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25 August 2022

PestWorld, Boston: Early bird registration ends soon


If you are one of the many international delegates planning to attend PestWorld 2022 in Boston this October don’t delay making your booking, as the special discounted early bird registration rate ends on 14 September 2022.


Where: John B Hynes Veterans Memorial Convention Center in Boston, Massachusetts, USA
When: 11-14 October 2022. 

Organised by the National Pest Management Association (NPMA), the full programme, details of exhibitors and all the registration information is available on the PestWorld website.

Special PestWorld room rates at the headquarters hotel, the Sheraton Boston hotel, also end on 14 September.

Packed programme

It's going to be a very busy four days with a whole host of technical sessions to choose from, plus the fully booked 200 booth exhibition to attend. 

The event kicks off with a bang at the opening ceremony on Tuesday afternoon, with an appearance from the Boston Police Gaelic Column of Pipes and Drums, followed by the opening of the exhibition. 

At the opening general session on 12 October, John O’Hurley, award-winning actor and New York Times bestselling author, will address delegates.

On 13 October, Alex Sheen, one of the world’s foremost experts on accountability and commitment, will speak at the industry awards and general session.

For international delegates, Orkin is once again sponsoring the international reception on the Wednesday night. This is a great place to catch up with all those from overseas. 

And on Friday there is to be a meeting of the Global Pest Management Coalition (GPMC). Details of this are available on the PestWorld 2022 website. 

Specific details for international visitors can be found on the PestWorld website, along with information should a visa be required.

Full details regarding registration and hotels offering PestWorld discounts are on the PestWorld 2022 website.


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