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TAG: State of the industry

State of the Industry Report: Won’t back down in 2022

December 15, 2021By , and
2021 State of the Industry respondants say the year was a good one, but not without challenges from supply chain issues and labor availability. (Photo: Marshall Evan Photography)

Looking back and looking forward, pros agree that now is the time to show customers there is nothing to fear in our 2021 State of the Industry Report. read more

2020 Industry Pulse: Despite the news, an amazing year

December 14, 2020By , , and
Outdoor DBI project (Photo: Jeff Robinson Photography)

Landscape Management's 2020 Industry Pulse report reveals that despite difficulties, the landscape industry had an amazing year. read more

A Look Back: Ups and downs

December 4, 2020By
December 2007 Cover (Photo: LM Archives)

In the December 2007 issue of LM, despite teetering on the edge of the Great Recession, readers expressed optimism in the annual “Outlook” survey. read more

LM EAB: December 2020

December 4, 2020By
Editorial Advisory Board graphic (Graphic: LM Staff)

In the December 2020 edition of Landscape Management's Editorial Advisory Board, members describe the current state of the landscape industry. 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

A Look Back: A far cry from 1995

December 23, 2019By

In 2019, it’s hard to imagine running a business without a computer. But the 1996 State of the Industry report (now Industry Pulse) showed that in 1995, only 70 percent of landscape contractors were using computers at their companies. And of that 70 percent, only about 14 percent of computer users had access to the internet, “the fast-growing computer web... read more