Virtual Seminar: The Sellers’ Stories
The Seller’s Stories
By: Alison Hoffman
December 21, 2022
1:30-3:30 PM Eastern
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The Sellers’ Stories
December 21, 2022
1:30-3:30 PM Eastern – 12:30-2:30 PM Central
11:30-1:30 PM Mountain – 10:30-12:30 PM Pacific
We are delighted to present the first in a series of interviews with landscape business owners who have completed their exit plans. We appreciate the generosity of these guests as they share their experiences with their peers.
(Please note that the sellers’ interviews will be pre-recorded videos presented after the introduction and a live discussion with Cindy Code from Project EverGreen.)
We’ll Be Interviewing Individuals Who…
- Sold and are retired, or are still involved with the business
- Sold to family members or their management team
- Bought a business
- As well as other combinations of the above!
We’ll be asking them to tell their story — how they started their company, highlights and whether they thought about their exit, how they made their decision, what went well, what they would do differently. We will ask them for words of advice and what they are doing now as well as what it’s like to be on the “other side.” Each is a unique story and fascinating in their own right.
Meet Our Guest Speakers
Gene R. Grant Jr.
CEO & Registered Landscape Architect
Grant & Power Landscaping Inc.
West Chicago, IL
Green Bay, WI
The Seller’s Stories will be a set of pre-recorded interviews with an introduction and summary remarks as well as insight into Project EverGreen the green industry’s national non-profit that uniquely provides a volunteer community service experience for lawn and landscape professionals through two key initiatives: GreenCare for Troops and GreenCare for Communities. Learn how to get involved and how to give back to military families and neighborhoods in need of well-maintained green space.
For those of you who have purchased one or more of these webinars in the series in 2022, (thank you!) you will receive a complimentary link to join the webinar as our gift. For anyone who has not previously purchased a webinar, your registration fee will be donated to the green industry’s non-profit Project EverGreen.