Aug. 17 2020 09:09 AM

Podcast is produced and sponsored by LMN.

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Landscape Disruptors launched a podcast with new episodes every Friday for landscape business owners looking to scale, grow, increase customers and build an elite company. Landscape Disruptors is a new platform to showcase top performers in the landscape and snow industry and discuss all things related to business and beyond.

The podcast is hosted by Stanley “Dirt Monkey” Genadek, who brings years of experience entertaining and informing landscape business owners. Produced and sponsored by Markham, Ontario-based LMN, a B2B business management software company, the new platform will be launching with a full season of podcast interviews and a number of industry professionals including LMN CEO and co-founder Mark Bradley, author and coach Jeffrey Scott, “The Pond Guy” Greg Wittstock, and more.

“We’re tapping into some of the greatest minds in landscaping and snow and learning what did and did not work for these guys to become successful, down to the dollar,” says Genadek. “This is insider information most people would pay to access, and we’re bringing it straight to your headphones.”

These weekly conversations will cover topics such as scaling and growth, business management techniques, and marketing tips from industry professionals that can be applied in real-time.

In addition to weekly podcast episodes, Landscape Disruptors will be an active resource for business owners in the landscape and snow industry by offering access to webinars for in-depth breakdowns of business tips discussed in the podcast episodes. Virtual and future in-person events will also take place to create a space for landscape industry disruptors to network and share their thoughts and experiences with each other.

“We wanted to create a media outlet where people can continue to learn and actively engage,” says Mark Bradley on the launch of Landscape Disruptors. “This is real advice from real people that have put in the work and gone through the trial-and-error process of growing their business.”