Autumn events. PestWorld, PestTech & Parasitec

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Three events. Three countries. Three opportunities to catch-up on what”s new in the industry, discuss the latest ideas or just meet-up with friends and colleagues. One thing pest control is not short of is a selection of first-class and highly relevant events to choose from.

There is much to appeal to pest control professionals at these events. But what frequently strikes you is how similar pest control is around the world – the same issues – and often the same people! So, read on and see which, or all, of the autumn events you fancy.

But if you can”t make it – all is not lost!Pestwill be attending all three events and will keep you posted on develpments – both in special editions ofPest+immediately after the event, or as reports in the following edition ofPestmagazine.

PestWorld – 17 to 20 October, Boston, USA
First on the list is the big American event – PestWorld 2012 organised by NPMA. To be held this in Boston, Massachusetts at the John B Hynes Veterans Memorial Convention Center. Further details from NPMA – click here.

PestTech – 7 November, Birmingham, UK
The UK pest control industry will, once again, be gathering at PestTech 2012. As in previous years, this popular event organised by NPTA is to be held at the National Motorcycle museum near Birmingham. This one-day exhibition will be followed by the Pest Control News dinner. Click here for further details or to see a report from 2011 click here.

Parasitec – 14 to 16 November, Paris, France
To be held once again in Paris, but at a new venue, is Parasitec 2012. The Espace Champerret in Paris is the new location for this sucessful exhibition. Click here for information.

Check the Pest diary dates page
Throughout the year Pest keeps abreast of the dates of conferences and events as the details are released. Keep on eye on this page by clicking here for further details

Have fun!

Boston in the fall

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Arc de Triomophe
Christmas shopping in Paris?

PestWorld panorama
Whichever event you go to – the exhibition is at the centre of affairs 

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