Target Specialty Products, Syngenta Partner for Next Business Growth Webinar

Target Specialty Products, Syngenta Partner for Next Business Growth Webinar

Dr. Eric Paysen, technical services manager, Syngenta to present on the topic ‘Dealing with Sensitive Accounts’ in the next Target Specialty Products Business Growth Webinar on March 27.

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SANTA FE SPRINGS, Calif. — Target Specialty Products announced that Syngenta will take the stage at the end of March for the latest Business Growth Webinar Series on ‘Dealing with Sensitive Accounts.’
 
In this latest webinar series, speaker Dr. Eric Paysen, technical services manager, Syngenta, will discuss how to best serve sensitive accounts, including residential, commercial and food-handling establishments. 
Paysen will also discuss the power of the Advion family of products, as well as yearlong savings on Advion products with PestPartners 365 Program. Finally, Paysen will cover the MetaActive effect, which allows for targeted control and transfer effects on target pests. 
 
Paysen, has 18 years of experience in a variety of facets of the pest management industry. He earned his master’s degree in urban entomology at Clemson University, where he studied the genetics and ecology of biting flies. Following his master’s program, he became interested in urban entomology and worked in the urban entomology lab at Clemson conducting industry-funded and independent research projects. He went on to earn his Ph.D. at Clemson with a specialty in ant diversity, ecology and management.
 
He served as the technical director for eight years for a large, cutting-edge pest management firmwhere he designed protocols, provided training and enjoyed troubleshooting difficult accounts. He is currently serving as a Syngenta technical services manager for the Western U.S. 
 
“We are excited to bring Dr. Paysen to our growing webinar audience to discuss the all-important topic of Dealing with Sensitive Accounts,” said David Helt, Target Specialty Products’ Vice President. “Pest professionals encounter sensitive situations on an almost daily basis and we look forward to the information that will be shared to assist our audience in handling these unique accounts.”
 
Pest professionals wishing to learn more can join free of charge on Friday, March 27, at 10:30 a.m. (PDT)/1:30 p.m. (EST). Attendees are invited to ask questions at the conclusion of the webinar. 
 
CLICK HERE to register.