Dr. Ron Collier, President of Collier Consulting Group, has devoted his career to helping business owners become more successful. Whether through training, consulting, or innovative products, Dr. Collier has helped countless entrepreneurs improve their bottom line.
Dr. Collier received his Ph.D. in instructional development from Purdue University. While attending Purdue, Dr. Collier also taught courses in computer technology, business development and instructional strategies.
After 15 years as a business educator and consultant, he became training coordinator for a major manufacturer of heating and air conditioning equipment and continued in that position for over seven years. During his tenure with the company, Ron was instrumental in the development of workshops, minicourses and videotapes in the areas of business development and financial management, helping over 2000 contractors develop profitable and successful businesses.
In 1991, Dr. Collier established the Collier Consulting Group, becoming an HVAC consultant to businesses all over the United States. Today, his group of professionals provide business development instruction, accounting services, individual consulting, industry-specific software, and a catalog of business products for all sizes of HVAC, Plumbing, and Electrical businesses. The Collier Consulting Group has been instrumental in the development of innovative, award-winning products, such as Collier Mobile TechTM, Collier Desktop and Internet Flat Rate Systems, and ProfitTrackerTM.
Dr. Collier utilizes a variety of tools to teach business management, including writing articles for various trade magazines, teaching workshops, and providing consulting services. Ron has written articles for Contracting Business, HVAC Today, The Heating and Refrigeration News and HVAC Insider News. In addition, his workshops are giving HVAC, Plumbing and Electrical dealers across the country sound business strategies for continued success and profitability, covering such topics as pricing, costing, estimating; cash flow/budgeting; marketing; controlling overhead; acquiring and retaining great co-workers; replacement market strategies and business management.