PIF Reveals Programme of Webinars for Members

by | Jan 18, 2024 | Associations, News | 0 comments

PIF announces webinar series

The Pet Industry Federation (PIF) has today revealed the initial line-up of short, hour-long webinars taking place over the next few weeks to support its members in their professional development.

The webinars will cover a range of topics including how to scale Meta adverts, a clipper and scissor workshop, a new way to feed raw and look into salon management software.

The webinars are free to attend for PIF members and some of them will also be open to non-members. More webinars are being planned and will be uploaded to the PIF website when they have been confirmed. PIF aims to develop a webinar programme which covers the whole year.

Daniel Everett, PIF Operations Manager who has designed the organisation’s webinar programme said: ‘We know from talking to our members that keeping up to date with knowledge and training to help their business is a really key reason for them joining PIF. We are developing a wide-ranging programme which covers bases for all of our members and allows for easy access during their busy working week. We are grateful to the experts who are willing to devote their time and share their knowledge on these insightful webinars and delighted to reveal the schedule so far.’

For further information about the webinar schedule and to register to attend them, please visit: https://petfederation.co.uk/events/

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