IEC 2023 Business Summit, Premier Electrical Contracting Industry Education

January 12, 2023 

IEC 2023 Business Summit, Premier Electrical Contracting Industry Educational Event, Set for Nashville, January 29-February 1 


Two-and-a-half-day conference for leading professionals in the electrical industry will provide educational sessions, business insights, and practical advice from today's industry leaders and experts. 

Arlington, VA—The Independent Electrical Contractors (IEC) will hold its annual Business Summit in Nashville this year from January 29-February 1, 2023. This leading industry business educational event will be held at the Loews Vanderbilt Hotel in Nashville, TN. This event promises to be the perfect combination of association business and networking activities for the leading decision-makers and experts, contractors, and company owners in the electrical field, while a variety of networking and fun experiences await attendees in downtown Nashville.  

The education sessions start on Monday with the 2023 Business Summit opening keynote from Jay Bowman, FMI Corporation: “U.S. Construction Outlook.” This, and Wednesday’s closing keynote from Elliot Eisenberg, Graphs and Laughs: “The U.S. Economy in 2023, Take a Hike,” bookend the 14 concurrent education sessions at the summit, where attendees will find everything ranging from business topics to on-the-job training, topical insights to electrical contractors, and valuable information for company leaders.  

Presenters include Sam Davidson, Batch; Michael Evans, Milwaukee Tool; Katie George, Transfr; Heather Moore, MCA, Inc.; Dave Rosenberg, Locked-On Leadership; Phillip Russell, Ogletree; Julie Keyes, Keye Strategies; Michael Sauer, Scorpion; Jennifer Todd, LMS General Contractors; Stewart Van Duzer, Federated Insurance; Marcus Williams, MW Consulting; Kelly Williams, Impact Housing; Kyle Raabe, Generac Power Systems

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About Independent Electrical Contractors (IEC) 

IEC is a merit shop electrical and systems contractor’s trade association. Our core focus is to increase the professionalism of our industry. Through increased educational standards and training, we are dedicated to fostering a positive business climate for all IEC Contractor Members. We offer professional development opportunities, code and safety representation, emerging trends, and multiple conferences throughout the year. If you would like to ENERGIZE YOUR BUSINESS and help the industry grow, we encourage you to join our efforts to strengthen the electrical construction industry. 

There are over 50 independent chapters within the Independent Electrical Contractors Association. Each chapter works with local electrical and low-voltage contractors to assist in the development of their businesses by networking with contractors just like you. We also provide a four-year apprenticeship program approved by the U.S. Department of Labor with nearly 14,000 apprentices throughout the nation. Our IEC National office offers opportunities for networking across the nation with forum groups and national meetings designed to help your business grow. 


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