A turbulent year for the economy has raised some serious questions about what we can expect in terms of a post-recession rebound. What does this mean for pet specialty retailers as the calendar flips to 2012?
These popular herptile species can make up the back bone of a pet specialty retailer’s herp business—all that is required is the right live inventory and the necessary supplies
customers will need to be successful.
Over the past 30 years, Concord Pet Foods and Supplies—the 2011 Pet Business Retailer of the Year—has grown into a successful 21-store retail chain by combining the owner’s hands-on approach with empowered store managers.
William Viscome, owner of Puppe Love, a manufacturer of pet clothing and accessories, as well as merchandising fixtures for these products, discusses how pet specialty retailers can boost their sales in the apparel category.
If done properly, point-of-sale marketing campaigns can be a great way for a pet specialty retailer to introduce new products, push slow-moving items out the door or simply bolster their bottom line with impulse sales.