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Lloyd Smigel Announces Upcoming Retreats

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Two-day meetings designed to positively impact bottom line, reduce turnover and drive sales.

| December 27, 2010

At last, an organized two-day meeting of progressive, non-competitive peer companies dedicated to sharing ideas and resources that will positively impact your company’s bottom line through a better understanding of sales, marketing, and human relations.

The goal of the popular seminars is simple, according to consultant Lloyd Smigel, the well-known host of the conference – to come out of the meetings with practical ideas and directions for your company. “Learn from people who have done it. At the same time, they will learn from you. We all have our strengths and experiences. Here’s the opportunity to learn from others and pool our resources from different companies across the country.”

To learn more about the retreats, call 888/711-3232, email Terry at terrycare@att.net or visit www.lloydsmigel.com.
 

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IPM Basic Training
Practical IPM programs for small- and medium-sized pest control companies.

June 17-18
The PestPac Users Group
Compare and share how different pest control companies use the PestPac program.

Dec. 9-10
New Strategies for 2012
Two days devoted to planning and restructuring the future of your company in the new economic environment.
 

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