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LCIS partners up with The Harvest Group

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The strategic alliance combines two consulting firms.

| July 21, 2014

Landscape Contractors Insurance Services, Inc. (LCIS) has announced a new business partnership with The Harvest Group.

The alliance will provide LCIS customers with in-depth business training and customized consulting. LCIS specializes in insuring landscape contractors in 22 states. The Harvest Group is an international business consultancy currently doing business in 42 states and 5 countries

“This strategic partnership is a no-brainer,” said Kim Ayala, president and CEO of LCIS. “We feel there is incredible added value for our clients who will be able to draw on The Harvesters deeply imbedded knowledge in the business of landscaping.”  

LCIS customers will be able to access The Harvest Academy – an online program providing business tools, strategies and business support from the Harvesters – at a discount. Participation in teleconferences, webinars and regional seminars throughout the year will also be available with the sole objective of helping landscape contractors build better businesses and make more money.

Bill Arman, partner in The Harvest Group, said, “we are looking forward to helping all those landscapers insured by LCIS not only work safer but be better business people.” 

 

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