Marty Grunder to present at New England GROWS

New England GROWS, the Northeast’s premier conference and trade exposition for green industry professionals, announces that renowned consultant Marty Grunder will lead a daylong business-building seminar on Thursday, November 30, 2017 at GROWS.

As an innovative entrepreneur and CEO of a multi-million dollar landscape company, Mr. Grunder is one of the green industry’s most noted authorities on leadership, team building, sales, and marketing. He will bring proven strategies, along with practical advice to help GROWS participants optimize their company and reach their fullest potential.

“Marty’s advice is as good as it gets,” said Doug McDuff, GROWS board member and owner of Landscape America in Wrentham, Mass. “His laser-focused strategies are aimed directly at improving the success of landscape and tree care companies. This is the must-attend event for every company owner in New England.”

Marty Grunder will challenge participants to think critically about brand vision, customer experience, and staying relevant in an ever-changing marketplace. As a preeminent consultant, Mr. Grunder regularly advises some of the country’s top landscape and tree care companies. He will offer a fresh look at radical trends impacting the green industry today and help participants discover where they fit into the industry of tomorrow.

“I am so excited to be coming to Boston,” said Marty. “My tips, tactics, and strategies have helped hundreds of landscape pros around the U.S. reach record heights in their business and I can’t wait to share them with everyone at New England GROWS,” he concluded.

New England GROWS will be held in Boston, Massachusetts on Wednesday, November 29 – Friday, December 1, 2017. In addition to the Grunder @ GROWS seminar, attendees will enjoy a full lineup of expert presentations, as well as a trade exposition of more than 400 exhibitors showcasing new and innovative products, plants and equipment across key categories.

Registration for Grunder @ GROWS starts at just $299.00 and includes a three-day pass to the GROWS exposition. Seating at the seminar is limited and advance registration is required. To learn more and to register visit: