Upcoming Virtual Events
July 28, 2020
|ASK THE EXPERTS (VIRTUALLY!): The recent coronavirus crisis is changing the way the world does business. However, the landscape industry, considered essential in many states, continues to move forward. Now, more than ever, it is crucial that you make your business as efficient as possible so that you can remain competitive. While you may not be able to explore new products and innovations in person, you can learn about them at Lawn & Landscape’s Ask the Expert (Virtually!). Hear from the leading authorities about the latest products and solutions in several crucial product categories including HOLIDAY LIGHTING, HARDSCAPE/DESIGN BUILD, SPRAYER/SPREADERS and more from the comfort of your home, office or truck! Ample time is allowed for live Q&A as well. Click here for more details.|
Past Virtual Events
June 30, 2020
|LAWN & LANDSCAPE VIRTUAL TRADE SHOW: TECHNOLOGY: While social distancing is changing the way we do business, it is more important than ever to make your operation as efficient as possible. While you may not be able to explore the latest innovations and products in-person, you can learn about them during the Lawn & Landscape Virtual Trade Show: Technology. Tune in from your home, office or truck and learn from the industry’s leading cutting edge technology companies as they spell out how to use their products and services to be more efficient, especially as your employees work remotely now more than ever. You’ll have the chance to get a grasp of the product and ask questions without the pressure of a face-to-face meeting.|
November 12, 2019
Lawn & Landscape will host the Lawn & Landscape LCO virtual conference – an educational event focused on challenges facing lawn care operators. From government regulations of products, to addressing the growing pains of a lawn care company, to turf disease expectations, the LCO virtual conference will help this segment of the industry be better prepared to have a great 2020.
February 12, 2019
Implementing Technology Virtual Conference
May 21, 2018
Commercial Clients Virtual Conference
If legal, would you make getting the COVID-19 vaccine mandatory for your employees?
- Yes for some employees