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Tonight we will be broadcasting LIVE from GIE+Expo in Louisville, KY at the Landscape Management booth with Steven Cesare of The Harvest Group.
Steven will discuss:
How human resources can help you minimize your risk of lawsuits The Employee Handbook The new I-9 form The three important parts of human resources and how they can help your company grow!
Join us to discuss the following:
How can we start dialogue that will open minds to embrace a Sustainable Living Community (SC)?
What are some characteristics that you would like in a SC you live in?
How can we incorporate holistic health services to minimize the use of western medicine in order to embrace non-traditional healing?
Ways which we can overcome barriers in order to create a Sustainable Community.
David Cagle a New York licensed architect with over 25 years experience, with a diverse background in corporate, civic and preservation projects. Some of his major accomplishments include: the renovation of the Rainbow Room and the preservation and restoration of James Renwick’s Grace Church at 10th Street and Broadway. David's current practice focuses on delivering sustainable 'Green' residential designs at an affordable cost; allowing everyone the option to have a sustainable 'Green' design and construction in their business and in their homes. To connect with David's office for your design and Architecture needs contact: email@example.com
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My guest Robert Politzer.Robert, president of Greenstreet Construction and Consulting, Inc., which specializes in green construction and green building consulting. A LEED accredited professional, Robert is chair of the Sustainable Business Task Force of the Environmental Business Association of New York State and a member of its Green Building Task Force. He is a Planning Committee member of New Roofs for a New Century Conference and a board member of the Harlem River Valley Development Corporation. He co-chairs the Manhattan Chamber of Commerce’s Green Design and Construction Subcommittee.
Our special guest this week is Jennifer Lemcke, COO of Weed Man USA.
Jennifer will discuss why you should consider a franchise and employee training!
She will talk about effective training tools for your employees, along with the pros and cons of purchasing a franchise.
Your host is Larry Muck Friday's show will look into how Private Lending is Changing the Investing Landscape.
Joining Larry this week is Bob Cox, Sr. Mortgage Banker with Pacific Residential Mortgage, LLC and
David F Owen, PhD, CPLA, Managing Member, Pride Of Austin Capital Partners, LLC and he serves as a member of the American Association of Private Lenders, (AAPL) Board
Join us today as we discuss the prospect of human unity through sustainable community. How do we get there and what does sustainable community look like? Will you join us?
Dana Laake and her special guest Buddy Ojeda, CN, will be discussing the increased interest in local, sustainable food systems. They will also discuss formulas that support kids' health for this back-to-school season.
Buddy Ojeda is a Certified Nutritionist, health educator and MegaFood’s Eastern Regional Educator. Buddy has worked in the dietary supplement industry since 1996. He has a broad understanding of natural health topics and is often called upon to discuss issues related to immune health, joint disorders, essential fatty acids, Traditional Chinese Medicine, cardiovascular health and energy management. He also has expertise in sleep disorders, stress reduction, digestive health concerns and energy medicine, as well as diet, lifestyle and the correct use of nutritional supplements.
Our special guest this week is Adam Sokoloff, Presdient of Sunrise Signs located in Philadelphia, P.A.
Whether you have one truck or a fleet of trucks, one employee or a hundred, how you present your company to the public is critical to creating and establishing your own unique image. Too often, landscape contractors fail to be consistent with their “branding and messaging” to their clients, creating mixed messages, causing consumer confusion and ultimately lost revenue opportunities.
On tonight’s show, we are going to discuss: What is a logo and why you must have one? Is it time to update your current logo? Color definitions and what they say about your brand Brand consistency for small businesses Small brand changes that can have a huge impact on your company How car and truck wraps can help brand your fleet Special Bonus: Free 30 minute logo review and branding consultation exclusively for FD2B listeners