Laura Bain Joins Veni Dog


Laura Bain joins Veni-Dog
12th April 2017

By Karen Pickwick

Petcor, the producer of Veni-Dog products, has appointed Laura Bain as its marketing executive with responsibility for developing the company’s UK market and network of stockists.

“I am overjoyed to have been given this opportunity to work with the Veni-Dog team,” said Laura. “I joined after working as a contract manager for a facilities management company, so it is a little different from what I used to do. But my previous career experience within a mixture of sectors such as sales, marketing, recruitment and hospitality has meant that I am able to lend all of my skill set to this position.

“It also allows me to be more creative. Being in a role like this is always more enjoyable if you truly believe in the products that you are promoting. I have always focused on eating a healthy diet myself, so I am really pleased the demand for more natural and nutritious products for pets is increasing.

“My main focus at Veni-Dog will be to increase our online presence and brand awareness. We already have so many stockists doing a great job for us and we want to help them, while making our product more accessible to customers.

“I will be concentrating on meeting our stockists, helping with tips on advertising and merchandising – plus visiting an array of new potential stockists and sharing our good news stories with them.”


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