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HRG to Facilitate IndieChat for IndiePet

It will offer actions that pet retailers can take to build a business, strengthen customer relationships and loyalty, and differentiate from store from competitors.

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(PRESS RELEASE) Waukesha, Wisconsin — HRG will facilitate the next IndieChat for IndiePet retail members, “How to Set your Store Apart.” HRG’s Angela Pinkstaff, director of business development, and Corey Paske, business development manager, will offer actions that pet retailers can take to build a business, strengthen customer relationships and loyalty, and differentiate from store from competitors.

IndieChat is a facilitated discussion via video conferencing for IndiePet retail members who want to hear from experts on current “hot” topics and issues as well as share and discuss experiences and practices on those topics. HRG will kick off the IndieChat with a short presentation to discuss using product assortment, services, and community support to differentiate. Paske said, “HRG is a long-time supporter of independent retailers and we know making your store stand out from competitors doesn’t have to require large investments of time or money – just some innovative thinking. We’re looking forward to sharing our ideas and hearing directly from retailers about their strategies that have been successful.”

About HRG

HRG improves results across the retail supply chain for product manufacturers, distributors, retailers, technology partners, and other industry organizations with data & analysis, shopper experience, brand development, fixture coordination, and retail communications solutions. Founded in 1980, HRG is a WBENC-Certified Women’s Business Enterprise headquartered in Greater Milwaukee and is a six-time recipient of Milwaukee Journal Sentinel’s Top Workplace. Visit hamacher.com for more information.

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