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10 ways to help independent pet shops thrive
Well-established North Norfolk pet shop for sale
Pets Choice promotes UK manufacturing with new logo
Cornish pet shop up for sale for £195,000
Butcher's named in The Times' Top 100 profit list
PATS Telford set to be a 'sell out' - 81% of stands booked
Demand for Nose-It! K-9 Pet Ball soars after TV coverage
Animal sanctuary takes over running of pet shop
PetQuip Awards launch receives enthusiastic welcome
Retailers urged to get behind the Chuckit! Challenge
Devonshire dog treats embraced by national pet retailer
Eukanuba responds to consumer shopping trends
50 firms in PetQuip-organised British pavilion at Interzoo
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Pets at Home cancels Chief Finance Officer appointment
Wanted! Sales Team Manager at Beco Pets
Chevron feeder is soaraway success for Supa
Pooch & Mutt welcomes two new starters to team
Excellent feast for ferrets
Ancol’s 2016/17 catalogue is out now
Animology gallops across the world
BETA International on target for successful 2017 trade fair
TopLife reveals new look website
New pets department to open at Webbs
PFMA welcomes new chairman
MedicAnimal launches new ‘Fugly’ campaign
Sneyd’s Wonderfeeds launches new grain free hypoallergenic puppy food
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BETA International on target for successful 2017 trade fair

BETA International 2017 is limbering up for another highly successful show as more than 70% of stand space has already been taken by companies from the UK and overseas.

“With nine months to go until next year’s trade fair, things are continuing to gather momentum at an incredibly positive rate,” said BETA International sales manager James Palmer.

“This puts us in a fantastic position and allows us to consolidate and shift up a gear as we move forward into the second half of the year.”

New faces set to appear at BETA International 2017 include Peter Horobin Saddlery, from Australia, Stiefel, Innopha GmbH, from Germany, Nacri Naturalis, from France, MIT Surgical, from Pakistan, and UK companies HUF Designs, Alice Reins and Horse Empire.

BETA International is the world’s leading equestrian, country clothing, outdoor and pet product trade exhibition.

Next year’s show, sponsored by bit and bitting specialist Neue Schule, takes place at the NEC, Birmingham, from 22 to 24 January.

For information about exhibiting, contact James Palmer, telephone +44 (0)1937 582111 or email

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