Special rates are available at the Grand American Hotel. Additionally, there is space in the vendor expo for those servicing the industry and a limited number of sponsorship opportunities still remain.
The association welcomes all attendees and looks forward to the gathering in Salt Lake City.
About the NHSCA
The National Home Service Contract Association (NHSCA) is a non-profit 501(c) (6) industry trade organization of member companies serving home service contract providers and consumer interests throughout the United States. For more great industry and consumer information, visit https://homeservicecontract.org.