Management
Parts One and Two in this three-part project management series were published in the June and July issues. You can refer to them by checking our archives at www.greenhousecanada.com.
The way to a Millennial’s wallet is through her stomach.
I would like to share with you some principles and guidelines of project management.
Good news for garden centre owners and operators: customers are coming back to your businesses, and they’re willing to spend.
The bedding plant season is in its last stretch, and it won’t be long before many greenhouse operations get into some kind of project to change their business.
The dust has not yet settled on the federal budget delivered on March 29.
“The independent garden centre can’t win the war on price; it has to differentiate itself on service.”
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Bring down the cost of cellphones
Want to know how you can reduce your small business cellphone bill? Check out what other businesses have done to cut costs.
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Guide to horticulture management and supervision

Horticulture Management & Supervision is the only management book that is able to mesh current supervisory principles with an intimate day-to-day understanding of the green industry.
The best way to plan ahead is to look back. In the past year, the garden centre industry has been faced with a number of challenges – including but not limited to the weather.
Are you a good boss? And how do you know you are? Are you a better boss today than you were last year, and better than when you first were put in charge?
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Entrepreneurs make their mark at Expo 2011

Entrepreneurs made their mark on the garden and floral industry with a big presence at this year’s Expo 2011, Landscape Ontario’s popular fall floral and garden trade show.
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Entrepreneurs reveal secrets
to small business success

RBC asked Canadian entrepreneurs what their most important piece of advice was for other entrepreneurs. Here's what they had to say.
Oct. 3, 2011 - According to  the newest report released by the CFIB, Canadian small businesses have emerged from the recession as leaders, restoring jobs and business activity lost during this time despite a slow economy.
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Small business the light in the recession storm

According to  the newest report released by the CFIB, Canadian small businesses have emerged from the recession as leaders, restoring jobs and business activity lost during this time despite a slow economy.

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