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09 October 2018

PestEx registration opens on new website

Registration for PestEx – the pest management show, is now open and can be completed through its own brand-new website.

Anyone interested in public health pest control can attend PestEx 2019 – the pest management show for free by registering through the newly launched PestEx.org

Register now 

PestEx website new for 2019

The show is held on 20-21 March at the London, ExCeL, with the British Pest Management Awards (BPMAs) being held in the evening of 20 March.

PestEx is the largest pest management show in the UK attracting visitors and exhibitors from around the world. The show is organised by BPCA and includes two seminar theatres and 2,500m2 of exhibition hall.

Jo James, BPCA Events Manager, said:

“PestEx has grown to a point where it needs its own web space separate to the main BPCA site. We wanted somewhere visitors could register and plan their visit with ease.”

The new site features:

Plus, plenty of other information pages for making the most out of your time at PestEx.

Jo continued:  

“Exhibitors need a space for all their information – so we borrowed the idea of the BPCA Member Area, and created the “PestEx Exhibitor Area”. In this space, our numerous exhibitors can find documents, order extras, fill in risk assessments and send them back through the site”.

This biggest PestEx ever?

PestEx 2019 stands are selling quicker than ever before, with 85% of the exhibition space being booked or on hold already.

Stands selling out fast at PestEx 2019-2

Beth Reed, BPCA Sales Executive, said:

“This is my first year working on PestEx, but it’s clear from the companies that I’ve spoken to that they hold the show in very high regard. We’ve confirmed plenty on new exhibitors this year, and I’m confident we’ll have every available metre sold.”

If you’re interested in booking a stand, you can contact Beth on beth@bpca.org.uk

REGISTRATION

PestEx is designed so the whole team can get something out of their time at PestEx. Whether that’s investigating new products and services, talking to manufacturers, visiting the technical or business seminar sessions, and topping up your CPD points for the year – anyone who works in pest management is encouraged to attend the free show.

Register now

Source: Online

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