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Listed below are our current workshops. These workshops can be adjusted to fit your time allotment. We can also create customized workshops based on topics of your choice. Contact us for more information.
This training workshop will help business owners learn the value of their business today and what tools and best practices can be implemented immediately to help increase its value, making the business more profitable and attractive to potential buyers – either now or in the future. Owners will be required to bring operations and financial information with them and be able to use this information to build an accurate picture of the current state of their business.
GIVE & TAKE is an exciting small-group forum for the exchange of ideas, expertise and best practices. Go behind the scenes of a successful landscape business to gain insight about their operations, sales, fleet, staff & culture and business management software. You will be able to ask questions and provide feedback. You will walk away with ideas, information and specific steps to implement in your business.
Grant is a landscaper, not a techie, yet he has embraced the technology available to landscape contractors because he’s seen the difference it makes. You will be introduced to programs and apps that are specific to owners, production staff, training, customer care, accounting, human resources, fleet management, GPS tracking, internal and external communication, weather tracking and project planning. He’ll share how he’s implemented technology, as well as the pros and cons of technology.
Grant has spent over 20 years in the snow business and has helped develop a system for winter operations. Using organizational tools, he’ll show you how to keep the following tasks on track: equipment purchasing and maintenance, health and safety training, standard operating procedures, recruiting and training, route management, site engineering and preparation, customer engagement and contract renewals, and budgeting and strategic planning. With proper planning, your winter season can be your best and most profitable season.