PCT is pleased to be hosting the Mergers and & Acquisitions Virtual Conference & Trade Show on Aug. 8. Hear from Arrow Exterminators’ Kevin Burns; Liberty Pest Management’s Todd Oifer; and Terminix's Fred Murray.
RICHFIELD, Ohio — PCT is pleased to be hosting the Mergers and & Acquisitions Virtual Conference & Trade Show on Aug. 8. Designed for anyone exploring the possibility of a sale, currently in the market for acquisitions, or laying the groundwork for succession planning, this one-day virtual event provides expert advice from the industry’s leading authorities on mergers and acquisitions and family business issues. One of the most exciting aspects of this event is that it is virtual, meaning attendees will learn from the comfort of their home or office.
For only $99 per person attendees will receive a full-day pass to attend any or all of the educational sessions. (The virtual event is a series of 45-minute webinars). Visit www.pctonline.com/virtualevent to learn more and/or to register. Or call PCT's conferences division at 800/456-0707.
Attendees also will hear from representatives from the event’s sponsors — Arrow Exterminators, Liberty Pest Management Services, Terminix International and Massey Services – who will share their company’s philosophy as it relates to mergers and acquisitions. Hear from representatives of Arrow, Liberty and Terminix in the following podcasts.
Arrow Exterminators’ Kevin Burns
Liberty Pest Management’s Todd Oifer
Terminix’s Fred Murray
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