Project Description

Great Pet Fund
Love Makes The Pet Industry Recession Resistant

Date & Time:

January 25, 12:00 PM ET / 9:00 AM PT
Webinar: Details provided upon RSVP approval

About the Event:

The only thing Americans love more than their pets is spending money on their pets. Last year they spent over $100 billion dollars on their four-legged family members. That’s an increase of nearly 5% over the previous year, even in the midst of a pandemic-induced recession.
Great Pet Fund is focused solely on this highly-profitable and recession-resistant industry. Led by industry innovators, with experience at Petco, PetSmart, Pet360, PetCoach and more, their team of veteran insiders help companies optimize their products, marketing, and operations to increase upside potential and minimize downside risk.
Great Pet Fund looks for investment opportunities that:
  • Have proof-of-concept revenue
  • A scalable business model
  • Are seeking first-round funding
GPF’s leadership team also works on the back end, where their connections with some of the largest players in the industry provide exit options.
Join our webinar with CEO Brock Weatherup to hear about the companies currently in their portfolio and how Great Pet Fund’s team drives value creation for portfolio companies to optimize investment returns.

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