Download this year’s Top 100 list.
A map showing where each Top 100 firm is located in North America. Plus a review of the companies no longer on the list due to M&A activity.
All the same names in all the same places? Not by a long shot. The Top 100 list looks very different this year, thanks to historic levels of M&A activity. What does this breakup mean for the industry at large?
Whether you decide to sell your company because you want to retire or go on to something else, or because someone has made you an incredible oferr, selling can be a tough process.
"Never pursue an acquisition in which the employees are not better off as a result."
Including family members in many different capacities is key to growth.
PCT sat down for an exclusive interview with Terminix Commercial President Kelly Kambs and Copesan Services President Deni Naumann.
This Oregon company’s focus on natural products pays dividends.
Diversifying service offerings a key to success for Florida firm.
The acquisition marks Anticimex's first entry into the all-important Florida market.
OPC was the largest independent pest control company based in Kentucky.
Forget the business school approach. When Plunkett’s acquired Varment Guard earlier this year, the owners sat at the table like family to figure out the best way to bring together their two companies.
N.C. firm is embracing change by embracing millennials.
In June, PCT will host a bed bug virtual conference, which you can attend from your office or home!
Mold remediation and restoring pest barriers following flooding can provide PMPs with new service offerings.
Spiders are found in virtually every home in North America, but service technicians could still benefit from learning some ‘fun facts’ about these ubiquitous pests.
An energized group of PCOs and other industry stakeholders met with their congressional representatives in March.
It may take carpenter ants several years to establish a colony but that doesn’t mean they aren’t a significant pest. Here are a few tips to help you gain the upper hand.
These occasional invaders may give customers the creeps, but they’re relatively easy to control.
Is the customer experience at your pest management firm what you think it is? Third-party verification could provide answers you’re looking for.
Is your pest control company in the right mindset to innovate? If not, you’ll likely be left behind as technology continues to advance throughout the industry.
Can your firm benefit from monitoring its vehicles more closely? You’ll need to understand the data you need to have, research available options and consider whether the potential upside — both from a customer service and financial perspective — exceeds the costs involved.
According to insurance companies and law enforcement officials, distracted driving has reached epidemic proportions. Here are some tips for updating your company’s cell phone use policies.
Cyber criminals created a data breach at a pest control company through a simple email. How can you prevent the same from happening to your firm?
It’s difficult to concentrate on the task at hand when there are so many digital distractions today. Here are some tips to help you and your staff focus more effectively.
A round-up of news and product information about new technology in the pest management industry.