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Pro Landscaper launches next series of webinars

As we move into the next phase of lockdown, in which – slowly, but surely – the construction and landscaping sectors are being encouraged to return to work, Pro Landscaper plans to continue its successful webinar programme with a new series focused on #getlandscaping.

This second season of webinars will focus around getting the sector back up to speed in the most safe and efficient way possible. We’ll discuss what needs to be done to do this, as well as when, how, and what the pitfalls might be, amongst other areas.

We will once again have panellists who understand the sector, giving the audience the opportunity to ask relevant questions.

The topics we are planning to cover, along with the dates and times of the webinars, are below. Please note that we have moved the time slot from the morning. Throughout June, the sessions will take place on Mondays at 4pm.

1 June 2020 | 4pm | Are we/you safe to go back to work?

8 June 2020 | 4pm | How do we win the right type of work?

15 June 2020 | 4pm | What is the best way to market the company and the sector?

22 June 2020 | 4pm | Environmental landscaping

29 June 2020 | 4pm | What does a successful landscaping business look like?

Please click onto the date to register (free of charge). We will announce the panellists via email and on the Pro Landscaper website in due course.


Also, as a completely different webinar, Pro Landscaper will be swapping places. Directors Jim and Lisa Wilkinson will be putting themselves in the hot seat, with Richard Gardiner of NAG Solutions acting as host. Jim and Lisa will be answering questions about Pro Landscaper, its publishing house Eljays44, and the FutureScape event. They’ll reveal how and why they launched the company and their plans for the future, discussing how COVID-19 has impacted these, as well as sharing their views on the industry,

The date for this webinar is Tuesday 9 June 2020 at 4pm. Sign up here.

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