TAMPA, Fla. - In advance of the inaugural Power by Pest Daily conference, scheduled for Jan. 19-20 in Tampa, Pest Daily announced its very first Powership Scholarship.
The scholarship will cover the cost of attendance for the sold out Power by Pest Daily conference, which is designed to provide educational and networking opportunities for pest control owner/operators who are looking to take their businesses to the next level. The award also includes a two-night stay at the conference hotel, a five-year subscription to e-learning platform Pest Daily and free access to Pest Daily live training opportunities, which are held several times per year. In total, the scholarship is valued at more than $15,000.
In order to be considered for the Powership, applicants must own or operate a pest control company with an annual revenue of $300,000 or less. They must also show a commitment to growing their business, a love for learning and a passion for professional development. Beginning Nov. 14, interested applicants are invited to submit a short video to Pest Daily’s Growth Group (On Facebook) explaining why they should be selected to receive the scholarship, what they hope to gain from attending the conference and how they plan to apply what they learn to their business in the future. If you’re not already a member of Growth Group, you can request permission to join by clicking here. The Powership recipient will be chosen and notified during the first week of December via a vote from Growth Group members.
“The reason we wanted to offer this scholarship is because many of the companies out there that are looking to expand simply don’t have the resources to be surrounded by top-tier talent,” said Pest Daily founder Seth Garber. “At the Power conference, we’re bringing that top-tier talent to them.”
Garber said he is confident that Power will provide a unique opportunity for owner/operators to build meaningful connections with top thought leaders and he’s looking forward to two days of empowerment, ideas and inspiration.
“My personal mission is to support growing pest control companies through their expansion,” Garber said. “The Powership scholarship is our way to give back to the industry and we’re super pumped to see what the future holds for all our attendees.”