A Technology Conference Like No Other

November 14, 2019

Are you tired of conferences that end up being a series of advertisements for products, software or services? The MCAA Technology Conference is different. It focuses on sessions that are by contractors, for contractors. It also showcases innovation and shares ideas from industry experts to help you make your company more agile, productive and future-ready. So, join hundreds of contractors in San Diego this January 29-31 for a conference that’s a cut above the rest. Space is running out, so register now!

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Did your student chapter have any graduates in 2020? Has your student chapter welcomed new members? Perhaps your student chapter has a new president or faculty advisor. Please email MCAA’s Director of Career Development, Megan Walsh, with your Student Chapter transitions.

As part of MCAA’s efforts to connect our contractor and manufacturer/supplier members, we have added a new Manufacturer/Supplier Training area on http://MCAA.org. Visit to connect with the latest training opportunities from our supplier partners.

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Don't miss Sponsor Spotlight #9 on Friday, January 22 at 2 p.m. ET with Tim Brink, MCAA CEO and Jeff Drees, Executive Vice President of Sales, Marketing & Aftermarket for Daikin Group. Register today at http://ow.ly/xl0v50CIcWr

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