Target Specialty Products announces next webinar


December 3, 2021


Target Specialty Products has announced the latest installment of its Business Growth webinar series. Titled “iQ Products: Pulse Baiting Tips and Trapping Solutions for Every Account,” the free webinar will take place Thursday, Dec. 16, at 1:30 p.m. Eastern.

Patrick Lynch, ACE, senior vice president of sales and general manager of Bell Sensing Technologies, will discuss the biology of rodents, including different species and how they respond to control techniques; rodenticide stewardship; pulse baiting; and trapping do’s and don’ts.

Attendees will be able to ask questions at the conclusion of the webinar. All webinar attendees will be entered into a raffle for a chance to win a Bell Laboratories-branded Nike polo shirt.

Registration for the webinar is now available.

After completing his master degree in business administration from the New York Institute of Technology in 2006, Lynch gained his expertise in the rodent control industry working as a Bell Laboratories technical representative for the New York and New Jersey region. Lynch is also general manager of Bell Laboratories’ newest division, Bell Sensing Technologies. He currently serves on the National Pest Management Association (NPMA) Workforce Development Committee and the NPMA Leadership Networking Council.

About Target Specialty Products

For over 80 years, Target Specialty Products has been a provider of pest control, vector and turf and ornamental solutions, application and aquatic equipment, supplies and education and training program. The company serves markets in 44 locations across the United States and Canada.

About Bell Laboratories

Founded in 1974 by Pest Management Professional Hall of Famer Malcom Stack (Class of 2004), Bell Labs is an exclusive manufacturer of rodent control products for the pest control and agricultural industries on six continents. Bell has developed a complete line of products — rodenticides, tamper-resistant bait stations, non-poisonous glue boards, mechanical traps and attractants — to control rodents in any situation. Through its Bell Sensing Technologies division, it develops and supports a technology platform for iQ products. This technology is built around a proprietary app and portal that communicates with iQ products by gathering, storing and reporting on the rodent activity occurring at an account.


About the Author

Ellen Wagner is a former digital editor for PMP magazine.

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