Why Interiorscapers Should Take Over Neglected Atriums

One of the biggest opportunities for interiorscapers is taking over neglected atriums. This building area sets the stage for the ambience and is meant to impress both its occupants and its visitors. When an atrium starts showing signs of neglect, disease, and overgrowth, everyone notices. The decline is not always due to poor interiorscape service. The worst cases happen […]

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Non-Compete Agreements: For or Agains...

There was a hot topic on the Interiorscape Facebook group that reminded me of my own experience with non-compete agreements. The comments we[...]  » Read More

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Lifting the Corporate Veil through St...

Stories are big business. In 2020, theatrical and home entertainment in the U.S. totaled $32 billion in revenues. Stories forge emotional connect[...]  » Read More

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Management: 3 Scary Statistics You Ne...

With Halloween just around the corner, it’s time to embrace the scary. As a management consultant, however, costumes and haunted houses aren’t wh[...]  » Read More

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3 Questions to Stop Asking When Meeti...

Your hard work has paid off and you have an appointment to meet a potential client about plantscaping. You’ve done your research and are confiden[...]  » Read More

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