With the New Year upon us, leaders will be looking ahead to determine how 2018 will pan out, so here are the business concepts expected to boom.
Britain’s workplaces are becoming an increasingly pet-friendly environment, with one in five employers now allowing staff to bring animals in from home.
There is a buzz in the pet industry around the market growth in raw food for dogs and cats. We heard from one individual whose business in the sector is on the rise.
Inspired by the ITV2 programme, an online marketplace for camping is launching a Love Island for dogs in a bid to help man’s best friend find the one.
Describing itself as the UK’s alternative to kennels, Barking Mad recently scooped the title of Micro Business of the Year at the Amazon Growing Business Awards. We caught up with co-founder Richard Dancy to find out more.
The phrase hasn’t entered the general business lexicon yet, but we’ll be hearing a lot more about B Corp over the next few months.
Ever wonder what it would be like to have your dog come with you to the office? A surprising number of businesses now recognise the added value of allowing them in the workplace – so we talked to Pooch & Mutt boss Guy Blaskey on how his dog Pepper has truly helped the company.
The UK is currently experiencing a rare heatwave and luxury ice cream company The Cowlick Creamery has capitalised on the temperature spike to introduce a new range for man's best friend.
The UK travel business could substantially up its revenue by providing more pet-friendly packages, according to the founder of lifestyle website PetsPyjamas.