Digital Lessons from 400% Growth

Presented by Suburban Pest Management
Join us for a panel discussion on how our experience with digital technologies has changed our service delivery and our industry.
 
Pardon the pun on insect bites and computer terminology, but we needed to grab your attention. How do you improve the reputation of an industry like Pest Control? While behind the scenes, there have been huge developments in environmental practices and minimising the use of chemicals for the treatment of termites and other pests, the average ‘Pestie’ still lags behind on branding, marketing, and high-quality customer service. Having taken over the family business, Thomas and Kahlee Aldridge sought to transform not only their operations … but the wider industry.

Please join us and sink your teeth into a panel discussion on how our experience with digital technologies has changed all aspects of our service delivery. Take away some lessons and translate these into actions for your business. In this rare event for Suburban Pest Management, we will share our insights into:
• Digital Marketing
• Digital Dashboards / KPIs
• Digital Training
• Digital Field Work (Assets, Safety Monitoring, Detection)

Panel members include Thomas & Kahlee Aldridge, Owners of Suburban Pest Management, joined by Nicole Rety, Marketing Manager, and the discussion is facilitated by International Business Advisor, Jacob Aldridge. 

Event at a Glance

Date: Thursday 21 October
Time: 1pm to 2pm
Location: Online

About Suburban Pest Management

Our Story Suburban Pest Management is a family owned and operated business, established in Caboolture, north of Brisbane, in 1994. Richard and Angela Aldridge started the business from their home.

Richard and Angela’s aim was to provide a quality pest control serviceto their clients, and their business grew as a result. After a few years of hard work, they moved into the first business premises on Beerburrum Rd at Caboolture. Clients came from the local Caboolture / Bribie Island / Redcliffe and Pine Rivers area.