TAG: Eastern Land Management

People on the Move: Bruce Moore Jr. takes over as president of ELM; and more from Kawasaki and Buyers Products

July 18, 2018By

The Engines Division of Kawasaki Motors Corp., U.S.A., has expanded the role of Karen Howard, a longtime executive, to director of dealer sales support and marketing. In her broadened role, Howard will now also oversee the company’s logistics operations. Howard will continue to have management responsibility for marketing, order services, inside sales, dealer development and sales communications. As part of... read more

Backstory: Bruce Moore Jr.

October 17, 2016By
Bruce Moore Jr.

Bruce Moore Jr. Vice President of Operations Eastern Land Management Stamford, Conn. Education Trinity Catholic High School Stamford, Conn. Class of 2001 Curry College Bachelor’s in business management Milton, Mass. Class of 2005 Work Experience 1997-2001 Eastern Land Management Stamford, Conn. Gardener “From a very early age, I spent a lot of time in the field looking at job sites... read more

People on the Move: Stihl’s Fred Whyte, ELM, Ruppert

January 6, 2016By

Stihl’s outgoing president, Fred Whyte, will continue to serve as chairman of the board of directors following his retirement in December. He also will act in an advisory role by providing strategic counsel to the incoming president, Bjoern Fischer, and his executive management team. Whyte has worked with Stihl for more than 44 years and served as president for the... read more

Extinguishing burnout

August 9, 2015By

How to keep long hours and stressful work from plaguing snow employees. Last winter, the East Coast was battered with snowstorms. In late November, after the city got more than six feet of snow, the Buffalo Bills paid fans $10 an hour plus game tickets to help shovel snow in and around the stadium. Bangor, Maine, saw its second snowiest... read more

Companies in the News: ELM, TruGreen, Beyond Outdoors

June 10, 2015By

Eastern Land Management (ELM) installed a roof-top putting green for RFR Realty in Stamford, Conn. The artificial, eight-hole putting green took eight days, and ELM used a crane to transport materials to the roof. The putting green, which is designed to mirror the 17th hole at Augusta National, has become a popular spot for both novices and experienced golfers, according... read more

Face to Face takeaways from 2014

December 16, 2014By

One year. Five companies. Hundreds of takeaways. With the 2014 Face to Face series drawn to a close, JP Horizons President Jim Paluch pulled together Smart Company participants for a teleconference Dec. 12 to boil down some of their top observations throughout the year. Smart Companies are the sponsors of the events. The notion for Face to Face is for... read more