Details: Morning Session, 9 a.m. - 12 Noon

Tony Bass has hired hundreds of employees to work in his portfolio of companies. He is a JOB CREATOR! During this workshop, Tony will take an in-depth look at how to effectively find, hire and build your company's successful team. He is ready to share over 50 ways to build a team, how to look out for the common hiring mistakes and gain quality employees at a lower cost! You can't afford to miss this workshop!

About the Instructor:

Tony Bass is a successful entrepreneur, inventor, author, consultant and speaker whose purpose and passion is helping green-industry small businesses achieve their fullest potential. A 1987 graduate in Agricultural Mechanization at the University of Georgia, Mr. Bass founded Bass Custom Landscapes. Innovating business practices he shares with others today, he built and ultimately sold that business in 2006 for a significant seven-figure profit. In part, this success traces to two U.S. Patents Mr. Bass earned for equipment he engineered to master efficiency in his lawncare and landscaping business. In 1998, these inventions lead to the introduction of the Super Lawn Truckâ„¢ system-- an enclosed truck designed specifically for landscaping. With a tool storage system, patented ramp for loading equipment, hydraulic debris dumper and more, Super Lawn Trucks are in use in 35 states and Canada. Tony Bass's practices have helped thousands of lawn and landscaping business owners. He also produced a number of audio and video training programs for the entrepreneur who wants to improve his landscape business performance. Since then, Mr. Bass has written numerous books and programs to help green-industry business owners. Also in 1998, Mr. Bass started a new venture, Tony Bass Consulting, an enterprise through which he leads seminars and works as a small business consultant with lawncare, landscape, and green industry small business owners on improving financial performance. Mr. Bass works as an appointed volunteer on the University of Georgia College of Agriculture advisory board and the Governor's Agricultural Advisory Committee. He also focuses on economic development at his local chamber of commerce and speaks to school groups about career opportunities in the green industry. Mr. Bass and his wife, Jo Lynn, have two children, Holly Savannah and Maxx Anthony.