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TAG: LawnStarter

LawnStarter acquires Lawn Love

August 10, 2021By

Tech accelerator graduates Lawn Love and LawnStarter join forces to build on consumers' interest in on-demand tech-enabled services. read more

People on the Move: Hirings and promotions from PBI-Gordon, Stihl and more

July 14, 2020By

The latest promotions, hirings and awards from PBI-Gordon Corp., Stihl, The Irrigation Association, MiniTrencher and more. read more

Companies in the News: Updates from Fisher, SnowEx, Belgard, Case and more

November 20, 2019By

For the seventh year in a row, Douglas Dynamics’ brands Fisher and SnowEx sold raffle tickets at GIE+EXPO, Oct. 21-23 in Louisville, Ky., for a chance to win a limited-edition pink Fisher XV2 V-plow and SnowEx HELIXX polyhopper spreader. Douglas Dynamics raised a total of $11,173, with all proceeds going to Susan G. Komen Kentucky. In total, the company has... read more

LawnStarter updates LawnStarter for Providers app

February 21, 2018By

LawnStarter released a newly designed interface for its LawnStarter for Providers app. “It’s a really big step forward for usability and allows us, as a company, to roll new things out to our providers more rapidly,” said Jake Andersson, head of product at LawnStarter. “We care about the experience providers have working with us and believe this will help deepen... read more

Survey: Landscape firms forecast higher revenue in 2017

March 8, 2017By

Ninety-one percent of landscape service providers in the U.S. said they expect revenue to rise this year compared with last year, according to LawnStarter’s annual survey of landscape business owners. LawnStarter is an Austin, Texas-based on-demand landscape company. Six percent of respondents said their revenue will be the same this year as last year, and 3 percent expect lower revenue... read more

People on the Move: LawnStarter, Canopy, Vectorworks hire new leadership; Ruppert shuffles Maryland branch managers

February 8, 2017By

LawnStarter, an on-demand maintenance service, hired Zak Cocos as vice president of growth. Cocos began his career at Indeed, where he advanced from intern to senior director of growth marketing in six years. In his time there, he increased website traffic from 80 million unique visitors per month to more than 200 million unique visitors per month. Canopy Lawn Care hired Keith Freeman as the company’s... read more