Theatre Focus: Business and Nurture
The Business and Nurture Programme, in association with Kebur Garden Materials, includes:
- Making an Exit: Ensuring your company’s legacy continues
- Landscaping Leaders: In the company of heroes
- Communicating with Clients: Establishing the design brief
- Boost for Nature: Delivering Biodiversity Net Gain
- A Different Approach: Stories behind creating actively-used care-setting gardens
Leadership & Legacy
With a full programme across both 21 and 22 November, leading industry panellists will be sharing their experiences from their own leadership strategies and those who have inspired them throughout their careers.
Live Q&As will help pinpoint how best to hand over the reins of your business if and when the time comes; the pitfalls and finer points of succession planning.
Client Comms: What’s best?
Do you speak your clients’ language? Open to interpretation, a client’s brief can change at any moment – as can their budget and expectations. How is it best to tackle this for the best outcome for all? Helen Elks-Smith will share some practical advice from personal experience.
Are we prepared for Biodiversity Net Gain?
With Biodiversity Net Gain (BNG) legislation comes BNG considerations on the ground. Considering the impact along the design, supply, and delivery chains, the panel will also look at the opportunities, the gaps and the way that companies have been preparing to measure, manage, and hit the targets set.
Care-setting for care gardens
Debbie Carroll, garden designer, will explore design practices for therapeutic and care gardens with a “relationship-centred” approach.
Sensory and dementia-friendly gardens in care settings should consider flow, purpose, and the longer-term practical use by residents. The discussion will touch on every aspect.
FutureScape 2023: 21-22 November 2023
FREE to attend for all landscape professionals, FutureScape 2023 is a two-day, 4-expo community hub for the UK landscaping industry.