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TAG: 2019 Industry Pulse

LM 2019 Industry Pulse: Weather report

January 17, 2020By
A wet spring in many parts of the country hindered some landscape companies. (Photo: Willowpix/iStock / Getty Images Plus/Getty Images)

During 2019, landscape professionals had to contend with whatever weather Mother Nature provided, which varied across the country. read more

LM 2019 Industry Pulse: Still growing strong

January 3, 2020By
Travel and customer breakdown (Graphic: LM Staff)

2019 proved to be another strong year for the landscape industry, according to the latest LM Industry Pulse. Landscape pros are optimistic about their assessment of 2019, with 83 percent describing the market as “healthy.” Many expect that market health to continue into next year. As one respondent stated, “Our goals will increase; we have a lot of commercial work... read more

LM 2019 Industry Pulse: Labor report

December 24, 2019By
While landscape companies say work was plentiful in 2019, it was often hard to find workers like those pictured here. (Photo: GreenSweep)

LM Industry Pulse survey respondents say 2019 was a good year for business but a struggle to find people to help complete jobs. read more

LM 2019 Industry Pulse: A look to the future

December 23, 2019By
Crews working on a project (Photo: Carolina Colorscapes)

While no one can predict the future for certain, many green industry professionals maintain a sense of optimism when looking ahead to 2020, according to the Industry Pulse survey. For example, on average, many survey respondents said they expect revenue to be up in 2020. “The market is good, and people are spending money,” says Jason Bishop, regional manager of... read more

2019 Industry Pulse Report with Seth Jones

December 18, 2019By

LM Dec. 2019 cover image: GETTY IMAGES: ARTLANTA, LESZEKGLASNER/ISTOCK/GETTY IMAGES PLUS Editor-in-chief Seth Jones reviews the Landscape Management 2019 Industry Pulse report, in which 40 percent of those who responded said their business would beat its revenue goal that it set for 2019. Check out the video to learn more. read more