Topic: Featured Posts

Giving Back: INCLUDE’s Miles Kuperus Volunteers Renewal & Remembrance

This year marks the 25th anniversary of the Renewal & Remembrance event, hosted annually by the National Association of Landscape Professionals (NALP). Having grown up in the Green Industry, this is an event that our Systems Architect Miles Kuperus has been involved with since his childhood. 

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Summertime Lawn and Landscaping Challenges to Prepare your Clients for Now

Each season brings its own set of lawn and landscaping needs—and challenges—and summer is no different. While we often think of summer as a time of relaxation—perhaps a chance to spend time at the pool or beach—for the lawn or landscape, summer can be a time of multiple threats. 

From scorching...

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In-Person Industry Events are Back—and We’re Ready for It!

The COVID-19 pandemic has created so many challenges for business owners over the past year. But for the Green Industry, business never really slowed down! If anything, many lawn and landscape business owners told us that they were busier than usual this past year. 

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An Eye on Organic Lead Generation

With more organic lead traffic coming your way, how you track and move those leads forward is important 

There’s been more attention on organic leads than ever before—and that’s not surprising. With the internet at our fingertips, most people turn to search engines to start seeking out products...

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Putting Safety First

Is your company operating as safely as it should be? While landscaping can be inherently risky by the sheer nature of the type of work that we do, many of these risks can be reduced or even eliminated when safety is taken seriously. As landscape professionals gear up for another season, now is...

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Creating a Culture of Accountability How metrics and analytics can help

Last month, we talked about the way in which reporting can help landscape business owners to keep a finger on the pulse of business. We spoke to Meredith Jedlicka, training coordinator for Ed Castro Landscape in Atlanta, Georgia, and she shared how reporting helps to create goals for the...

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