As the global COVID-19 public health emergency continues to spread, it is creating challenges for families and businesses worldwide. For the safety of our clients and our staff, the office is currently closed to the public. Although we will be working remotely, we are accepting new clients. We are available for telephone or video conferencing. Please don’t hesitate to contact us. We are here for you.
SUMMARY: Local estate planning, elder law attorney and animal advocate, Peggy Hoyt has been featured in the Spring 2018 issue of the pet business publication, Top Women Magazine. Inspiring, encouraging, candid and sometimes humorous, the business women featured in this collection of stories are leaders and influencers in the booming $98 billion global pet industry. The ads spotlight top pet products, services, associations and media throughout North America as well as in New Zealand.
Local estate planning, elder law attorney and animal advocate, Peggy Hoyt, Co-Founder & CEO of PetFriendly.Love is featured in Spring 2018 Magazine Devoted to Top Women Pet Professionals
OVIEDO, FL JULY 10, 2018 – Peggy Hoyt of Oviedo, FL can be seen in the just-released Top Women Magazine for Spring 2018.
Now in its tenth edition, this unique biannual magazine spotlights women entrepreneurs and industry leaders in the steadily growing pet space. Women in the Pet Industry Network (WIPIN) President and Publisher Shawna Schuh says, “It allows us to showcase the talent and leadership of women doing amazing things out front and behind the scenes of the pet industry. Of special interest in the Winter 2017 issue is the headline of 2017 Pet Industry Woman of the Year (PIWY) Gila Kurtz with Dog is Good.”
This issue includes profiles on women who are making a decided mark in the pet industry. It is a hefty collection of quick-and-easy-to-read, sure-to-inspire stories and Q&As with photos. Each woman’s profile or Q&A reveals how and why she’s achieved success and how she is making life better for pets, pet parents and industry peers. In addition, there are ads for products manufactured and services offered by dozens of innovative and talented pet industry women.
The majority of those profiled serve North American pet parents, who are expected to spend $72 billion dollars by the end of 2018, according to Industry Trends. That’s nearly 60 percent of the $98 billion global pet industry. These dynamic women are key players in the pet industry’s phenomenal growth—up $24 billion over the last decade in the United States, recession and all.
Peggy Hoyt, is the Co-Founder & CEO of PetFriendly.Love. Details about her business can be found on page(s) 29-30 of the magazine.
For more details, contact Peggy Hoyt directly at Peggy@PetFriendly.Love; Twitter @PetFriendlyLuv; Facebook /PetFriendlyPartnersLLC.
About Women in the Pet Industry Network
Top Women Magazine is published by Women in the Pet Industry Network (WIPIN), an international membership networking organization where some 500 pet professionals gather to grow, give and connect. WIPIN is the only organization serving professionals in all segments of the pet industry, as well as all types of pets, including dogs, cats, birds, fish, reptiles, small animals, pocket pets, horses and exotics.
More than 120 career paths exist within the pet industry. WIPIN includes representatives from most. They include groomers, pet-sitters, vets, pet fashion designers, food and product manufacturers, artists, trainers, breeders, animal welfare advocates, PR and marketing pros, authors and bloggers, animal psychics and pet store operators.
The breadth of the WIPIN membership is unique in an additional way: It ranges from women working at their pet business single handedly or in Mom-and-Pop fashion to those managing teams, decisions and missions at a corporate level.
About the Author: Peggy Hoyt Peggy R. Hoyt practices in the areas of family wealth and legacy counselling, including trust and estate planning and administration, elder law, small business creation, succession and exit planning, real estate transactions and animal law.