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NPMA Announces PestWorld 2013 App

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The app, sponsored by Syngenta, serves as a great resource for all things PestWorld before, during and after the conference.

| October 10, 2013

NPMA has launched the official PestWorld 2013 app, which will serve as a great resource for all things PestWorld before, during and after the conference. Download the app today to be able to:
•    Navigate the exhibit hall
•    View the complete conference schedule & create your own personal schedule
•    Download speaker presentations
•    Rate educational sessions
•    Browse the list of speakers
•    Network with other PestWorld attendees 
•    And much more!
 
GET THE APP TODAY!
The PestWorld 2013 app is available in Apple, Android, and Windows platforms. To download search for "PestWorld 2013" in the app store on your mobile device.


 

 

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