Knoxville, TN, January 3, 2019– Nisus Corporation publishes a candid round table discussion that offers insight into bad pest control company behavior, learning what is needed to land (and keep) commercial accounts and the brutal honesty with clients that may be required to really get rid of a bad small fly issue. The video can
Knoxville, TN – Nisus Corporation announces the addition of Jim Sparks in a key role as Area Territory Manager. Sparks is a seasoned sales professional who brings energy and experience to the team as he takes on the responsibility of the mountain states including WA, OR, MT, ID, WY, UT, CO, AZ and NM. “Joining
Knoxville, TN – Nisus Corporation, a leading manufacturer of sustainable pest control products, is pleased to announce that Marty Keane has joined the Nisus team as Territory Manager. Keane is a seasoned sales professional in the pest control industry and will be focused on building relationships with pest control companies and distributors in the south-central
Knoxville, TN – When the team from Nisus Corporation arrived in Houston shortly after the devastation of Hurricane Harvey, it quickly became apparent that many people there had no experience with flooding and no idea what to do after a flood. “That prompted us to create the Basic Cleanup After Flooding video posted on the
Nisus Corporation, a leading manufacturer of sustainable wood preservatives and pest control products, welcomes Mark Manning, PhD, as its new Business Development Manager. As an expert who has focused his research in the area of borates as biocides for engineered wood products, Manning will be an essential part of Nisus’ continued growth as a global
Knoxville, TN – Nisus Corporation, a leading manufacturer of pest control products and sustainable wood preservatives, welcomes Mike Purcell as the new Southeast Territory Manager. With skills in building lasting relationships, superior customer service and demonstrating quality leadership, Mike is prepared to bring his territory of North Carolina, South Carolina, Georgia and Alabama to the