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M&A Virtual Conference Now Available on DVD

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PCT's Mergers & Acquisitions webinar DVDs provide invaluable insight if you are considering buying or selling a pest control business.

| September 24, 2012

Learn from the experts – M&A Virtual Conference Now Available on DVD.

RICHFIELD, Ohio - The PCT Media Group archived the proceedings from its Mergers & Acquisitions virtual conference and you can now "attend" the eight hour conference at your convenience by buying the webinar DVD.

If you are considering buying or selling a pest control business, you will want to learn how from industry experts. The PCT Media Group archived the proceedings from its Mergers & Acquisitions virtual conference and you can now "attend" the eight hour conference at your convenience by buying the webinar DVD. With this DVD, you will learn from industry experts what you need to know if you are considering buying or selling a business including the current state of the M&A market, determining the value of your company, financing, integration of a new business into an existing company, tax implications of a purchase or sale, and much, much more.
 
 
 
 

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