by Francis Rodino

July 9, 2020

Pham news Interview with Chris Jones

In this EXCLUSIVE interview with PHAM news editor, Chris Jones, we have a candid conversation about what’s going right now in the Plumbing, Heating & Air Movement market in the UK.

Even though the Covid-19 crisis has brought many of us challenging times, it has also given us a unique opportunity to take a step back, question how we work, look at our skills, technology and plans for business growth.

We talk about Chis and PHAM news 30 years of transition from print to digital, the challenges of growing the industry-leading magazine, and we also take step back in time to talk to Chris’s younger self.

From digital marketing do’s and do not through to (not so secret) customer attraction strategies to get cash in the bank, position you business as fist choice in your local market and ultimately, grow your Plumbing & Heating business in a more futureproof manner.

Hope you enjoy!

Francis

Clips below…watch the FULL VIDEO HERE on YOUTUBE

How Has COVID 19 Changed the Plumbing & Heating Industry?
Plumbing & Heating Businesses: In Every Crisis Lies a Unique Opportunity
Chris Jones, Editor of PHAM News: What would you do if you had a magic wand to use on the business?
How to GROW Your PLUMBING & HEATING Business – SECRET Lead Generation Strategies REVEALED!
ADAPT OR DIE Fatal mistakes of Plumbing & Heating Businesses
Chris Jones, Editor of PHAM NEWS: What Would You Say to Your Younger Self?

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About the author 

Francis Rodino

Francis has spent over two decades launching global digital marketing campaigns and delivering ROI for some of the world's best-known brands. From the BBC to Fifa, Playstation and Virgin, in 2018 Francis set out to make a bigger impact helping established Trades businesses harness marketing technology and cutting-edge digital strategies to increase sales, gain greater control and free up their time grow a business that runs itself.