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Inventory Master Class Announced for Landscape Distributors from ANLA

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The price is $250 per attendee for the Jan. 31, 2010 class.

ANLA | November 30, 2009


Effective inventory management, from purchase to sale, is perhaps the single most critical success factor for those selling into the landscape market. As a grower or distributor you need to have the right inventory at the right time, price and profit margin in order to retain and grow customers and make money. Jason Bader has researched the green industry and has developed specific strategies based on seasonality and a live goods inventory.

Jason Bader, The Distribution Team
Sunday, January 31, 2010
8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.
Price: $250 per attendee
This special one-day presentation is limited to 60 attendees.

Inventory is the lifeblood of your business. Get it right and you create customers for life. Get it wrong and you tie up your profits in dead stock. Anyone can teach you how to manage widgets in a warehouse, but only ANLA presents you with systems and strategies tailored to the unique challenges of Landscape Distribution.

Jason Bader, Managing Partner of the Distribution Team, has worked with Landscape Distributors from Chicago and Michigan to Atlanta and Florida learning about the broad range of business models and seasonality across the industry and the country. Jason knows that in our industry one size does not fit all. He will present systems and strategies that can adapt to large commodity yards, smaller specialty purveyors, complex computer systems and limited back office support.

You will leave with simple tools adaptable to Excel or your own inventory control software that you can immediately implement.

Visit http://www.managementclinic.org/index2.cfm?Page=LDMC for more information.

 

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