In This Issue
Mixed reaction to launch of new pet trade show
PFMA wins prestigious Digital Campaign of the Year award
Burgess Hill pet store completes transformation
AmPet to distribute PoopPot in the UK
Pet firms risk losing out on talented staff, argues recruitment expert
Raise your profile at top pet industry event
Pooch & Mutt listed as one of the UK’s top ethical brands
Beaphar FIPROtec continues on the road to success
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Pets at Home launches new brand of cat and dog food
Raising awareness of the dangers of hot cars
Mikki introduces Mighty Muzzles to training range
Winners announced for first BVA photography competition
TopSpec expands veterinary nutrition team
One pet abandoned every hour, says the RSPCA
Pet shop worker to run Great North Run in memory of beloved puppy
Society of Master Saddlers launches new website
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Raise your profile at top pet industry event

Pet businesses have an opportunity to promote themselves and raise their profile at the 2016 Pet Industry Federation Forum & Awards.

The event, which takes place on Tuesday 1 November at Wokefield Park hotel, near Reading, brings together the UK pet industry and provides invaluable networking and learning opportunities.

A variety of sponsorship packages have been developed to suit all budgets and cover both the main daytime Forum and the 1950s-themed Pet Industry Federation Awards dinner in the evening.

The packages enable businesses to align themselves with the Forum, gain exposure and publicity ahead of and during the event, and provide them with the chance to bag the best seats in the house!

In a change to previous years, the Forum will take place on one day, and will be packed with strong speakers and a robust programme that tackles some crucial issues affecting our industry today. The final Forum programme will be announced in August.

Topics will include:
  • Safeguarding the future of the pet industry
  • Delivering success in a changing landscape
  • Pet health – opportunities for the pet industry and for animal welfare
  • Pet sales: the future

The black-tie Pet Industry Federation Awards dinner will provide a fitting climax to the daytime conference. The Awards will be presented by TV’s ‘Rimmer’ from Red Dwarf and Mr Brittas, aka comedian and TV actor, Chris Barrie.

If you would like to know about sponsorship opportunities for the event, visit the Pet Industry Federation website, or contact Alexandra Baker at; 01234 224509.

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