NALP’s annual Leaders Forum is the premier executive-level conference for landscape and lawn care company owners, senior executives and emerging leaders.
Your voice is needed. This two-day summit will explore big-picture topics and result in new strategies to improve the lawn care and landscaping workforce.
This event brings together landscape and horticulture students, companies and the biggest manufacturers and suppliers.
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Before Neil Bales became NALP’s 2020 Young Entrepreneur of the Year, he was following in his older brother’s footsteps at the prospect of working together. Though his brother eventually went into ministry, Bales says he knew he’d found home in the green industry. Most of all, he’s been inspired by the people—including not only clients […]
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In this era of labor shortages within the lawn and landscape industry, many companies are looking to connect with students before they make their career choices. Traditionally, that has meant working with local colleges. But LandCare has found that connecting with high schools may be even more impactful. After all, there are many students who […]
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Do you ever wonder how successful you are at reaching new landscape customers? In this competitive industry, you know that converting prospects to leads is vital to your success. But are you still focusing most of your marketing efforts on talking about how great your company is? Then you probably aren’t making nearly as many […]
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A website is one of the best and most cost-effective ways to market your lawn and landscape business. This is why updating your website to keep it relevant and fast is vital for business growth. Trends in web design change almost daily, so it’s good to keep up with them. Additionally, search engines like Google […]
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