A retailer’s biggest competitor is often themself.
A strong economy flush with private equity capital should make this another banner year for investment in the very attractive pet care market.
Over the past decade, the Human Animal Bond Research Institute has established its presence as a trusted resource of information on the human-animal bond.
The Bird Enjoyment & Advantage Koalition creates National Pet Bird Day to celebrate the joys and benefits of pet bird ownership, and in turn, support pet bird businesses around the nation.
Hosting an online “pawty” can help retailers find significant financial success.
The outgoing chair of the Pet Industry Joint Advisory Council looks back at the great strides that have been made within the pet care community.
Pet parents are seeking out products that are environmentally-friendly, contain ancient grains and include calming qualities.
Celeste Powers, president of the Pet Industry Distributors Association, discusses how the pet industry’s specialty distributors can be a valuable partner to retailers and manufacturers alike.
Learn how to keep your customers interested in shopping.
Steve King, CEO of the American Pet Products Association, discusses the ongoing evolution of his organization and the pet industry, overall.
Creating a perfect sales team requires attention to the hiring, training and performance processes.
Global Pet Expo offers retailers the opportunity to network with other professionals, discover the latest trends and learn a thing or two about what their business may be missing.
Taking advantage of the opportunities Facebook and Instagram provide can spell more success for your pet business.
In order to compete with online retailers, brick-and-mortar stores need to deliver in ways e-commerce can’t.
Anne Ferrante, senior vice president of member relations and business development for the American Pet Products Association, discusses the variety of market research resources that the organization offers to its membership.
Andrew Darmohraj, executive vice president and COO of the American Pet Products Association, explains how the pet industry’s premier trade show continues to grow not only in size, but also in the value it provides to exhibitors and buyers alike.
The pet store chains that make up Pet Business’ annual Top 25 Pet Retailers list are facing many of the same challenges as their smaller counterparts in the channel.
When it comes to marketing pet technology, there needs to be a balance between demonstrating its purpose while highlighting its advantages.
The stain and odor management category is an opportunity for retailers to showcase their knowledge and point customers in the right direction.