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Media 2020

International Pest Control (IPC) magazine is an independent, bimonthly magazine . It is the leading magazine in the world dealing with all aspects of pest prevention and pest eradication.

Because pests recognise no national boundaries, the problems they cause are increasingly approached from an international perspective. IPC provides authoritative reviews of pest control developments worldwide, with news, articles, reviews, features and comments. It is published in the interest of everyone concerned with the control of infestation of all types – in agriculture; in food manufacturing, storage and distribution; in domestic, commercial and industrial premises. It uniquely provides information on all markets, all pests, whether bird, insect, fungal, weed or mammal.

IPC keeps its readers informed of trends in new techniques, new chemicals, new products, and new methods of applying existing remedies – these are the practical tools of the pest control industry the world over.

The magazine also provides information on control and protection against various diseases transmitted by insects.

We have upgraded our system to allow access to issues from January 2018 onwards via mobile and tablet devices. Subscribers, will have free access to all issues from January 2004 to December 2017 via any computer browser, and all issues from January 2018 via any browser, tablet, or mobile device.

Subscription (6 Issues): Institutional Rate £156 Personal Rate £85 . To subscribe please visit https://international-pest-control.com/subscribe.

Special Features and Extra Distribution 2020

Vol 62 – 2020 Issues

Special Features

Extra Distribution

Jan-Feb 2020
62 (1)
Pests in the Hospitality Industry.
You don’t want to be a meal for bed bugs and you don’t want your meal to have been food for cockroaches. Pests in the hospitality industry can ruin the reputation of establishments and lead to their downfall. We look at how pest controllers can help keep the bugs at bay.
PPCLive 2020
Harrogate, UK
11 Mar 2020

Pest-Protect 2020,
Berlin, Germany,
18-19 Mar2020.

Mar-Apr 2020
62 (2)
Impact of Climate Change on Pest Management.
It seems highly likely that the changing climate will result in the spread of diseases, weeds, and pests of all types. Can we predict this and are we ready for the change? What other aspects of climate change will affect our industry?
ConExPest 2020
Torun, Poland
May-Jun 2020
62 (3)
Managing Storage Pests.
The loss of food following harvest is staggering and could be as high as 40% (FAO).  With an ever-growing population we cannot afford this loss and so we look at what we can do to ensure more of the food we grow is available to feed people.
Jul-Aug 2020
62 (4)
Technology in Pest Control.
One way of reducing pesticide use and avoiding non-target damage is to just treat the pest and nothing else. New technologies offer just this opportunity. Drones, AI, hand held devices and, of course, the internet of things all have their application in Pest Control. 

FAOPMA Pest-Summit 2020
Manila, Philipines
23-25 Sept 2020

PestWorld 2020
Nashville, USA
13-16 Oct 2020

 

Sep-Oct 2020
62 (5)
Biocontrol and IPM.
Moving away from the use of agrochemicals is a growing trend and the removal of many key pesticides from our armoury by legislators has accelerated the search for alternatives. Biocontrol and IPM have been with us for years and they may be the future of pest control.
Nov-Dec 2020
62 (6)
Pests of Crop & Amenity Trees.
It seems that we have been very successful at facilitating the spread of pests and diseases of trees around the world, whether the tree is a crop or “just” decorative. Virtually every tree species and most tree crops seem to be under threat from invasive pests or diseases. Can we slow this process?

IPC magazine was first published in 1958 and for over 60 years has been bringing the latest news, views, opinion and technical reports to you our readers. In every issue, as well as our special features above, we have sections on Public Health, Animal Health, Agriculture, Horticulture and Forestry. We always welcome interesting articles from our readers and would like to hear from you if you feel you can contribute. Contact Dr Chris Endacott, the editor, on: editor@international-pest-control.com

Media 2020

Please note the current sample copy Jan/Feb 2018 will be replaced by the Jan/Feb 2020 issue when it is available. The Jan/Feb 2020 issue will remain as the sample copy for the next two years.

See current sample copy

The Ad rate will also include the following extra benefits

1 – Ad will be hyperlinked to the advertisers web-site from the online/digital versions of the issue.
2 – Advertisers company Logo (max size 120x120px and hyperlink to the advertisers web-site) will be on the Table of Contents alert email campaign go out to apprx 3000 emails for the issue.
3 – Additional ToC information will be circulated via IPC – Facebook Page , Twitter, LinkedIn Group,

Should you wish to support your advertisement with a suitable editorial we can provide editorial space. Please note the supporting editorial should be technical but can have information on your product (as long as it’s not all PR/sales pitch) – all editorial published subject to the editor’s approval.

All Ads booked for JanFeb 2020 issue (the new sample copy) will be charges at full rate unless, it’s a Half or Full page, 4 to 6 series in which case the appropriate discounted rate will apply.

Standard Rates are:

  • Full Page Inside Front Cover – GBP £1295 / USD $2590.
  • Full Page Inside Back Cover – GBP £1295 / USD $2590.
  • Full Page Outside Back cover – GBP £1295 / USD $2590.
  • Full Page Inside issue – GBP £995 / USD $1990.
  • Half Page – GBP £490 / USD $980.
  • Quarter Page – GBP £350 / USD $700

We can offer you the following discounts on series rates booked for 2020

All single Ads (any size) as per the standard rate above.

Full Page

  • 2-series @ 15% discount. (Excluding JanFeb 2020 entry which will be at the full rate).
  • 3-series @ 20% discount. (Excluding JanFeb 2020 entry which will be at the full rate).
  • 4-series @ 25% discount.
  • 5-series @ 30% discount.
  • 6-series @ 35% discount.

Half Page

  • 2-series @ 10% discount. (Excluding JanFeb 2020 entry which will be at full rate).
  • 3-series @ 15%discount. (Excluding JanFeb 2020 entry which will be at full rate).
  • 4-series @ 20% discount.
  • 5-series @ 25% discount.
  • 6-series @ 30% discount

Quarter Page

  • 2-series @ 5% discount. (Excluding JanFeb 2020 entry which will be at full rate).
  • 3-series @ 7.5%discount. (Excluding JanFeb 2020 entry which will be at full rate).
  • 4-series @ 10% discount. (Excluding JanFeb 2020 entry which will be at full rate).
  • 5-series @ 12.5% discount. (Excluding JanFeb 2020 entry which will be at full rate).
  • 6-series @ 15% discount. (Excluding JanFeb 2020 entry which will be at full rate).

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For further information on submitting an article(s) or booking advertising space in IPC  magazine or web-site
please contact: – Ras Patel on raspatel@researchinformation.co.uk

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