Target Specialty Products will host a free webinar as part of its Business Growth Webinar series titled “6 Smart Ways To Leverage Technology in Rodent Control” on April 13 at 1:30 p.m. Eastern.
Patrick Lynch, ACE, senior vice president of sales at Bell Laboratories, will host the webinar.
Lynch will discuss how technology has made other industries more profitable and less tedious, and why affordable smart rodent technology can do the same for pest management professionals.
After completing his master’s of business administration degree in New York Institute of Technology in 2006, Lynch gained his expertise in the rodent control industry working as a Bell technical representative for the New York and New Jersey regions. He is also general manager of Bell’s newest division, Bell Sensing Technologies. He currently serves on the National Pest Management Association’s (NPMA’s) Board of Directors, the NPMA Public Policy Committee as well as the NPMA Leadership Committee.
Attendees will be able to ask questions at the end of the presentation.
About Target Speciality Products
With over 80 years of industry experience, Target Specialty Products is a leading value-added solutions and service provider of pest control, vector and turf and ornamental solutions, application and aquatic equipment, supplies and education and training programs. Target Specialty Products serves the Vector, pest and turf and ornamental management markets from 44 locations across the United States and Canada.
About Bell Laboratories
Founded in 1974 by the late Malcolm Stack, a member of the Pest Management Professional Hall of Fame (Class of 2004), Bell Laboratories today manufactures a complete line of rodent control solutions. It is led by another Pest Management Professional Hall of Famer, CEO Steve Levy (Class of 2022). Products include rodenticides, tamper-resistant bait stations, mechanical rat and mouse traps, glue boards, trap gels, mole bait and the extensive iQ line, which integrates proprietary Bell Sensing Technologies sensors to turn some of Bell’s most popular products into “powerful 24/7 rodent data-gathering machines.”