Four goals set during the P3 Summit will shape the pest management industry’s future
On May 18-20, the National Pest Management Association (NPMA) hosted the P3 Summit at the Biltmore Hotel in Coral Gables, Florida. During this interactive strategic planning session, nearly 100 industry professionals came together, including Board members from the NPMA, the Professional Pest Management Alliance (PPMA) and QualityPro, as well as the NPMA Super Committee. “It was a pretty broad group and a very engaged group,” remarked Russ Ives, president of Rose Pest Solutions and past NPMA president.
This diverse group of pest management professionals held in-depth discussions to better understand the needs of its members, identify significant industry challenges, refine the association’s vision and set a clear strategic direction.
“With the juxtaposition of an outgoing CEO and Board of Directors and an incoming CEO and Board of Directors, NPMA faced an extraordinarily unique opportunity to build on its historic successes, respond to its future challenges, take advantage of future opportunities and remain flexible and nimble enough to adapt to changes—even those unforeseen,” explained Chuck Tindol, owner of Allgood Pest Solutions in Knoxville, Tennessee and current NPMA president.
Keep reading to learn how the outcomes of the P3 Summit will set the stage for the pest management industry’s future.
By Amy Bell