PCT interviewed several of this year's Academy presenters. Hear from Jim McHale, Sheri Spencer, Michael Botha and Stuart Aust (pictured) in the following videos.
Editor’s note: As part of PCT’s coverage of NPMA Legislative Day, sponsored by Dow AgroSciences, PCT interviewed several of the speakers at this year’s event. In the first set of interviews hear from speakers Jim McHale (JP McHale Pest Management); Stuart Aust (Bug Doctor); Michael Botha (Sandwich Isle Pest Management); and Sheri Spencer (Spencer Pest Services). This group spoke on a panel titled “Getting and Keeping Your Seat at the table. PCT will be adding additional video interviews from Academy in the coming days.
Jim McHale on JP McHale Pest Management’s Three Pillars of Success
Michael Botha on Diversifying Service Offerings
Bug Dog Doctor’s Stuart Aust on Building Client Relationships
Sheri Spencer on Pest Control for a Cure
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