Lawn & Landscape announces plans for 2021 Technology Conference

Lawn & Landscape announces plans for 2021 Technology Conference

This year’s event to include both virtual and face-to-face options.

January 13, 2021

VALLEY VIEW, Ohio – Lawn & Landscape has confirmed this year’s dates for the Lawn & Landscape Technology Conference, which will take place August 31-September 2, 2021, at the Omni Orlando Resort at ChampionsGate in Orlando, Florida.

This year’s three-day event will offer both virtual and face-to-face options, as well as expanded education for pest control operators powered by sister publication Pest Control Technology (PCT). Additionally, attendees will experience organized networking as well as access to an exhibit hall featuring industry-leading technologies, solutions and innovations for green industry and pest management professionals.

The Lawn & Landscape Technology Conference will bring together landscapers, lawn care operators and pest management professionals to learn from technology experts as well as fellow professionals who have successfully integrated software and technology into their companies to operate more efficiently.

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In addition to the educational program, attendees have access to the trade show portion of the event, where they can discover some of the best software and technology serving the professional landscaping, lawn care and pest management professional markets.

“We are excited to bring the industry back together in 2021 and to offer the opportunity for green industry and pest management professionals to reconnect and discover new ideas, tools and processes that will give their companies the competitive edge,” says Brian Horn, editor of Lawn & Landscape.

“Recognizing lawn care operators and pest control professionals can benefit from the same technologies to advance their businesses, we are excited to engage the pest control industry and offer both a high-level education track as well as the latest technology that will allow PMPs to continue to grow their business,” says Jodi Dorsch editor of PCT.

The show is Aug. 31-Sept. 2.

The Lawn & Landscape Technology Conference educational program has been developed by the editorial team behind Lawn & Landscape and PCT magazines, and experts in those industries.

“This year’s conference offers a one-of-a-kind networking opportunity between two service industries that not only survived, but in many cases excelled, during the recent world-wide pandemic,” states Dave Szy, publisher Lawn & Landscape. “The exchange between professionals in both industries will be just as valuable as the education programming.” 

Booth space and sponsorship opportunities for the event will soon be available.

Initial details are now available at More information including speakers, sessions, registration pricing and other conference events will be announced in the coming months.