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Leading pet food trade body welcomes PR agency as Associate Member

Leading pet food trade body welcomes PR agency as Associate Member

PFMA — the leading trade body for the UK pet food industry — has announced multi-award-winning PR agency spottydog communications as its latest Associate Member, unleashing a host of new benefits for its members.

PFMA — the leading trade body for the UK pet food industry — has announced multi-award-winning PR agency spottydog communications as its latest Associate Member, unleashing a host of new benefits for its members.

See more on the PFMA Associate Membership packages here.

spottydog communications provides services across PR, social media and digital and has a wealth of experience in the pet sector, working with pet food brands such as Arden Grange, HiLife, Autarky, Fish4Dogs and more.   

PFMA is looking forward to working with spottydog communications to provide informative and relevant content for members.
 


In the meantime, spottydog is hosting a FREE virtual webinar ‘Maximise your brand’s communication impact at face-to-face events’ on 3rd March (17:00 – 18:30) to support brands looking to attend B2B and B2C events in 2022.

The expert event masterclass is perfect for marketing and event professionals, from juniors through to senior managers and directors. The content will vary across many sectors, from pet and home/property to hospitality/leisure and healthcare — a great opportunity to hear experience and tips across various sectors in this area.

For more details, and to book your place at the event, visit: www.spottydogcommunications.com/events/spotlighton-maximise-your-brands-communication-impact-at-face-to-face-events/.
 

spottydog communications now join PFMA’s other Associate Members – Anthesis Ltd, Pollen Consulting Group and Pets At Home.

For further information on becoming a PFMA Associate Member, please contact Laura Waters at laura@pfma.org.uk
 



ENDS

For further information on spottydog’s services, please contact Emily Wardle (Account Director) at emily@spottydogcommunications.com

 

About PFMA

  • PFMA is the principal trade body representing the UK pet food industry - founded in 1970, it has been serving the nation's pets for over 50 years! Its current membership accounts for over 90% of the UK market.
  • PFMA aims to be the credible voice of a responsible pet food industry.
  • Promote pet food products which are safe, of sound nutrition, palatable and which offer value for money
  • Promote responsible pet ownership
  • Raise standards in the pet food industry
  • Represent members' views to UK and EU government departments and enforcement authorities
  • Share knowledge on issues and keep members well informed on all industry wide matters
  • Stimulate the growth and reputation of the industry by encouraging understanding and good working relationships amongst those associated with pet food

 

About spottydog communications

  • spottydog communications is an award-winning PR and communications agency based in Birmingham city centre.
  • The agency’s services include PR, social media, digital, content creation, and digital, spanning across the following sectors: Pet, Hospitality & Leisure, Home & Property, B2B, Corporate and Consumer.
  • spottydog communications has won 26 industry awards, including Midlands Small Consultancy of the Year twice.
  • spottydog communications has recently been awarded one of the UK’s ‘Best Dog-Friendly Companies of 2021’ by Rover.
  • The agency is a Corporate Affiliate of the Chartered Institute of Public Relations (CIPR).

 

 

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