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Upcoming Events

Leadership Academy | NALP

September 15-18, 2019

Looking for industry specific leadership and business management training at a world-class institution? Then the Leadership Academy is for you or for your rising stars.

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October 15-18, 2019

The largest lawn care and landscape education event in the country, produced by the National Association of Landscape Professionals (NALP), in Louisville.

Meet Our Members

Meet NALP Member Joe Lewis of EMI

Coming to the lawn and landscape industry from the Marines, Joe Lewis, account manager for Environmental Management Inc. (EMI), based in Plain City, Ohio, has found more crossovers than he ever imagined. His experience and training in the Marines gave him effective training tools to use at EMI. And that’s important, as Lewis believes effective […]

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The Latest

How to Effectively Feed the Sales Funnel

When it comes to sales and marketing, it’s not uncommon for business owners to get overwhelmed by all of the ideas that are often thrown at them. But Chris Darnell, sales and marketing expert with The Harvest Group, says there’s no doubt today’s business owners are looking for a clear path to improve profitability and […]

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News from NALP Members: PBI-Gordon, Davey, Sperber Landscape & Jeffrey Scott

Check out the latest NALP members in the news from PBI-Gordon, The Davey Tree Expert Co., Sperber Landscape Cos. and Jeffrey Scott. NALP Members in the News: NALP Supplier Member Doug Obermann of PBI-Gordon to Retire NALP member Doug Obermann, vice president – turf & ornamental and agricultural sales, PBI-Gordon, plans to retire effective Oct. […]

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How to Better Manage Overtime

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Labor is your single highest cost. Put effective systems in place to manage overtime, efficiency and quality. This is essential to ensure profitability. Start by checking out our Labor Management Tool. The key: Budget labor hours based on job estimates. How do you figure out budgeted hours? Some companies divide a desired hourly rate into the […]

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Pricing for the Green Industry

Member Price: $80.00
Nonmember Price: $120.00

Employee Compensation Report

Member Price: $99.00
Nonmember Price: $150.00

Training Manual for Maintenance Technicians

Member Price: $70.00
Nonmember Price: $105.00