The enterprise value specialists at Ceibass work with green industry business owners throughout the country to help them increase the value of their businesses, identify best practices and to help them transition their businesses with an equity event.
“Ultimately the game to get top value for your business is to have the best people. Think of sports, the teams with the best talent — the best players — along with the best coaching consistently win,” said Tom Fochtman, Ceibass CEO. “And in the lawn and landscape industry the premier event that showcases the top young talent in our industry is The National Collegiate Landscape Competition. Do not miss this event if you’re looking for top talent.”
The National Collegiate Landscape Competition is an annual three-day powerhouse event which brings together the top landscape and horticulture students, top industry companies and dozens of the biggest industry manufacturers and suppliers. Each year more than 800 students from two- and four-year colleges demonstrate their skills in real-world, competitive events and network with top companies at the largest Career Fair in the industry.
Whether you are a student looking to springboard your career, a company looking for the best talent, or an industry manufacturer looking to assist with a competitive event and interact with the next generation, the National Collegiate Landscape Competition is the highlight of the year.
“What you are getting access to at this event is the next level of leadership in our industry. These are kids who have committed…they are getting a landscape related degree and have chosen this as their career and profession. They are truly the next generation of leadership. This is the event you will find that leadership,” said Tom Fochtman. “Any forward thinking company that is truly committed to building a talented team at all levels within their organization will be in attendance.”
This year the event is March 18-21, 2020 at Michigan State University, East Lansing, Michigan. The event is comprised of several different components including a Career Fair, Career Development Series, Competitive Events and Workshops.
“It is a wonderful opportunity to meet the future leaders in our industry and to get plugged into top professors and programs throughout the country,” added Tom.
For a link to NALP’s National Collegiate Landscape Competition click here.