Jacqueline Rose, owner of Lovely Silks scarves company in West Sussex, UK, has been swamped by orders after launching her Poo-Chi Scarves for dogs. She is now looking for businesses to partner with in Australia as part of a planned market expansion.
Unlike other pet scarves, The Poo-Chi Scarf is designed with a discreet pocket for carrying disposable bags – which means that picking up after your best friend is never a problem.
The Poo-Chi Scarf was this year named winner of The Sussex Newspaper’s 2015 Innovative Product Of The Year Award.
Lovely Silks owner, Jacqueline Rose, said: “The Lovely Silks team have been overwhelmed by the public response to the Poo-Chi Scarf. We’ve had orders coming in from all over the world and we’d love to introduce Australia to the Poo-Chi brand. The majority of dog owners are responsible people and they often unable to pick up after their dogs because they forgot to take a bag with them. Hopefully the Poo-Chi Scarf will do away with that problem.”
The Poo-Chi Scarf is available from Lovely Silks at http://www.lovelysilks.com/
If you are interested in working with Lovely Silks, email lovelysilkscarves @ gmail.com
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