Why you should attend the PMP Growth Summit


January 8, 2020

From March 4-6, 2020, Pest Management Professional (PMP) will host the fourth annual PMP Growth Summit — a buyer-seller networking event taking place in Orlando, Fla. It is designed to help pest management professionals (PMPs) become better acquainted with leading industry suppliers and the wide variety of professional pest management solutions they bring to the table.

Attending PMPs receive 15-minute, one-on-one sales sessions with supplier partners, tailoring the conversation to the individual needs of their companies. We also host a golf outing, two roundtable breakfasts and two dinner receptions to foster more networking with both suppliers and peers.



If your projected revenue for 2020 is $1 million or more, you likely qualify to attend the event. Space is limited, so learn more and apply today at PMPGrowthSummit.net.

Need more of a nudge? Consider what these attendees took away from the 2019 PMP Growth Summit:

“This meeting is one of the best I attend all year. The ability to build relationships with other PMPs and also manufacturers on this level is amazing. The 15-minute meeting is just enough time to see what’s new and to further the relationship or start a new one with a manufacturer.”
Desiree Straubinger, BCE, Market Technical Director, Rentokil Steritech, Wyomissing, Pa.

“I have continued to connect with several PMPs and vendors I met at the PMP Growth Summit. The event was an amazing way to build relationships with key partners — both vendors and other pest control leaders — to continue to innovate and grow our company.”
— Brett Lieberman, Principal, My Pest Pros, Fairfax, Va.

“I built upon some relationships, and gained a few new ones as well. We will be adding a few products we otherwise wouldn’t have.”
— Joel Miller, President, Miller Pest & Termite, Des Moines, Iowa

“The roundtable discussions were fantastic. A lot of great information was exchanged, and everyone was very helpful and willing to help. Coming in without much pest control knowledge, it was great learning from industry experts. Everyone seemed really engaged and very helpful with answering the questions we had. It was a great event.”
— Bob Brower, General Manager, Lawn Plus, West Alexandria, Ohio

“It was a good time of the year for me to leave for a few days, and I met a lot of great people. I actually really enjoyed relaxing and talking shop with peers and vendors alike. I expect to try products from several of the vendors, and seeing them also reinforced my trust in the products I already was using from the vendors at the conference. There is value in the fact that everyone there experiences many of the same issues, perhaps in various degrees. Also, many of us are trying to achieve the same thing, which made for great conversations — and possibly created some friendships in the process.”
— Bill Haynes, CEO, Haynes Exterminating, Buford, Ga.

“There was a good, all-around mix of information and networking. I went to the PMP Growth Summit with my own agenda, with questions about products that I have considered to integrate into my pesticide materials. I suggest future attendees do the same, to add even more value to the experience. I had a great time, and came back with a lot of good, targeted info.”
— Joe Silvestrini, Pest Control Technicians, Norristown, Pa.

“I gained something from every aspect of the meeting. There was great information about what works and what doesn’t, from other managers and owners.”
— Molly Marsh, CEO, Patton Pest Control, Chagrin Falls, Ohio

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