Women in the Pet Industry Network Welcomes Stephanie Syberg, Owner of Tulane’s Closet

Local businesswoman, Stephanie Syberg joins national networking group for women working in expanding pet industry.

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“The Cover Me by Tui allows us to offer a whole new level of Compassionate care!” Dr.Charlie Sink,DVM

St. Peters, Missouri (PRWEB) June 20, 2014

Women in the Pet Industry Network (WIPIN), a leading organization focused on women entrepreneurs in the ever-growing pet industry, welcomes Stephanie Syberg to its membership. Stephanie Syberg is the owner of http://www.tulanescloset.com/ , in St. Peters, which has developed a patent to give pets and the owners that love them an alternative to the old fashion e-collar. We give pets a chance to not only heal quicker after their surgery but also the comfort they deserve.

According to the American Pet Products Association, there are more than 82.5 million pet owners, and this is expected to rise to 92 million by 2018. Even in uncertain economic times, the rate of spending on pets did not falter but continued to grow. The IBISWorld Industry Report shows that for 2008-2013, the pet industry grew 3.4 percent annually. That number is expected to reach and stay at 4 percent a year through 2018.

The total of pet industry expenditures for 2013 is estimated at $55.53 billion, up from $43.2 billion spent in 2008. More and more services – all-natural and organic foods, daycare, pet sitting, pet fashion accessories – are being provided to help pet owners take the best care of their animals. Over the next five years, the majority of new pet owners is expected to be a combination of single-person households and members of the aging population.

“Our network continues to grow with the addition of talented entrepreneurs such as ,”Stephanie Syberg” said Shawna Schuh, Certified Speaking Professional and President of WIPIN. “Each member brings a unique perspective and adds to our exchange of ideas, information and contacts. Our members hail from companies focused on everything from puppy products to wildlife sanctuaries. Ours is a network of movers and shakers across multiple fields within the pet industry. As members of WIPIN, women from all over the United States and Canada can connect as if they were at a business lunch,” added Schuh.

“I look forward to many opportunities to connect with women across so many pet industry categories,” explained Stephanie Syberg, Owner of Tulane’s Closet. “We all strive to raise the level of professionalism in the industry and to capitalize on its growth. WIPIN enables that through its network, educational events and membership benefits.”

About Stephanie Syberg
Tulane’s Closet has grown so much since we started working on our patent in our basement in 2011. Then we started selling our Cover Me by Tui’s in August 2012 with only 2 stores carrying the Cover Me by Tui Post-surgical pet garment and within our first year we have reached over 60 veterinarians and retailers not only across the USA but other countries as well.” You can reach Stephanie at 636-447-1659 or info(at)tulanescloset(dot)com. Her business website is http://www.tulanescloset.com/.

About Women in the Pet Industry Network
Established in 2010, WIPIN is headquartered near Portland, Ore., and currently serves a membership base of women entrepreneurs worldwide. WIPIN members come from all categories within the pet industry, from groomers and veterinarians to pet sitters and pet boutiques. WIPIN is affiliated with Black Dog Education.

WIPIN membership benefits include: discounted registration to the annual WIPIN conference; regular business articles and promotional tips via email; access to semi-annual Top Women in the Pet Industry Biz Books; custom member pages on the WIPIN website; inclusion on a members’ list for WIPIN networking; the Pet Industry Buzz e-zine that spotlights members to an audience of thousands of pet professionals and shares video lessons that can positively impact business growth; caring telephone support from real people with real pets; unlimited access to other pet professionals for information and partnerships; discounts on products and services; and monthly educational sessions by phone or web on marketing, social media and other pertinent business-building topics.

In addition to leading WIPIN, Schuh is founder and channel host on Pet Industry TV. She is also a Master NLP Practitioner and Executive Coach with more than 20 years of experience helping professionals experience profound insights about themselves and their businesses.

For more information, please visit http://www.womeninthepetindustry.com, or contact Shawna Schuh at 503-970-5774 or Shawna(at)womeninthepetindustry(dot)com.

NOTE TO EDITOR: PHOTO ATTACHED. Stephanie Syberg, Owner of Tulane’s Closet, has joined the Women in the Pet Industry Network.


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  • Stephanie Syberg
    Tulane's Closet
    +1 636) 447-1659
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