Jason Schaefer
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Better Buildings Support left a comment for Jason Schaefer
"Welcome to the Better Buildings Residential Network group on Home Energy Pros.   The Better Buildings Residential Network group is an online community where Better Buildings Residential Network members collaborate. We encourage you to share…"
Mar 19, 2014
Adin Maynard replied to Jason Schaefer's discussion Selecting a Name for HPC Company in the group Marketing Energy Efficiency
"Chris, THanks for the reminder. I am in the same boat. As I articulate my services and target client base, the name concept ebbs and flows .    One thing to add...  The presentation of your brand is as important as the name.…"
Oct 11, 2012
Jason Schaefer replied to Jason Schaefer's discussion Selecting a Name for HPC Company in the group Marketing Energy Efficiency
"Chris, All very helpful suggestions and a sensible approach.  Thank you!"
Oct 9, 2012
Chris Gerstner replied to Jason Schaefer's discussion Selecting a Name for HPC Company in the group Marketing Energy Efficiency
"When writing your business plan, the executive summary actually comes last. I recommend treating your name the same way. When you have a good grasp on what products and services your company will be offering, then it will be much easier to drill…"
Oct 9, 2012
Jason Schaefer added a discussion to the group Marketing Energy Efficiency
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Selecting a Name for HPC Company

Here's one for you Home Energy Marketing Pros.. I'm with a Community Action Program that is in the process of forming a social enterprise (for-profit subsidiary).  We'll be offering home performance services to the untapped moderate and upper income residential market in the Grand Forks and Fargo, ND area.  It seems to me that by selecting a good name we can set the stage for all of our marketing endeavors; so this is an important decision.  Here are a few things that come to mind:    Comfort…See More
Oct 8, 2012
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Feb 8, 2011
Jason Schaefer commented on Tom White's blog post Energy leveraging for weatherization agencies
"Tom, I'm working on a SERC grant and looking for best practices to leverage funding. Did anyone give a presentation outlining some best practices?"
Nov 8, 2010
Jason Schaefer is now a member of Home Energy Pros
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Red River Valley Community Action
Professional Interests
EE Program Design, Energy Efficiency, Home Performance Contracting, Residential Energy Efficiency Programs, Commercial Energy Efficiency Programs, Marketing EE, Social Media, Weatherization Assistance Program, Community Action Programs, Policy, Greenhouse Gas Mitigation, Carbon Credits, Renewable Energy Credits
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http://www.401-e.com
Twitter ID
401e_HomeEnergy
Facebook Page
facebook.com/401e.Home.Energy.Plan

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