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Loving Pets expands to Australia

Published: 2 November 2018 - Kiran Grewal

Loving Pets, named in an international ‘fastest growing’ company list, has seen its foray in Australia take off.

Since its launch in June, Loving Pets Australia has already picked up many new customers across the continent and received positive feedback at the Australian trade show “AusPet”.

Pictured, from left to right: Malcolm Hall (Managing Director/Owner Australia), George Patience (Managing Director/Owner Australia), Eric Abbey (CEO & Founder Loving Pets), Shane Layton (Vice president & Owner Loving Pets), Jonathon Moyce (Managing Director/Owner Loving Pets Europe).
Pictured, from left to right: Malcolm Hall (Managing Director/Owner Australia), George Patience (Managing Director/Owner Australia), Eric Abbey (CEO & Founder Loving Pets), Shane Layton (Vice president & Owner Loving Pets), Jonathon Moyce (Managing Director/Owner Loving Pets Europe).

Managing director of Australia, Malcolm Hall said: “We’re very excited to be part of such an innovative, expanding, award winning global organisation. We see a massive opportunity to grow this brand across Australia & Asia.”

Loving Pets was named in the renowned The INC 5000 ‘Fastest Growing Company’ list.

 

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