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January 15, 2014

Women in the Pet Industry Network, a leading organization focused on women entrepreneurs in the pet industry, is seeking experts to share their knowledge and expertise at their All About Growth Conference & Awards Show in Portland, Ore. Aug. 14-16.

“Our goal is to help women entrepreneurs grow their pet businesses by providing a myriad of networking opportunities, online resources and educational growth meetings,” Shawna Schuh, president of WIPIN, said. “We’re seeking speakers who can help WIPIN meet this goal and continue to offer our members invaluable advice and experiences to help them succeed in the pet industry.”

WIPIN invites speaker proposals for the following overall categories for its 2014 conference: Developing effective business strategies, mastering marketing, PR and social media, maximizing networking and connecting opportunities and managing resources wisely

The first-ever The Start of Something Big! Conference & Awards Show, which spanned three days last August, connected members from across the nation. Two dozen dynamic speakers delivered captivating and enlightening presentations on business growth, strategic partnerships, effective marketing and promotion and the importance of inspiration, motivation and laughter.

“The business-to-business partnerships that were forged at the conference continue to grow and thrive,” Schuh added.

Experts interested in speaking at the conference can view the speaker application and submit their proposals at http://womeninthepetindustry.com/call-for-conference-speakers-women-in-the-pet-industry-conference-awards-show.

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