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Landscape Management Network (LMN) Offering Webinar/Workshop Series for Free

Landscape Management Network (LMN) is offering both their webinar series and workshops for free. 

• Business Management Webinars from industry experts

           https://golmn.com/webinars/

March 26, 12:00-1:00p: “How to Attract and Hire Rockstar Staff” - Benji Carlson

Bringing on new team members is one of the most vital and misunderstood skills in business. We will be covering the key steps required to find, filter and hire the perfect team members, who give you the space and ability to grow your business to the next level.

May 28, 12:00-1:00p: “Pictures Worth a Thousand Words & Millions of Dollars” - Chad Diller 

Stock photos and well-intentioned DIY photos are doing your brand a BIG disservice. Your reputation is on the line and you can't afford to settle for "good enough". To land the best projects and customers or even attract the right new team members, you need to have amazing photos that look like they're right out of a magazine. Join Chad Diller, a 20+ year green industry pro who specializes in creating compelling marketing assets for some of the most successful lawn and landscape companies. He'll share examples and tips on how to use customers and team members in photos, how to make locations to look their best, how to create a winning plan for shoots, and how to find a great photographer and what that costs.

• LMN Virtual Workshop series: Fact, not myth. The average landscape business owner takes home 2% profit at the end of the day. Let us teach you how to increase that to 15-20% profits! With simple changes to business operations and management, we will show you how you can drastically increase profit. This workshop will change the way you think about your business! 

https://golmn.com/workshops/

Workshop dates: Content is the same for each day

March 24, 1:00-5:00p

March 27, 8:00-12:00p

April 1, 1:00-5:00p

April 3, 8:00-12:00a