The organizers have come to the agreement that the trade show's new dates will not be in 2020.
The many programs, tax breaks and financial incentives that can be found within the CARES Act are a lifeline for businesses large and small.
The marketing firm claims that pet industry sales will be significantly impacted by the coronavirus.
Retailers already know the supplement category is a gold mine, but they may not be harnessing it to its full potential.
Taking proper care of pets after an injury, surgery or emergency situation can make all the difference for their recovery.
Creating a pet dental center is about more than stocking oral care products; it’s about providing a comprehensive experience for customers.
Retailers discuss the special tactics they use to capitalize on the popularity of American-made products.
The right assortment can turn new pet owners into lifelong consumers.
To reduce its carbon footprint, the entire pet industry should reevaluate its approach to product packaging and ingredients.
Industry leaders gather for a roundtable discussion on how they’ve beaten back the tide against power players like Chewy and Amazon.
The success of Global Pet Expo in the face of an emerging public health crisis illustrates just how important this event is to the pet industry.
How you set the prices in your salon can make or break your business.
Pet owners are looking beyond traditional dog food options as companies have begun manufacturing mixers and toppers to enhance the dining experience.
Min Lee, co-founder and president of brand development for Honest Paws, explains how the company’s commitment to quality, transparency and education set it apart in the CBD category.
Understanding what the words on the label actually mean can prove beneficial for the long-term health of pets.
Since transitioning from advertising to pet retail, Patricia Harris Zeller has turned the Animal Connection into a prime example of what creative marketing can accomplish.
Curating a cat toy section should be a priority to attract—and retain—customers.
By employing effective in-store merchandising techniques and staying up to date on the best materials and latest trends, retailers can maximize return in the bedding and litter categories.
Thomas Roberton, vice president of marketing for Snap21, discusses how the company’s integrated photo review app can help pet businesses better engage with current and prospective customers.
In order to expand your store’s reach, consider starting a road show.