Target Specialty Products to host webinar on January 20

Target Specialty Products will host a webinar titled “Navigating the Financial Minefields of the Pest Management Industry” on January 20 at 1:30 pm EST.

Dan Gordon, CPA, is Pest control professional financial columnist for the magazine. He will discuss how operating both efficiently and profitably is a crucial part of overall financial health. In the webinar, he will discuss the “Business Results List” and how critical it is to create and maintain a profitable operation.

The list provides users with a resource for benchmarking and key performance indicators (KPIs) used in operational improvement, internal analysis, and the process of completing an acquisition.

At the end of the webinar, there will be a question-and-answer session.

Registration for the webinar is now available.

Gordon is licensed to practice in New Jersey. His expertise is in entrepreneurship and the management of new businesses. He was personally involved in the creation of two pest control companies with over 100 full-time employees. Gordon was also employed by Deloitte LLP, an international accounting and consulting firm, as an auditor and tax consultant working on transaction structures and tax planning for private business owners. Additionally, Gordon owned, operated, developed and sold a pest control business in northern New Jersey in the 1990s.

He currently owns PCO Bookkeepers, an industry accounting firm, and PCO M&A Specialists, a consulting firm specializing in pest management business creation and exit planning. Both are based in Newton, NJ

Gordon has also written and presented for the National Pest Management Association (NPMA), National Pest Management Associations and Pest control professional magazine on:

  • Tax minimization strategies
  • For-profit pricing
  • Efficient routing
  • How to Develop a Pest Management / KPI and Benchmarking Business
  • Exit strategies – families / third parties

He graduated from the University of the North with a degree in accounting and management.

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