TAG: Greg Herring

How BrightView is using technology to plan for growth

August 14, 2019By

I write this series of articles highlighting BrightView’s financial results because I know that landscape companies can compete and win against BrightView — bigger is not always better, and in some cases, it is worse. While bigger is not always better, bigger usually means more strategic planning, more structure and discipline in execution and more technology utilization. Why? Those practices... read more

Managed exits and BrightView results

May 15, 2019By

Greg Herring reviews BrightView's latest financial records and shares why managed exits are so important for landscape companies. read more

BrightView financial update

December 4, 2018By
BrightView

Managed exits, centers of excellence, wallet share, working capital management. What do those phrases mean? They mean that BrightView Holdings has a strategic plan and is executing that plan. The proof is in the company’s financial results for the year ended Sept. 30, 2018. Before we get to the numbers, let’s review BrightView’s strategic plan because it has great value... read more

Finance expert sheds light on BrightView’s income statement, profit margins

July 3, 2018By

Prior to going public, BrightView Holdings filed a 200+ page document with the Securities and Exchange Commission to discuss its business strategy, operations and financial statements. This document is designed to provide potential investors in BrightView with the information they need to make a wise investment decision. That information also holds tremendous value for BrightView’s competitors. As I have spoken... read more

BrightView takes next step in public filing, reveals prices for shares

June 19, 2018By

BrightView—which once again ranked No. 1 on the LM150 list of the industry’s top 150 revenue-generating firms—announced the launch of its initial public offering of 21,300,000 shares of its common stock. According to a report on StreetInsider, the initial public offering price is expected to be between $22 and $25 per share. “It’s a fabulous valuation for our industry,” said... read more