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Convention scams reaching new lows: Part 2

This is a continuation of a blog post from yesterday. Click here to read Part 1 of “Convention scams reaching new lows: Part 1.” Why do attendees have to worry about exhibitor scams? Although conference attendees may never be targeted in the same way exhibitors are, that doesn’t mean they… Read more »

Shut Up and Dance during Sage Summit celebration

Earlier this week, I felt like the uncoolest person on the face of the planet. I mean, I felt so unhip, I needed a belt to keep my pants up. Thank goodness the folks over at Sage Summit picked me up earlier today: @consultPSS And you're the coolest of them… Read more »

Sage Summit 2015: The tease

I had it all planned out. It was going to be great! The partner kick-off for Sage Summit 2015 was scheduled (via webcast) for 1 p.m. Eastern yesterday, and I figured if I waited until then, I’d have some kick-butt information to share with my readers. Sure, it would mean… Read more »

More room for women to break the ‘concrete ceiling’ in construction

People in construction

In the course of a day, I don’t always have time to stop and read every blog post that rolls through my TweetDeck feed. There are ones where I find the headline really interesting and beneficial, so I’ll just RT the link so our followers will find valuable information. Last… Read more »

Spock, Homer, and the missing Sage Summit sessions

Have you ever had a bad experience completely destroy something you love? I love this blog. For real. I love getting a chance to let the world know what Practical Software Solutions and Sage are doing in my own voice. Almost every assignment I have on a day-to-day basis includes… Read more »

Sage Summit last-minute details

Have I told you lately how busy July is for us? We had an amazing time at Cultivate’14 last week in Columbus, Ohio. There was definitely more traffic than last year, which isn’t just a good sign for the exhibitors, but it’s a good indicator for the horticulture industry as… Read more »

Sage Summit sessions: Stay tuned for more info

Yesterday morning while I was working on some projects for Cultivate’14, a Tweet caught my eye. Garden Center Magazine shared some data about QR codes in the horticulture industry. It was so interesting, I was going to write a blog post about it when I came to a good stopping… Read more »

Helping horticulture move toward a better business model

As soon as I saw this Tweet come across my TweetDeck timeline, I knew I had to click the link: Growers Must Be Willing To Let Go Of Old Business Models [Opinion] http://t.co/tWKPH05KXF — greenhousegrow (@greenhousegrow) February 18, 2014 Richard Jones, the group editor for Greenhouse Grower and Today’s Garden… Read more »