The Pet Sustainability Coalition celebrated the Top 20 Accredited Companies leading the way in sustainability in the pet industry on WPA365, the online marketplace that offers real-time connectivity to boost vendor and retail revenue, on November 17, 2020 at 11am MST.
“WPA was excited to feature PSC's Top 20 accredited companies on WPA365's innovative platform,” explained Maryellen Mahoney, Project Manager at WPA. “At WPA365, we believe in a collaborative, thriving pet industry and that is why we support PSC.”
The virtual celebration infused attendees’ days with positivity and inspiration and celebrated the impact of the leading sustainable companies serving the pet industry. The event kicked off with a welcome from WPA365 followed by a toast to the Top 20 companies to honor their collective positive impact.
Best-In-Category companies, including InClover Research, M Fiber, and Morris Packaging, shared how they are working towards creating a more innovative pet industry through their impact initiatives. Other Top 20 companies, including Kinn Inc, Fibercore, and Moderna Products, discussed their work to create more responsible supply chains by reducing inequities and pushing forward circularity in their sustainable business operations.
“West Paw is thrilled our work to create a more sustainable pet industry is being recognized as “Best in Category” for the second year in a row,” Spencer Williams, CEO and Owner of West Paw, said. “We are proud of the work we do and value our partnership with the Pet Sustainability Coalition.”
Attendees won curated boxes featuring some of the Top 20 accredited companies’ products when they tried their hand at trivia to test their sustainable business knowledge. PSC also unveiled a digital booklet showcasing the accomplishments of the Top 20. Attendees can download their copy to continue to be inspired after the celebration.
The Top 20 are:
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