The industry's 100 largest firms, ranked according to 2021 revenues.
Before saying yes to any deal, here’s what every pest professional should know about private equity investors and how they affect the industry.
From a mergers and acquisitions point of view, 2021 was straightforward until December when Rentokil Initial announced its intention to buy Terminix Global Holdings. This one transaction will dramatically reshape the U.S. pest control industry. However, setting aside this one deal, how did the rest of the industry fare last year?
The industry has rocked and rolled recently. But a look beneath the surface shows the reasons behind recent upheavals and how to continue capitalizing on them.
Naming a business is more than clever puns or making sure you show up first in Google’s algorithms. It represents you and your values, so changing it is no small undertaking.
San Diego-based Lloyd Pest Control looked within for its new president, 32-year company vet Scott Crowley.
With the benefit of hindsight, former pest control company owners Stuart and Dan Aust share the lessons they’ve learned from more than 30 years in the industry.
Owner Matt Jesson says his firm became a Top 100 company through the generosity of mentorship and prioritization of building a strong leadership team.
The big get bigger. Rentokil is already the world’s largest pest control firm, and soon it will become the largest in the U.S. with the acquisition of Terminix.
After in-person meetings in Washington, D.C., Legislative Day moved virtual for congressional visits.
South Dakota PCO wins PCT’s 20th annual photo contest.
That is the question when it comes to pest ants. Entomologist Daniel R. Suiter, Ph.D., helps you break down the decision.
How can PMPs use mosquito surveillance to protect people and the environment?
Understanding customer motivations will help you grow your mosquito control service.
A multifaceted partnership inviting private and public sectors to the table resulted in an innovative launch for stomping out mosquitoes.
How do pest management professionals move from “good enough” to “best in class?” What can they do to create the safest and healthiest environments possible? Gokhan Vergon, head of Pest Management and Public Health, explains how thinking in terms of total solutions — not just products — can help pest management professionals solve problems, seize opportunities and grow a satisfied customer base.
Bird control is a critical component of a full-service pest management program but can be quickly overlooked. Mike Dougherty, Bird B Gone’s bird control and product expert, discusses the importance of incorporating bird control as a preventative action and not a reactionary treatment. Acting early can prevent future complications.
In2Care is a unique solution — there is nothing else like it for mosquito control. Therefore, the Dutch company often gets interesting questions. Ted Worster has been in the pest control industry for many years and now works with the In2Care team to support the significant growth of the U.S. market.
Your pest management company strives to deliver exceptional customer service, so why not have a best-in-class accounting software backing it up? Sage Intacct’s cloud-based accounting software provides companies with critical real-time operational and financial data. It allows you to do more with less and delivers verifiable ROI quickly.
Uncovering the root of a serious mosquito problem allowed these customers to once again enjoy their Texas backyard. What can you learn from this mosquito horror story?
Seventy-one percent of PMPs said the number of customer requests for mosquito control increased significantly or somewhat in 2021, found the 2022 PCT State of the Mosquito Control Market survey. That’s up from 59 percent who reported an increase in customer requests for mosquito service in 2020.