In2Care featured in Target webinar, expands U.S. team


February 7, 2024

Ted Worster

Ted Worster

Target Specialty Products will host a free webinar, “Sustainable and Effective Mosquito Control Strategies to Increase Your Revenues,” on Feb. 22 at 1:30 p.m. Eastern.

In this webinar, Ted Worster, sales director USA at In2Care, will discuss: 

  • Aedes and Culex distribution, disease-related facts, and biology
  • Technology for the effective transfer of biocides using differential static charges
  • Concept and principles of autodissemination
  • Methods to incorporate auto-dissemination in mosquito control to keep mosquito populations sustainably low
  • Tactics to make a mosquito control business successful with the In2Care station

Worster graduated from California Polytechnic University in Pomona, Calif., with a bachelor of science in agricultural biology, pest management option. Worster was a pest management professional in California from June 1977 to January 1978. He then moved to work with Univar (today known as Veseris) from November 1983 to June 2017. He carried various titles including sales representative, district manager, marketing manager, international marketing manager and Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) regulatory manager. Other jobs and responsibilities include Orange County vector control district, California as mosquito control technician, California Department of Agriculture as a weed control specialist, pest control operators license from the State of Texas in general pest and termite, and certified pesticide safety trainer from 1988 to 1992 in Hawaii.

Attendees will be invited to ask questions after the presentation.

Registration for the event is now available.

In2Care expands U.S. team



In related In2Care news, the Netherlands-based manufacturer hired Ryan Prechtl and Kristopher Hamby, ACE, as sales managers in the West and East regions at the end of 2023 to expand its U.S. team.

Prechtl has a bachelor’s degree in accounting and business management and has experience in professional pest management in California, Florida and Hawaii. He has held various leadership roles in organizations ranging from small business to private equity throughout his career.

Hamby is a Florida Certified Pest Control Operator and an associate certified entomologist. His industry specific areas of expertise include insect identification and treatment, and habitat assessment and modification. Hamby is experienced in managing pest control operations in Florida and has played key roles in pest control products’ distribution in the U.S. southeast.


About the Author

Ellen Wagner is a former digital editor for PMP magazine.

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