Kylee Enwright is the Director of CPR Pest Management Services. Kylee is experienced in sales and marketing and is responsible for the development of the marketing strategy, performance tracking, evaluation and cost estimating for her company, also managing the online presence of the business. In 2018, Kylee achieved recognition in the pest industry for her business when she was awarded 2018 Pest Manager of the Year – Micro Business – Finalist. Kylee holds a Certificate III in Pest Management, Certificate of Competency Exterra Termite Interception and Baiting Systems and has undergone technical training in the installation of JH Termite Protection Barrier, being an authorised installer of Jinhong. She has also completed the T3i Training Programme and is a Termatrac certified technician. During the busy periods Kylee takes on the role of technician, delivering a full range of pest control services including quoting for termite baiting systems and commercial premises.
Tracey Eyles is Business Manager of Scorpion Pest Management, responsible for overseeing and supervising the company’s activities and employees, administration activities and the financials of the business. Tracey alongside with her husband established Scorpion Universal Pest Management in 2008. Tracey is the driving force behind Scorpions “Keen to get Green” campaign where Scorpions team are actively involved in the community, whether it be through educational purposes, voluntary programs, or monetary contributions, relating to environmental conservation. Through training, new policies and procedures that Tracey has introduced to the Scorpion team, they have been finalists in many awards with the latest one being the winners of Worksafe Tasmania Excellence in Work and safety culture in a small business.
Kuyan Rider is the manager at Conquer Termites Northside, a franchise of Conquer Australia that operates north of the Brisbane river from the CBD to Bribie Island. Kuy is currently successfully maintaining the sanity of 7 technicians, a business owner, a franchisor and a casual administrator by supplying some assortment of skill in accounts, HR, IT, sales & marketing, scheduling and event planning. Kuy has a varied interest in study from psychology to Digital Media & Technology and has most recently obtained units towards her Certificate 3 in Urban Pest Management. Whilst working in the pest control industry for the past 9 years Kuy has grown her passion for providing honest, reliable, trained & trustworthy pest and termite technicians to homeowners throughout Brisbane.
Stephanie Paddick currently looks after 13 franchisees in SA and 16 in Sydney & Country NSW. She also owns and runs Jim’s Termite & Pest control Mawson Lakes (SA). In 2011 Stephanie went to start own company and ended up buying a Jim’s Termite & Pest control franchise. In 2012 she bought a second franchise so her husband could join her full time. In 2013 she was offered the regional franchisor rights to Jim’s Pest control SA. 2015 Stephanie was asked to become Divisional manager for Australia, helping the other regional franchisors (6 franchisors over 10 regions) and assisting with all franchisees (80+). In early 2016 she was asked to manage the region of Sydney & Country NSW and in late 2016 bought the regional franchisor rights to Sydney & Country NSW. Stephanie is now in the process of training new franchisees in NSW.
Fastkil pest control services is a family owned business operating in the South Pacific since 1999. The company is owned by female director Asita Devi Deo who has had 21 years of experience in the field and management. Asita currently has 65 employees working with her, 5 of them full time female technicians who work under her guidance. Asita has won many awards such as businesswoman of the year 2013 and taking Fastkil to win Pest Manager of the Year in 2015/2016/2018.
Jenny Jordan Is the Owner Operator of A1 Pest Control Canberra. Getting into the Online Marketing Space 13 years ago after her Husband suffered a near Fatal Motorbike accident that left her responsible for providing for the family. She desperately sought ways to make a living. As Fate would have it, her brother who was in the Pest Control Industry suggested she try her hand at the Industry. At first, she thought he was crazy. What did she know about Pest Control? Besides, wasn’t this a male dominated Industry? But necessity is the mother of invention.The Rest as they say is History. Forced to turn lemons into lemonade, Jenny took her online marketing experience and previous management experience to learn all she could about the new role and built it into a service business with 5 vans and 5 employees servicing Canberra and 5 surrounding areas.