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On April 5, Univar leadership will engage with PMPs from around the country with a unique virtual event, “6 Ways to Drive Business Forward with Univar.”
Univar Employees Trace McEuen, Karl Kisner, and Andrew Assir will speak with customers about how our exclusive digital resources, including the new Univar Online Store, can enhance and streamline their important work.
From top-level utility to the details of how certain tools work, PMPs will get a solid understanding of how to get more value from Univar every day. You’ll learn how to make repeat orders instantly, quickly access product labels, and much more.
Plus, after hitting these business-driving issues, presenters will field questions from attendees in an open Q&A format. It’s certainly an opportunity you won’t want to miss.
Can’t participate live on April 5th? Don’t worry — you can still watch a recording of the virtual event online at any time. Register for the event and if you are unable to find time on the 5th you will receive a follow up email with a link to watch!
If you have any follow-up questions of your own, reach out to your Univar representative, who will be happy to explain the subjects covered in detail.
We’d like to extend our thanks to everyone who has already registered for the virtual event, either live or later on, and we can’t wait to see how you use our new online resources to drive your business forward.
Mr. Pest Control
What sort of behavior are we viewing when we see dense clumps of ‘daddy long legs’ nestled together? Is it related to reproduction? Defense? Are there any aggregation pheromones involved?
Can you give me some pointers on being the best pest management technician in our company?