Want to drive sales, attract new customers, and grow your garden business?
Then, join us at 2 p.m. today EST for our "Talking Trends" Google+ Hangout. You'll learn secret tips, tricks, and tactics from industry leaders and garden businesses, who have done it themselves. That's right! Our winners from our contest will be a few of our featured guests!
Click here to watch the Google+ Hangout here.
Get the skinny on what exactly you'll learn about using garden trends to boost sales and who will be joining Garden Media's Suzi McCoy below.
On Garden Media's expert panel for the "Talking Trends" Hangout are our two winners from our contest. These two garden businesses were chosen out of dozens due to their creative and effective tactics implementing garden trends to boost business.
gardenerd teaches people how to grow their own food through classes, consulting and food garden design and installation. With the increase in knowledge of GMOs and the use of pesticides, herbicides and synthetic fertilizers, more and more people want to know where their food comes from and they want to take back control over their food sources.
Gardenerd empowers people to be more self-sufficient, and to reduce pollution and waste one garden at a time.
Christy Wilhelmi is the driving force behind GardenNerd and will be representing the site on the Hangout today.
SmartGardener mpowers more than 400,000 US landscapers to provide food gardening services to the over 43 million US households growing edibles in their gardens. How?
SmartGardener provides an online vegetable garden planner for anyone who wants homegrown, healthy and tasty food to be part of their lifestyle...while having a busy life.
SmartGardener's CEO, Carl Alguire, will be talking about how he uses trends to boost business. Carl has conceived, funded, launched and driven seven start-ups to profitability and long term growth.
Robin Horton of Urban Gardens
There, she's always looking for the freshest innovative and eco-friendly designs, trends, and ideas for urban gardens and stylish small places.
Shawna Lee Coronado is making a difference by building social good with a sustainable lifestyle message. She inspires others by providing positive and helpful tips on green living, inexpensive culinary, eco-travel, and organic gardening through her television, video production, and social media efforts.
Read up on her adventures and insights on her site.
If you have any questions about the event or ones that you'd like discussed in the Google+ Hangout, just post them here in the comments section!
We hope you'll join us at 2 p.m to see how to use garden trends to boost business. We're already excited!