Friday, August 01, 2008

Husqvarna and Leading Green Industry Consulting Group Continue ‘Success Series' for Landscapers

CHARLOTTE, N.C. [July 30, 2008] – Husqvarna, a leading outdoor power equipment manufacturer, has announced its continued partnership with The Wilson Oyler Group, the green industry’s leading consulting group, to host the second round of Wilson Oyler Success Series Seminars to professional landscapers. The seminars are scheduled in five major cities from August to December 2008.

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The Success Series Seminars will focus on developing world class account managers and enhancing the total customer experience. The seminars help account managers improve productivity, develop and retain top-tier employees and maintain loyal customers. The Wilson Oyler Group will also teach their proven methods and systems to help account managers achieve financial objectives.

“This partnership further strengthens Husqvarna’s commitment to the green industry by providing value-added services from best-in-class experts,” said David Zerfoss, president of Husqvarna Forest and Garden.

The Success Series Seminars will be held:

August 28 – Columbus
September 8 – Boston
October 22 – Louisville
November 20 – San Francisco
December 11 – Charlotte

This additional round of seminars follows a successful set of seminars earlier this spring.

“(Our employees) said the meeting was very informative and productive and reinforced many of the principles that we practice day to day,” said Keith O’Dell with PROscape.

For more information about the Wilson Oyler Success Series Seminars, contact the Wilson Oyler Group at or call 866-517-2272.

About Husqvarna

Husqvarna is the world's largest producer of lawn mowers, chainsaws and portable gas-powered garden equipment such as trimmers and blowers. The Group is also a world leader in diamond tools and cutting equipment for the construction and stone industries. Net sales in 2007 were SEK 33.3 billion and the average number of employees was 16,000.