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Posh Paws pet store celebrates 10th anniversary
Posh Paws pet store in Harrogate is celebrating the 10th anniversary of its opening.
Brother and sister Ben and Michaela opened the store in April 2012, giving a distinctive personal procuring company for its customers.
The store sells solutions for cats, canines and other smaller pets, specialising in enrichment toys and organic treats as nicely as presenting well being and wellbeing suggestions for pet homeowners.
When asked how she was experience about the shop’s 10th anniversary, co-proprietor Michaela reported:
“I am excited and shocked, specially just after performing via Covid.
“I would just like to say thank you to all of our clients, previous and existing, who have supported us.”
To celebrate the 10-calendar year milestone, Posh Paws sponsored the jubilee canine shows held in excess of the bank vacation weekend. The winners of the opposition ended up awarded with vouchers for the shop.
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Women’s networking function
Enterprise Ladies all around Harrogate (BLAH) is internet hosting a networking function on June 10th completely for females.
The occasion will aim on social media marketing and will be held at cafe William & Victoria in Harrogate.
Guest speaker Rachel Hatfield from Shoo Social Media, will operate the one hour workshop adopted by an casual networking lunch.
BLAH aims to generate an inclusive and welcoming environment for organization ladies in the Harrogate district that differs from conventional networking activities.
The organisation delivers month-to-month functions on a selection of distinctive matters, such as gross sales, internet marketing technique and personal advancement.
Event supervisor, Fiona MacPherson stated:
“When I set up my personal business enterprise 13 years back, I observed attending networking activities complicated, particularly the bigger networking groups which were really prescriptive.
“BLAH was a refreshing team of woman company entrepreneurs, who needed to share their activities and provide aid / collaborate with each other.”
BLAH grew to become a non-revenue organisation in 2012 and is now run by volunteers, with the purpose of organising low price tag and accessible workshops.