Dealerships need to get prepared to answer to the growing demand for sustainability best practices across the supply chain. So what does sustainability mean for your dealership?

Join us as experts from Pinion (formerly, KCoe Isom) explain:

  • What is going on in the market as it relates to sustainability
  • What should dealers be on the lookout for
  • How you can create opportunities for your dealership

When: September 29 at 2pm Central Time
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Note: all registrants will receive a link to the replay within 48 hours of the event's conclusion

Email Kim Schmidt at Farm Equipment with any questions about the webinar.


About the Speakers

Marc Johnson

Marc Johnson proactively counsels business owners on financial and tax matters in order to position them well for growth and business succession. He works primarily with equipment dealerships throughout the United States, and has for over 20 years. Working with dealers’ teams through decades of dramatic change, he enjoys helping as they grow in size, complexity, and value. He delivers operational and strategic planning that encompasses tax, estate, and succession considerations, as well as counseling through and merger and acquisition opportunities and transactions.

Lisa Becker

Lisa Becker specializes in serving permanent and specialty crop clients nationwide. She works closely with growers and processors to provide business advising strategies and tax services. Inspired to drive innovation and transparency throughout our food system, Lisa lends her credentials as a CPA to bring value to clients seeking sustainability verification and assurance services. She combines her skills in accounting, business advising, and strategic planning with her passion for sustainability consulting to develop value-added sustainability programs for clients. Lisa enjoys working with clients to utilize key performance indicators to inform business decisions, optimize operations, and mitigate risk, improving operational efficiency and overall business health.

Lisa is certified in the Global Reporting Initiative’s sustainability reporting framework. She earned her M.S. in Accounting and her B.S. in Business Administration from California Polytechnic State University, San Luis Obispo.