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BrightView’s latest earnings report shows company’s growth in revenue

This article originally appeared on LandscapeManagement.net on May 24, 2022. Greg Herring regularly writes for Landscape Management, providing financial analysis and insights tailored to landscape business owners. BrightView‘s revenue grows again. Landscape maintenance revenue was up 8.1 percent in the quarter that ended March 31, 2022, as compared with the quarter the prior year, without the impact of acquisitions.…

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A close look at BrightView’s latest developments and financial trends

This article originally appeared on LandscapeManagement.net on February 22, 2022. Greg Herring regularly writes for Landscape Management, providing financial analysis and insights tailored to landscape business owners. BrightView management spoke about the company’s ESG (Environmental Stewardship, Social Responsibility, and Corporate Governance) initiatives during a presentation to Wall Street analysts and investors related to the financial results for the quarter…

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Insights on BrightView’s growth, response to wage inflation

This article originally appeared on LandscapeManagement.net on August 30, 2021. Greg Herring regularly writes for Landscape Management, providing financial analysis and insights tailored to landscape business owners. Is BrightView’s landscape maintenance business growing? How much is BrightView planning to increase pricing to offset wage inflation? In this article, I will answer those two questions and review BrightView’s financial results for…

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BrightView revenue boosted by snow, still searching for growth

This article originally appeared on LandscapeManagement.net on May 11, 2021. Greg Herring regularly writes for Landscape Management, providing financial analysis and insights tailored to landscape business owners. BrightView discovered gold in the form of snow during the quarter ended March 31, 2021. Revenue of $226.0 million from snow removal services in the most recent quarter was more than…

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BrightView and the need for growth

This article originally appeared on LandscapeManagement.net on February 12, 2021. Greg Herring regularly writes for Landscape Management, providing financial analysis and insights tailored to landscape business owners. If a landscape company wants to grow its landscape maintenance revenue, it can: Sell more maintenance contracts Lose fewer existing maintenance contract customers Sell more ancillary services (e.g.…