Professional Pest Controller issue 93

18 December 2018

PestEx 2019: seminar and floorplan sneak-peek

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The biggest pest control show in the UK is getting even bigger! It’s about time we gave you a sneak peek at the packed seminar schedule for PestEx 2019...

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The biggest pest control show in the UK is getting even bigger! It’s about time we gave you a sneak peek at the packed seminar schedule for PestEx 2019...

Technical theatre Sponsored by BASF

Business theatre

Can we stem the tide? Invasive non-native species
Niall Moore, Non-Native Species Secretariat
Our terms and conditions apply...maybe?
David Quinton, Which?
Acquisition, incubation and transfer of bacteria by household insects
Matthew Davies, Killgerm
Federica Boiocchi, Aston University, Birmingham
Rodent risks: Closure and prosecution stories
Dr Belinda Stuart-Moonlight, Chartered Environmental Health Practitioner and expert witness
A world without pesticides
Alex Wade, Pelgar
How to hack smart homes and business
Tony Gee, Pen Test Partners
Rodent control for 2020 and beyond
Sharon Hughes, BASF
Use the law to sell your services 
Paul Westgate, Westgate Pest Control
Cockroach foraging behaviour and biology
Steve Broadbent, Ensytex
Site-specific pest risk assessments
John Lloyd, Technical Consultant and Company Entomologist
Protecting Jersey from Asian hornets
Absolute Pest Control
Jersey Beekeepers’ Association
When it goes wrong
Martin Ball, Health and Safety Executive
Building great pest management programmes
Richard Moseley, Bayer
Don’t get caught in the GDPR trap!
Louise Coldwell, Killgerm
Winning big: SLAs and tendering
Kevin Higgins, BPCA
Dee-Ward Thompson, BPCA
Should I give up, or just keep on chasing payments?
Peter Wallwork, The Credit Services Association
10 years of rat and mouse control procedures
Paul Charlson, National Pest Advisory Panel (NPAP), CIEH
4½ star pest management: Online marketing
Ben Massey, BPCA

More talks to be added. Running order announced Jan 2019. Seminars subject to change. Up-to-date info at pestex.org/seminars

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Win £100 for registering for PestEx

PestEx floorplan 2019

Stand space is sold out! Honestly, it’ll take you two full days just to have a conversation with everyone.

PestEx Floorplan 2019-01-07

Floorplan subject to change. Up-to-date info at pestex.org/exhibition

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