Schedule of Events

Rodent Control Virtual Conference

11:00 AM – 11:15 AM

Rodent Control: A State of the Market Report
General Session
PCT Publisher Dan Moreland provides an overview of the rapidly changing rodent control marketplace, highlighting data from various industry studies, including the 2020 PCT State of the Rodent Market report. In this informative session, Moreland will identify some of the key trends that are making the rodent market such an exciting area to invest for a growing number of PMPs interested in expanding their service offerings and enhancing their bottom line.
Dan  Moreland
Speaker Dan Moreland Publisher PCT Magazine View Bio

11:15 AM – 11:30 AM

Sponsor Presentation - GMT
General Session
Sponsored By
Dave Colbert
Speaker Dave Colbert VP Sales Xcluder View Bio

11:30 AM – 12:30 PM

Wildlife Exclusion: Keys to Success
General Session
Wildlife exclusion is a critical component of many nuisance wildlife control programs. But wildlife prevention and habitat modification require specialized skills and a thorough understanding of the materials and techniques that result in effective, long-term solutions. In this informative, eagerly anticipated educational session, learn practical techniques and tips for doing the job right the first time.
Kevin Van Hook
Speaker Kevin Van Hook Regional Vice President of Operations Arrow Exterminators View Bio

12:30 PM – 12:45 PM

Sponsor Presentation - Bell Laboratories
General Session
Sponsored By
Patrick Lynch
Speaker Patrick Lynch Senior VP of Sales Bell Laboratories, Inc. View Bio

12:45 PM – 1:45 PM

60 Minute Master’s Class: Rodent Management
General Session
Renowned rodent expert Bobby Corrigan, author of the definitive book Rodent Control: A Practical Guide for Pest Management Professionals, will share “real-world” insights about rodent biology, behavior, and control. As one of the industry’s most respected industry consultants, Corrigan has worked closely with leading pest control companies and global brands to develop rodent control programs and treatment protocols that have stood the test of time, while meeting the ever-changing demands of clients and the regulatory community. You won’t want to miss the “Master Class” from one of the world’s leading rodent experts.
Dr. Robert Corrigan
Speaker Dr. Robert Corrigan President RMC Pest Management Consulting View Bio

1:45 PM – 2:00 PM

Sponsor Presentation - Neogen
General Session
Sponsored By
Casey Prewitt
Speaker Casey Prewitt National Sales Manager, Professional Pest Neogen View Bio

2:00 PM – 2:45 PM

Marketing Tips & Strategies to Grow Your Rodent and Wildlife Business
General Session
Growing your business in the best of times can be challenging, but it’s even more daunting in the midst of a pandemic. Fortunately, one segment of the industry that continues to perform well is rodent control and wildlife management. Learn how to successfully market and sell these essential services from one of the industry’s most talented marketers, a man who owned and operated a successful pest control business of his own for many years.
Hal Coleman
Speaker Hal Coleman President Coleman Services View Bio

2:45 PM – 3:00 PM

How Electronic Remote Monitoring Can Help You Inform Service and Honor Site Restrictions - ActiveSense Systems
General Session
Sponsored By
When social distancing became the norm earlier this year, Burns Pest Elimination turned to electronic remote monitoring with the ActiveSense® system to help them honor site restrictions at a senior living facility and keep an eye on rodent activity with 24/7 continuous monitoring. By reducing the need to check traps until activity was recorded, technicians were able to limit their contact with residents while providing the same level of protection. Plus, data gathered by the ActiveSense® system informed proactive service adjustments that better protect the facility from environmental rodent pressures, increasing the value provided to the customer.
Jeff Keller
Speaker Jeff Keller Technical Services Manager Burns Pest Elimination View Bio

3:00 PM – 4:00 PM

Rodenticide Pathways & Non-Target Exposure: Lessons from California
General Session
Rodenticides have been under increased scrutiny in recent years, with media coverage implicating rodenticides in the poisoning of wildlife in California and other locations. In response, researchers have begun investigating different aspects of rodenticide use and human/wildlife interactions to better understand how wildlife are becoming exposed. In this informative educational session, Dr. Niamh Quinn shares her latest findings and what they mean for the structural pest control industry, as well as what every PMP should be doing to protect future rodenticide use in the U.S.
Dr. Niamh Quinn
Speaker Dr. Niamh Quinn Human-Wildlife Interactions Adviser University of California Cooperative Extension View Bio

4:00 PM – 4:15 PM

Sponsor Presentation - Catchmaster
General Session
Sponsored By
Jim Shaver
Speaker Jim Shaver Western U.S. and Canadian Manager Catchmaster / AP&G View Bio

4:15 PM – 4:30 PM

Accelerating Digital Adoption & Implementation – Remote Monitoring for Pest Management
General Session
Sponsored By

The impact of IoT and digital tools/technologies on our businesses and in the pest management industry is inevitable. Whether it happens today, tomorrow or a year from now, digital will be the standard and a way of life for us all. We at Bayer, understand and acknowledge the fact that digital implementation can create challenges and have an impact on you and your business.

In this session, Scott Broaddus will introduce the Bayer Rodent Monitoring System (RMS) and highlight the success that new digital innovation has brought to customers in the field. Join us on December 2 to understand how Bayer can guide you and your team and position you to understand the value behind digital for your organization.

Scott Broaddus
Speaker Scott Broaddus Sales & Business Lead Bayer Digital Pest Management View Bio

4:30 PM – 5:30 PM

Advanced IPM & Outdoor Rodent Control: Field Mice, Chipmunks & Squirrels
General Session
Integrated pest management (IPM) is a critical component of any rodent control program, but its particularly important for field mice, chipmunks, and squirrels, which are among the more challenging pests PMPs encounter on a regular basis. Learn how to effectively manage and control these bothersome pests from a PMP with more than 40 years of practical industry experience, including many years as a technical director for well-known pest control companies on the East Coast.
Bill Kolbe
Speaker Bill Kolbe President WA Kolbe Consulting View Bio

5:30 PM – 5:45 PM

Conference Wrap-Up
General Session