Tag Archives: AmericanHort

Changes to Form I-9 could benefit horticulture industry

Over the past few years, we’ve kept up a conversation about HR compliance in the horticulture industry. Even though we’ve been involved with horticulture only for the past 10 years, we’ve seen a dramatic shift in laws ranging from health care to immigration that would never have affected the horticulture… Read more »

Education key to fending off cyber attacks at work

Sometimes I feel like a real pest. But I feel like I’m a rather safe and cautious pest. Yesterday, I sent an e-mail to Sherry Johnson and Tracy Phillips from AmericanHort to ask them about a company that said they published the organization’s media kit. We’ve been members of AmericanHort… Read more »

Another plea to Sage Summit (and a great response)

“I would love to be coming (to Sage Summit) this year!” But unfortunately, Kelli can’t. Neither can Maryn. Nor can a few other of our customers I’ve spoken with over the past few months. Kelli is an alumna of three of the last four Sage Summit conventions. Maryn had reviewed the… Read more »

Convention scams reaching new lows: Part 1

It would be hilarious if it weren’t so serious. We received a fax two weeks ago from a company offering Audio/Visual services for the Organization of Horticulture Professionals Conference at the Columbus Convention Center from July 11-14. Interestingly enough, we’re going to be exhibiting Grower Vertical for Sage ERP at a trade… Read more »

Scams surround trade shows and conferences

I wasn’t surprised when I saw this Tweet last week: Beware of fraudulent housing services claiming to be from Sage Summit. Official housing will only be offered through reg. site in April. — Sage Summit (@Sage_Summit) February 20, 2014 Sage had just announced the hotel prices for Sage Summit 2014… Read more »