PackHire is going to be a featured pet tech startup in the Innovation Incubator at Super Zoo in Las Vegas, NV August 16-19, 2021. There are various educational seminars at the SuperZoo show and the PackHire team will be at booth #7367 showcasing our services. We are excited to meet other pet product and service
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The Los Angeles chapter of the Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals has partnered…
PackHire & spcaLA Partner in First Virtual Pet Adoption & Fundraising Week April 12, 2021, Los Angeles, California – PackHire, a new employment search engine and recruiting firm for the pet industry, announces first ever partnership with the Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals (spcaLA), for the April Pet Adoption & Fundraising Week. The
Shawn Buckley, seen here in one of JustFoodForDogs’ accessible-to-the-public kitchens, wanted to found a company focused on creating fresh dog food formulations using whole food ingredients and an eye to lifelong health and nutrition. | (Courtesy JustFoodForDogs) Using public-accessible kitchens and pantries across the U.S., this company takes fresh, restaurant-grade ingredients and highlights pet nutrition.
Lemonade today launched pet insurance, marking its entry into a new vertical of insurance for the first time since it launched its renters/home owners insurance in 2016. Lemonade CEO Daniel Schreiber told TechCrunch back in February that some 70% of Lemonade customers with a home owners or renters policy are also pet owners, and yet
Online pet product retailer Chewy, Inc. has announced plans to open a new 800,000 square foot eCommerce fulfillment center in the Kansas City suburb of Belton. A press release from Gov. Mike Parson’s office says the company expects to hire more than 1,200 workers. Chewy.com to open giant Missouri fulfillment center and hire 1,200 workers
Animal shelters around the country have begun using artificial-intelligence apps to identify lost pets and reunite them with their owners. Similar to the facial-recognition apps that identify people, these applications are helping shelters improve their reunification rates while costing them almost nothing. In many cases, the software is provided free by service organizations such as