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TAG: profits

2022 LM150: Big year, big numbers

June 27, 2022By
Graphic: LM Staff

With the release of our 2022 LM150 list, companies on this year's list saw a 17 percent average revenue growth last year. read more

You can’t grow yourself to profitability

February 13, 2019By
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Focus on profit to drive your company's growth. read more

Editorial Advisory Board: June 2018

June 18, 2018By

How can companies ensure they remain profitable while growing fast? Landscape pros Richard Bare Arbor-Nomics Turf Norcross, Ga. Bill Bemus Bemus Landscape San Clemente, Calif. Chris Joyce Joyce Landscaping Cape Cod, Mass. Jerry McKay McKay Landscape Lighting Omaha, Neb. “Make sure job costing is a part of every job.” Greg Winchel Winchel Irrigation Grandville, Mich. Industry Consultants Dan Gordon TurfBooks... read more

High Performance: The unimportance of profits

October 10, 2017By

Fall seems to be the season for strategic planning retreats in the green industry. These retreats are opportunities to discuss long-term and short-term priorities, plans and goals. I’m always somewhat surprised when profitability is not called out as a priority, which happens frequently. These companies see profits as essential—in that they would not be able to function for very long... read more

Profit Power: 15 strategies to drive up profitability with year-end selling

December 1, 2015By

The more production that each crew can bill out each week, the higher your profits will be by year end. Your overhead has already been covered at this point, so every dollar of operational profit you earn goes right to your bottom line! This has a huge multiplying effect.  Here are 15 ways to increase your weekly production and thus... read more

Efficiency tip: Declined

July 10, 2015By

One way to efficiently boost profits is to eliminate costly fees that detract from the bottom line. That’s what the team at Arbor-Nomics Turf in Norcross, Ga., did last year when it analyzed its credit card fees and opted to dial back its acceptance of American Express. The result? An extra $10,000 in profit last year. It was COO Josh... read more