Coalmarch plans virtual 2020 conference


August 12, 2020



Coalmarch, a provider of digital marketing and sales efficiency solutions for the pest control industry, has announced its 2020 CO2 conference will now be virtual, and known as CO2@Home.

The virtual conference experience is in response to safety concerns and limitations posed by the COVID-19 pandemic. The fifth annual CO2 conference will take place over three half-days, Dec. 1-3. CO2@Home is the first time the Coalmarch event will be a virtual experience.

“We’re not pulling back on the things that have made our conference great in person,” said Coalmarch Communications Manager Laura Simis. “It will look a little different this year, but we’re committed to building a conference that maximizes learning, sharing and most importantly connecting with other business owners in the industry.”

Conference days are designed to give business owners actionable strategies to maximize their sales and marketing success, including:

  • Nine virtual sessions from leading industry experts
  • Interactive digital workshops hosted by partners such as PCO Bookkeepers
  • Access to one-on-one facetime with vendors
  • Roundtable discussions and panels that put you right in the room with other like-minded business owners
  • Virtual networking opportunities that go beyond a “Zoom happy hour”

Tickets for CO2@Home are on sale now for $150. For more information and to claim your ticket, visit Last year, tickets for Coalmarch’s 2019 CO2 Conference in Raleigh, N.C., sold out.

Coalmarch CEO Donnie Shelton has been teaming up with Pest Management Professional (PMP) magazine financial columnist Dan Gordon, CPA, PCO Bookkeepers, to co-host webinars during COVID-19. Find out more about their latest webinar series, “State of the Industry: Driving Growth for Your Business in 2020” now. Shelton is also the owner of Triangle Pest Control/Triangle Lawn Care.

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