Target Specialty Products, a service provider of pest and turf and ornamental solutions in the United States and Canada, will hold a 1-hour webinar on Thursday, October 22, at 1:30-2:30 p.m. Eastern. As part of its Business Growth Webinar Series of 2020, the webinar will cover new products released at PestWorld 2020.
Attendees will find out what products are new for 2021 in the Product Showcase webinar from Target Specialty Products’ manufacturer partners. The manufacturers will discuss the latest products available for pest management professionals (PMPs) and other product details from PestWorld 2020.
PMPs will here about the latest advancements and updates for product lines from technical specialists, and have the opportunity to ask questions of the experts.
PMPs can register for the webinar free of charge here.
This year, Target was a Silver Sponsor of the National Pest Management Association’s (NPMA’s) virtual PestWorld 2020, which took place October 13-15. The company also sponsored the NPMA’s Women of Excellence Award, an honor open to women across the pest management industry, including pest management professionals, manufacturers. This is the seventh year in a row the company has sponsored the award.
Early this year, Target launched an online library of previously recorded webinars for on-demand viewing. The online library includes all of the webinars from the Business Growth Webinar Series. PMPs can view the recorded webinars on Target’s website.
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Founded more than 80 years ago, Target Specialty Products currently serves the pest management, and turf and ornamental markets from 44 locations across the United States and Canada. The company is a Founders Circle Member of the College of Natural and Agricultural Sciences at the University of California, Riverside. Pledging to support the Urban Entomology program at the University helps ensure they can continue valuable research in the field of pest management.