Construction Finance and CFMA Show Issue
Special Section 1: Contractors’ Guide to the Bottom Line
In May, Construction Executive magazine will publish its 11th annual special issue on Construction Finance featuring a special section on managing for bottom line profitability.
In our Annual Contractors’ Guide to the Bottom Line special section, CE editors present a series of articles focusing on the latest financial management strategies, business practices and technology solutions that contractors are using successfully to estimate jobs, manage projects more efficiently, reduce risk, improve cash flow, and enhance bottom line profitability
Advertorial Opportunity: 25 Companies Making Construction More Efficient and More Profitable
By Invitation Only: Construction Executive magazine is pleased to announce the inaugural edition of “25 Companies Making Construction More Productive and More Profitable.”
This special profile section in the May 2017 issue will be seen by more than 150,000 construction business owners and top management readers, including all 21,000 member companies of Associated Builders and Contractors (ABC). Advertisers also receive Bonus Distribution at the Construction Financial Management Association (CFMA) 2017 Conference.
Limited exclusively to 25 companies, this is your best opportunity to tell thousands of the nation’s largest and most active contractors — and thousands of medium to small contractors looking to grow their firms — why they should be doing business with you.
Value-Added: Annual Construction Software and Technology Showcase
Receive a free Product Showcase placement in CE’s annual Software & Technology Showcase with any ad purchase in May’s CFMA Show Issue with Construction Finance special section. Your showcase includes headline, full color logo, product image, 50-75 word description of features and benefits, phone number, and web link. You also receive a custom ePrint “As Featured in Construction Executive” for your website and email marketing efforts upon request.
Special Section 2: National Craft Championships and ABC Workforce Week
Craft trainees and apprentices from across the country travel each year to compete for top honors in their chosen craft. For the competitors, the National Craft Championships allows them to demonstrate their superior skills, training and safe work practices. For the training sponsors, employers and ABC chapters, the NCC demonstrates a staunch commitment to the career path the construction industry offers. Don’t miss the opportunity to get your ad in front of 137,800 construction industry professionals interested in this major industry event.