Don’t let a long winter cost you your curb appeal! Preserve your investment with a highly capable landscape maintenance partner to beautify and maintain your property’s landscaping.
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As winter storm season ends and landscaping begins, the ACACIA team has spent the last few weeks out in the field meeting our customers at the annual Professional Retail Store Maintenance Association National Conference and the Restaurant Facility Management Association Annual Conference. We had many conversations with facility managers in all different verticals of retail, … Continue reading Three Signs That the “Retail Apocalypse” isn’t the End of In-Person Experience
Investing in landscaping design in commercial buildings and complexes can have a variety of immediate benefits to your bottom line.
An overview of how to balance your budget and your business needs when contracting new vendors.
Creating a Scope of Work (SOW) is one of the most important steps in beginning a new relationship between a vendor and a client. A SOW is the document that provides an in depth and detailed description of the work that will be performed by the vendor, such as snow removal or landscaping. Any question … Continue reading Your Guide to Creating a Comprehensive Scope of Work
Sourcing new vendor partners can be one of the most challenging parts of a property or facility manager’s role. Your company may go through this process every three years, every year, or on an as-needed basis, but the criteria for selecting a partner to complete your contract services remains the same. There are thousands of contractors available to do the work required – so how do you select the best one? It comes down to four main considerations...
Understanding snow removal needs and priorities for your particular business type and selecting the correct snow removal contract can protect your budget and your assets, regardless of any surprises during the winter season.
An overview of some of the challenges and opportunities associated with selling a service vs. selling a product, including a look into how to approach, service, and scale a service sale.