Saturday, November 21, 2015

The Business of Commercial Landscaping (part 2 of 2)

2. Environment people, group, or advocators. Due to the uprising problems in our environment, advocators and groups are already making a great deal about planting and saving whatever little plants there is in a particular place or area. It follows that through commercial landscaping, there will be more plants and trees planted even in a very modern place like skyscrapers, hotels, and intelligent business buildings. If a project comes up, it will be best that they have your calling card. Just make sure that you are really good or you lose face during interface.

3. Artistic people, especially those who love the old world. Many art collectors are also landscape lovers. And these people have enough budgets to remodel every now and then. Make sure that you got them covered with a business card so they are just a call away from your business.

4. Building administrators and managers. Few people realize that a landscape can minimize maintenance budget. You see, a landscape especially if it is a low-maintenance landscape like Xeriscaping can keep you from cleaning or watering a dusty pavement or parking area. On top of that, you get a cool view and you also adhere to the wishes of environmental people.

5. People you can convince to adapt the idea of landscaping. Some people just have to be talked about things to make them feel they need it. Besides this is important to you as it will serve as your exercise in convincing people about your profession.

When in the practice of commercial landscaping, it is a must that you don’t view people as important in your business. You should always be positive about the people around you and must not be very meticulous and choosy of whom to sell the business to.

Who knows who will be willing to have an artistic lawn, backyard, or swimming pool on their residence?

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