Target Specialty Products is hosting a webinar on September 8


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Target Specialty Products will be hosting a free webinar on September 8 at 1:30 p.m. titled “Make your customers happy by seeing them less.”

The webinar will include Matthew Remmen, Technical Manager at Bayer; Ryan Klein, Director of Sales at Target specialty products; and Blake Dotson, national accounts manager for Bayer.

The Bayer team will deliver a business and technical presentation on the key concepts of maximizing value in this inflationary environment, according to the webinar registration page. Key points include why, how and when, and the webinar will dive into the details of what can be done to make your business more successful. The Bayer will show attendees why they do what they do and how they can use their products to improve business operations.

Participants will be invited to ask questions at the end of the presentation.

At press time, Continuing Education Units (CEUs) have been approved for the webinar in the following states: Arizona, Florida, Georgia, Idaho, Indiana, Kansas, and Kentucky.

Webinar registration is now available.

About Target Specialty Products

With over 80 years of industry experience, Target Specialty Products serves the pest control, vector, turf and ornamental solutions markets from 44 locations in the United States and Canada.

About Bayer

Based in Cary, North Carolina, Bayer’s Environmental Sciences Division in the United States is part of Germany-based Bayer, a global company with core competencies in life sciences, healthcare and nutrition. Around the world, Bayer’s products and services are designed to help people and the planet prosper by supporting efforts to master key challenges posed by a growing and aging global population. Bayer is committed to fostering sustainable development and generating a positive impact on its activities. At the same time, the group aims to increase its profitability and create value through innovation and growth. In fiscal 2021, Bayer employed about 100,000 people and had revenue of nearly $44.1 billion. R&D expenses before special items amounted to nearly $5.3 billion.

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