Find your Next Great Idea – Check Out MSCA’s Discussion Forum

May 9, 2018

MSCA’s online Discussion Forum is the place to go to share ideas and gain insights into industry best practices. Join a conversation, or start one of your own.

MSCA’s Discussion Forum can provide you with answers to some of your current concerns and give you new ideas on a range of business and industry topics. Exclusively for MSCA/MCAA member companies, the Forum is your online tool that enables you to reach out to other companies nationwide to share ideas or seek suggestions and input.

Current discussion topics include:

  • wearable technologies
  • peer groups
  • markup or margin
  • auto renewals
  • and more!

Be sure to check out the Discussion Forum site today!

Had the opportunity to speak to 100 high school educators from NW GA connected to @georgiadeptofed and @WBLPaulding Helped reshape their view of #Construction Learning a skilled trade can set their students up for success. Excited to do more with this group in the future

"You don't hire for skills, you hire for attitude. You can always teach skills."

RIP Herb Kelleher @SouthwestAir, who was shining proof that you don't have to check your heart or your sense of humor at the office door.

#FridayFeeling

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