In This Issue
Award-winning Pure Pet Food to appear on Dragons' Den
Scampers charge 5p for carrier bags with money going to charity
Bermuda and ChapelWood brands bought by Scotts
New Pedigree Dentaflex – a new oral care chew for dogs
The Garden Centre Group to rebrand as Wyevale Garden Centres
Grooming specialists choose PATS Harrogate to showcase products
Exclusive PIF insurance package launched for dog groomers, pet sitters and pet walkers
Pioneering dog wrap soothes anxious pets in an instant
Is this the smartest cat feeder ever?
Positive signs of growth in the pet industry
Happy Paws wins prestigious award for the Easy-Tie
Collarways partner with Pampered of Milan
Ambulance service for dogs in Italy
Blooming Pet Products gets a facelift!
Nestlé strengthens commitment in Mexico
8in1 Delights dog treats developed by vets
Pet Trade Xtra New Products Guide
BETA introduces breed specific nutrition
The UK’s Number 1* normal nutrition specialist brand is proud to announce the launch of the new BETA Breed Specific Range.
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Positive signs of growth in the pet industry

The increasing demand for good sales people, particularly in the South East, is clear evidence the pet industry is growing again after several years of challenging economic conditions. That's the view of recruitment specialist Lynda Ward.

Lynda, owner of  Pet Trade Solutions, says there is an increasing demand for field sales people to cover South East territories due to new companies introducing products for the industry and others expanding.

“The South East in particular is always the first territory to be attended to in these cases and the fact that there have been so many new roles in the area this year is a very good indicator that the pet industry is moving on.

"No-one is pretending that it’s ‘easy out there’ due to the level of competition and retailers still cautious buying stock but the fact that there’s a demand for face-to-face sales skills shows that many companies are shifting up a gear and meeting the challenge head on."

Lynda is always happy to personally advise on any aspects of recruitment and marketing strategy and can be contacted on 07946 743784 or at

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