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International Boarding and Pet Services Association Seeks Speakers for 2024 FLOW Business Conference

Speakers may apply by Jan. 31 to present educational sessions on topics such as business management/leadership, animal care and more.

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(PRESS RELEASE) LAS CRUCES, NM — The International Boarding & Pet Services Association (IBPSA) issues a Call for Speakers for its 2024 FLOW Business Conference, which will take place from September 24-26 at the beautiful Westin La Paloma Resort & Spa in Tucson, Ariz. As an annual gathering of influential figures and entrepreneurs from across the pet care industry, the FLOW Business Conference offers attendees a multitude of benefits, including specialized educational sessions, access to an extensive trade show, valuable networking opportunities and much more. Speakers with proposed topics that may be relevant to pet care professionals are invited to submit an application by January 31, 2024.

The Conference’s top educational tracks as requested by previous attendees include: management/leadership-related topics relevant to business general managers and others involved in leading daily operations; topics relevant to those entering the pet care services industry; and topics geared toward staff who provide daily care for animals. However, IBPSA will also consider a wide range of topics that have not been presented at the FLOW Business Conference in the past.

The FLOW Business Conference serves as an excellent opportunity for speakers to connect with hundreds of leaders and decision-makers in the pet care industry, representing services such as pet boarding, daycare, pet sitting, grooming, training and dog walking. Speakers from both within and outside of the pet care industry are welcome to apply.

The International Boarding & Pet Services Association (IBPSA) is a professional association offering business resources, staff education and training, certifications, industry expertise and legislative support for pet care services professionals currently residing in more than 10 countries. The Association also facilitates and encourages networking opportunities to help Members gain support and learn from other industry professionals. To learn more about IBPSA, visit here.

For more information on the 2024 FLOW Business Conference and to access the speaker application, visit here.

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