Handyman Connection Adds New Franchise Trainer To Operations Team
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Jake Halbert joins the leading home repair company to manage training and development for local offices
July 8th, 2021 // Franchising.com // BLUE ASH, OHIO – Handyman Connection, a home repair company with more than 25 years of experience, announced today that respected business coach and mentor Jake Halbert has joined the operations team as national coach and chief executive officer. In his new role, Halbert oversees the first year induction of franchisees and leads development training programs for franchisees and their teams.
“Jake has an impressive track record of training and mentoring franchisees to succeed, and we know he will be invaluable to the Handyman Connection offices,” said Jeff Wall, CEO of Handyman Connection. “Part of our mission as a leader in the home improvement franchise industry is ongoing commitment to our training and franchise launch program. Jake’s expertise is an ideal match for the first class support we offer our local owners and their teams. “
Halbert has been training franchise owners and sales consultants since the beginning of his career over 15 years ago. His previous roles included leading new store development and regional and field sales for several well-known retail brands. He also has experience as a project manager in commercial and residential construction.
“I’m very excited to join Handyman Connection and look forward to working with our offices to help them start their new businesses, strengthen their teams, and continue to achieve their growth goals,” said Halbert.
Named the # 1 Handyman company by Qualified Remodeler, Handyman Connection operates more than 60 locations in 25 states and Canada. For more than 25 years, the brand has provided homeowners across North America with a comprehensive resource for professional craftsmanship and exemplary customer service. Handyman Connection offers a variety of services ranging from traditional home repairs to painting, remodeling, and more.
SOURCE Handyman Connection
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