The Boardroom Buzz is the go-to resource for cutting-edge insight on strategy, valuation and mergers & acquisitions in the pest control industry. The Buzz is the podcast for shareholders, board members and senior managers in the pest control industry.
Presented by the Potomac Pest Control Group. Hosted by Patrick Baldwin and Paul Giannamore.
Pest control in Europe is different, but how? Futura Germany CEO Daniel Schröer steps in to share the perspective from his side of The Pond. There is more pressure to be green in Europe, in fact, the IPM pyramid takes on a new shape. Is this interview the beginning of getting on the same page for “green” in the industry?
Recurring will always be main stage, but is there room for expanded services to play second fiddle? Sure, you can make the argument that pests have evolved, but how has the industry evolved over the last 20 years? It’s interesting to hear how the strategics view add-on services versus private equity.
Welcome @cassiethebugdoc aka the face of Terminix into The Boardroom. Cassie Krejci PhD takes an approachable expert approach as she oversees training, safety, and compliance for Terminix’s over 11,400 employees.
Years before Boardroom Buzz fans celebrated their 100th episode, Paul participated as a guinea pig back in his Cornell college days. It turns out the research became of one psychology’s most recognized studies, the Dunning-Kruger effect. Is there a better way to celebrate 100 episodes than sitting down with Dunning-Kruger’s David Dunning PhD?
Andrea Brubaker takes us back to earlier days at Triple S. Triple S, you say? Yes, Episode 5 Tony Sfreddo’s Triple S. From shame to shamelessly fabulous, Andrea breaks down prospecting, hiring, compensation and more in the sales-centric chat.
They say that history repeats itself, but where (or when) do we look back to see what’s in store for this economic outlook? Pest control thrived in 2020. Should a similar outcome be expected for this economic cycle? Help us welcome back Wall Street equity analyst Jamie Clement for another chat in The Boardroom.
While David Billingsly and his team identified and developed leaders, quick growth presented its own set of problems. From bringing in business coaches to building leadership programs, this Boardroom chat dives into the dynamics of personal development. What boundaries need to exist for healthy coaching relationships?
You don’t want to miss this conversation with Byron Gifford. There are grandaddies of door-to-door, but there’s only one “great grandaddy”. Even before Eclipse, Byron laced up his tennies at SalesNet. See for yourselves; he’s older than he looks. Byron has more than his fair share of hard times. After running (yes, literally running) doors his second summer, the anticipated $60k backend came up really short. Through financial and physical trials, Byron has found a way to overcome.
Take a stroll down memory lane as Frank and Cindy Miller step into the San Juan Boardroom. It’s clear that opposites attract as you hear about their background going back to when they met in the ‘60s. The couple open up about the difficulties they faced together - over the decades as well as recent history.
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