HVAC Business Owner to Speak at Survive and Thrive Event
Kerry O’Brien to talk about company T.F. O’Brien’s 85 years of resilience
LONG ISLAND, N.Y. — Kerry O’Brien, president and co-owner of T.F. O’Brien Cooling and Heating in Long Island, will speak at the Metropolitan Air Conditioning Contractors of New York’s (MACC) “How to Survive and Thrive in the HVAC Industry” event on Thursday, September 12.
The seminar for heating, ventilation and air conditioning (HVAC) professionals will begin at 6 p.m. at Trattoria 35 in Bayside. O’Brien, a Long Island native, will discuss his experience building his company, how he got into the HVAC industry, what challenges he has faced in his 15 years as company president, and how he overcame them.
At the event, Kerry O’Brien will detail how much of the company’s ability to survive for 85 years in business is attributed to adaptability.
“My father and grandfather taught me: ‘The one constant is change,’” O’Brien said. “Since we opened our doors, we’ve evolved with the times and updated everything from the equipment and tools we use to our customer service. For us, it’s a thrill keeping up with modern challenges and advancements.”
The Survive and Thrive event will also feature Joseph DeMicco, founder and CEO of Amplify Industrial Marketing + Guidance. It is free to MACC members, or $50 for non-members. To register, visit here.
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