The Definitive Guide to Rentokil
Fr. 35.50
ISBN: 978-0-85719-507-4
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Rentokil is the heart and soul of pest control. A brand synonymous with its field and familiar to all. Innovative, ground-breaking, highly professional; renowned for scientific rigour and go-the-extra-mile customer service. At last, here's a book that tells the full story of Rentokil's rise into an international powerhouse - and the pest problems it encountered and solved along the way. The Pest Detectives explores the origins of the brand, including the story of founder Professor Harold Maxwell-Lefroy, a brilliant yet tragic figure; Britain's first Imperial Entomologist and one of the foremost scientific minds of the early 20th century. It covers the personalities, big deals, landmark assignments and technical accomplishments that shaped the business. But as well as looking back, The Pest Detectives is very much a book about the business today: the culture, the strategy, the significant investment in innovation and training required to ensure Rentokil will still be at the forefront of the pest control market another 90 years from now. Through interviews with senior managers and talented 'pest detectives' on the ground, Rob Gray paints a picture of what the brand stands for and where it is going. A compelling picture of the greatest pest control business there has ever been.

Rentokil is the heart and soul of pest control. A brand synonymous with its field and familiar to all. Innovative, ground-breaking, highly professional; renowned for scientific rigour and go-the-extra-mile customer service. At last, here's a book that tells the full story of Rentokil's rise into an international powerhouse - and the pest problems it encountered and solved along the way. The Pest Detectives explores the origins of the brand, including the story of founder Professor Harold Maxwell-Lefroy, a brilliant yet tragic figure; Britain's first Imperial Entomologist and one of the foremost scientific minds of the early 20th century. It covers the personalities, big deals, landmark assignments and technical accomplishments that shaped the business. But as well as looking back, The Pest Detectives is very much a book about the business today: the culture, the strategy, the significant investment in innovation and training required to ensure Rentokil will still be at the forefront of the pest control market another 90 years from now. Through interviews with senior managers and talented 'pest detectives' on the ground, Rob Gray paints a picture of what the brand stands for and where it is going. A compelling picture of the greatest pest control business there has ever been.

Autor Gray, Rob
Verlag Harriman House Publishing
Einband Fester Einband
Erscheinungsjahr 2015
Seitenangabe 296 S.
Lieferstatus Folgt in ca. 15 Arbeitstagen
Ausgabekennzeichen Englisch
Abbildungen colour illustrations
Masse H24.4 cm x B16.4 cm x D3.3 cm 1'102 g

Über den Autor Gray, Rob

Rob Gray has written about marketing and brands for over two decades. He is a longstanding, regular contributor to the Chartered Institute of Marketing's magazine The Marketer, and since 2000 Rob has worked in a freelance capacity as head of editorial content at the International Public Relations Association, where he is responsible for commissioning and editing the highly respected IPRA Thought Leadership series of essays. His insightful journalism on brands, marketing and communications has appeared in a wide variety of publications, from leading newspapers such as The Financial Times and The Guardian through to business titles including Marketing, Campaign, Broadcast, PR Week, HR Magazine, The Grocer and Management Today. He also works as a copywriter and marketing consultant. You can follow him on Twitter @RobGrayWriter.

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