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Conference January and February 2021

Power of Reflection, Power of Learning

The UKs Biggest Online Lawncare event of 2021!

27 January 2021
28 January 2021
3 February 2021
4 February 2021
We are delighted to announce details of the UK’s Biggest On Line Lawncare event of 2021
2020 has been an interesting year and has provided all of us with some challenges, that none of us could have foreseen! Why not make the time to reflect, learn, network and share success with likeminded independent lawncare operators.
We hope that you will take part in a series of four afternoon events, titled Power of Reflection, Power of Learning hosted and delivered by a range industry professionals. 
In today’s world nothing is more consistent than change. This will continue, Government are reviewing products we can use, the pandemic has created a new normal and we have to consider protecting the environment in what we do. The committee remain enthusiastic and committed to supporting and helping you grow your business alongside supporting our industry.
27 January 2021 – 2.30pm
This session provides an industry update, what has been happening, what is being planned. Lawncare question time is an opportunity to ask the network, a great learning opportunity. Our guest speaker will inspire and motivate.                
28 January 2021 – 2.30pm
Daunted by the digital world? This session will get you thinking about your online presence and where to get the best return on investment for your business. Marketing in a recession, get ideas on how members will be marketing in 2021. This session will include our first USA speaker “Social Media 2021 no BS!” – his title not ours!
3 February 2021 – 2.30pm
Health and Safety, the Weather and getting the best from your soil. Three presentation that will channel your thoughts and inspire reflection on what you do, why you do it and how you do it safely for your customer, staff and the environment. A Q&A will help you delve deeper. 
4 February 2021 – 2.30pm
Mind the time gap – its early morning in North America, but who would not want to join us for an update of USA market trends, growing your business and surviving the challenges of lawncare without pesticides? We will be visiting Michigan, Kentucky & Canada from the comfort of your office!

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Tickets are on sale now and can be purchased by contacting Kate – secretary@uklawncare.net
£50 per ticket
Your ticket will provide access to all four session for up to four people from your organisation.
Going virtual means that tickets are a fraction of the cost of a normal conference with no travel involved, so a great opportunity to involve more of your team at a very low cost.
We plan to record each event and make them available for those companies who have bought tickets to watch at other times if they cannot make a particular session.
To book your ticket, please email Kate with the details of which of your employees will be using the ticket, please include an email address for each one. Payment will then be taken via Go Cardless.
Once the payment has been made the registration links for each of the conference sessions will be sent to your email addresses. You can then use these links to register for the sessions you would like to attend and an email confirmation containing the login details for each will be send to you.
Should you have any queries, please call Kate on 01926 650391 or email secretary@uklawncare.net and she will be happy to help you!

UK Lawn Care Association
Autumn Webinars

To view our webinar videos, please click on the relevant links below

Review of the National Action Plan and its Relevance to Lawn Care
Thursday 27 August 2020
Professor John Moverley, OBE
Autumn Renovations
Thursday 3 September 2020

Chairman and Guest Panel
Soil Science 
Thursday 10 September 2020
Alex Vickers

BASIS Lawn Assured
Wednesday 2 December 2020
BASIS Registration
It is important that if you are not already involved in Lawn Assured that you consider this an option for 2021 – why is it so important?  Have a read of the information from Tom Arnold, Vice Chair – click HERE

Previous UKLCA Events

2020 UKLCA Conference Highlights