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9 Custom Integration Business Models That Work (and Some that Don’t)
March 6, 2013, 2:00pm ET
Duration: 1 hour Presented by: Jason Knott, Editor-in-Chief, CE Pro
Are you making the same revenue you made 6 years ago? If you are like most integrators, the answer is a resounding “no.” But as the market starts to recover, there are some new business models emerging. At the same time, some integrators are using old formulas that still work, depending on your local market.
In this fast-paced 30-minute webinar, CE Pro editor Jason Knott will overview—using real examples—some of the various business models that integrators are adopting successfully.
Among the models looked at will be the:
• Audio only business model
• No TVs business model
• Commercial business model
• Recurring revenue business model
• Internet reselling-based business model
• High-labor/low equipment-margin business model
All attendees will receive a special update report from CE Pro entitled “The Rise and Rise of the Custom Electronics Channel” as a reference document. Set aside 30 minutes to digest a few different business models being used by your peers… maybe there are some ideas you can adapt for your own business.