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Ben & Woods On Demand Podcast
Skip Schumaker: "What they've done (at Petco) the last couple years is just an unbelievable change"

Ben & Woods On Demand Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 21, 2022 13:33


Cardinals bench coach Skip Schumaker returned to the show on Wednesday morning! Listen here as Skip gives us the whole story about his long-time prank war with Adam Wainwright, the atmosphere at Petco Park this season, Albert Pujols' quest for 700 home runs, and MUCH more!

Mile High Magazine Podcast
Mile High Magazine 9/18/2022 Colorado Pet Pantry

Mile High Magazine Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 19, 2022 14:17


Guest: Eileen Lambert Founder and Executive Director In 2013 the Colorado Pet Pantry started as a way to get food to people who need it for their pets.  Canidae is launching a new program, they are creating an ecofriendly refill stations with Petco.  The goal is to save 50,000 of bags going into the landfill every year.  They are also launching a Pound for Pound program, every time someone buys a pound of dog food Canidae will donate a pound of dog food to Colorado Pet Pantry and Animal Rescue of the Rockies.  The program launched the beginning of September.  Colorado Pet Pantry and Animal Rescue of the Rockies is facing a shortage of pet food, Canidae is donating 300,000 pounds to get them started.                   www.canidae.com/refill coloradopetpnatry.orgSee omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Darren Smith / Scott & BR Crossover
PADRES BACK IN 5th IN WILD CARD | RAIDERS BLOW 20 PT LEAD | BAD BUNNY AT PETCO | WAVE BREAK RECORD

Darren Smith / Scott & BR Crossover

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 19, 2022 86:00


The Padres win 3 in a row vs the D'Backs and retake 5th place in the Wild Card chase. Then the whole team went to Bad Bunny concert. Raiders blow 20 point lead to Cardinals. NFL Week 2 recap. San Diego Wave break NWSL attendance record. Support the show: http://Kaplanandcrew.comSee omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Scott and BR - Interviews
PADRES BACK IN 5th IN WILD CARD | RAIDERS BLOW 20 PT LEAD | BAD BUNNY AT PETCO | WAVE BREAK RECORD

Scott and BR - Interviews

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 19, 2022 86:00


The Padres win 3 in a row vs the D'Backs and retake 5th place in the Wild Card chase. Then the whole team went to Bad Bunny concert. Raiders blow 20 point lead to Cardinals. NFL Week 2 recap. San Diego Wave break NWSL attendance record. Support the show: http://Kaplanandcrew.comSee omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Kaplan and Crew
PADRES BACK IN 5th IN WILD CARD | RAIDERS BLOW 20 PT LEAD | BAD BUNNY AT PETCO | WAVE BREAK RECORD

Kaplan and Crew

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 19, 2022 86:00


The Padres win 3 in a row vs the D'Backs and retake 5th place in the Wild Card chase. Then the whole team went to Bad Bunny concert. Raiders blow 20 point lead to Cardinals. NFL Week 2 recap. San Diego Wave break NWSL attendance record. Support the show: http://Kaplanandcrew.comSee omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

CDO Magazine Podcast Series
PODCAST | Former Petco Sr. Director: We Have Data Champions for Different Business Domains

CDO Magazine Podcast Series

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 13, 2022 9:01


The Automotive Troublemaker w/ Paul J Daly and Kyle Mountsier
The Queen's Cars, Wholesale Slips, Brand vs Merch

The Automotive Troublemaker w/ Paul J Daly and Kyle Mountsier

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 9, 2022 22:54


We have that ‘Friday feeling' as we're prepping to roll onto ASOTU CON. But first, we're talking about the Queen's epic taste in cars, the wholesale price index in August seeing some sinking numbers, as well as a bold move by retailer Lowes in its reorganizing marketing and merchandising. Queen Elizabeth II, the longest-reigning British Monarch passed away at age 96 years old surrounded by her family yesterday and will be remembered by millions across the globe for many things. One of them is a great, and quite tasteful car collectionRuled for over 70 years beginning when her father died suddenly in 1952 while she was on a trip in Kenya and was flown home. She didn't realize that she was to immediately become queen. Her coronation was the first international live TV broadcastTo the cars: Queen's first preference always steered toward British off-roaders throughout and even before her reign. Perhaps the first was an Austin K2/Y, which she would have used during her World War IShe loved Land Rover Defenders.  Her favorite being a 2002 Defender 110 TD5 When the current-gen Defender rolled out, Land Rover gifted a Defender 130 to the British Red Cross for her 75th anniversary as queen in her honor to commemorate her long-standing relationship with the vehiclesHer fleet included several Bentleys, including Bentaygas and Arnage-based state limousines, including her golden jubilee steed from 2002Others included Rolls-Royce Phantom-based limousines, Rovers, Vauxhalls, and Aston MartinsBy law, she was the only driver in England who didn't need a licenseElizabeth's eldest son, Charles, 73, formerly the Prince of Wales, has immediately become the King of EnglandWholesale Used Car prices dropped 4% in August, the sharpest decline this year according to Cox Automotive data which is adjusted for mix, mileage and seasonality.They are still 8.4% higher than they were in August of last yearAccording to Black Book, pricing has consistently depreciated for the last 6 weeksLowe's fires its CMO and moves marketing under merchandising head Bill Boltz, executive vice president of merchandisingFollowing 2 quarters of decline from YoY comps, CMO Marisa Thalberg, chief brand and marketing officer at Lowe's, has left the home improvement retailer as part of a corporate reorganizationUnder Ms. Thalberg, Lowe's moved into several high-profile campaigns, including running commercials on ESPN during the NFL Draft broadcast. She was also key to new marketing initiatives at Lowe's, such as Halloween trick-or-treating, and Valentine's Day date night and Petco shops inside the chain's stores.Richard Sanderson, a consultant at Spencer Stuart, said the practice was more common in grocery more than a decade ago when “marketing was really driving weekly promotions and print circulars.”Get the Daily Push Back email at https://www.asotu.com/JOIN the conversation on LinkedIn at: https://www.linkedin.com/company/asotu/Read our most recent email at: https://www.asotu.com/media/push-back-emailASOTU Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/automotivestateoftheunion

Gwynn & Chris On Demand
9.9.22 Gwynn & Chris Hour 1: Padres hopefully play the Dodgers tonight at Petco

Gwynn & Chris On Demand

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 9, 2022 43:02


Tony and Skraby talked about the game tonight at Petco park. as well as a weather update. We heard from Bob Melvin and what he had to say to the morning show. We finished out the hour by picking the NFC South and NFC North.

Entrepreneurship Xposed (Hosted by Beez)
Episode 20: Real Estate Development Xposed

Entrepreneurship Xposed (Hosted by Beez)

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 8, 2022 66:50


“Real Estate Development Xposed”“The stronger your network is, the stronger you are.” - Tracey TurnerWelcome to the EntrepreneurshipXposed Podcast with me, Beez (IG: @BusinessBuilderBeez) where I am Xposing the ins and outs of Entrepreneurship.....with a twist of Business Acquisitions!In today's episode, I am joined by Mr. Tracey Turner (@turnerdevelopmentllc) and Mr. John Fraser (@snakeyes4 | @processminded1). Tracey and John are partners in the Turner Development Company since 2016, where they purchase, fix, and flip real estate properties. Not only have they become experts at flipping homes, they have become full-fledged real estate developers who have mastered the art of cultivating relationships with large companies such as the D.C. Housing Authority, PetCo, and a D.C. Electric company. These relationships have made them much more effective in their industry and community. Tracey and John most recently acquired a 200 acre historic property in South Carolina which is being turned into a community center and subdivision, earning great equity and creating sustainable wealth. If you have an interest in real estate then this episode is for you! You're going to learn:How Tracey evolved from flipping properties to Real Estate DevelopmentOpportunities in Real Estate developmentCreating EquityPOP: Pros, Opportunities & Problems of Real Estate Development#TrillionDollarTable challengeBook recommendations Links and resources:Connect with Tracey TurnerInstagram: @turnerdevelopmentllcCompany: Turner DevelopmentWebsite: http://weepingwillows.com/              https://turnerdevelopmentllc.com/Emails:   info@weepingwilows.com              turner@turnerdevelopmentllc.comJohn FraserInstagram: @snakeyes4 | @processminded1Company: Process Minded Our partners The Business Builders Institute Business Builder BeezThanks for tuning in! For more LIFE CHANGING information like this, be sure to subscribe to EntrepreneurshipXposed on YouTube and all Podcast streaming platforms.Also, don't forget to follow on IG and FB: @entrepreneurshipxposed. See you on the next episode!#podcast #entrepreneurshipxposed #entrepreneurpodcast #realestatedevelopment #blackpodcast

The Darren Smith Show
Hour 1- How badly did the Padres need that win? Scoreboard watching at Petco, Kirk Morrison joins the show

The Darren Smith Show

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 7, 2022 47:15


Hour 1- How badly did the Padres need that win? Scoreboard watching is underway at Petco, Taylor Rogers does the Padres a favor, Kirk Morrison joins the show.

Ben & Woods On Demand Podcast
6am Hour - Daily Ditty and Padres

Ben & Woods On Demand Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 6, 2022 43:33


Ben & Woods break down a bad three-day weekend in Padres baseball capped off by a 5-0 loss at PETCO against Arizona.

The Financial Exchange Show
Mortgage Rates Still Rising // Consequences of Remote Work? // Paul LaMonica On Chewy, Petco - 9/2 (Hour 2)

The Financial Exchange Show

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 2, 2022 40:41


(2:30) - Chuck and Mike start the second hour with a conversation about how rising mortgage rates are tightening the debate between renting and buying.(14:59) - A discussion about how many employees feel that remote work is removing them from the good graces of their superiors.(22:05) - Touching on the fact that Zoom has an office, although it's not your typical office place.(34:42) - Paul LaMonica of CNNBusiness called into the show to talk about Petco and Chewy as spending on pets remains high in America.

Emprendeduros
EP. #136 | Europa va a entrar en una depresión

Emprendeduros

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 26, 2022 66:45 Very Popular


¡Emprendeduros! En el episodio de hoy Rodrigo y Alejandro nos da una actualización de mercado donde discuten la reciente caída de mercado, las bienes raíces, la crisis de energía, los problemas de China y loas diferencias de opinión entre economistas y directivos. Después hablan de los reportes de ingresos de Zoom, Macy's, Petco, Nvidia y Salesforce. También hablan de la bancarrota de Cineworld y el mundo de las películas. Después hablan de Amazon y como se están metiendo en la fiesta de CVS. Finalmente nos dan la actualización de Cryptos donde hablan de las Stablecoins y del nuevo exchange de Samsung.

CDO Magazine Podcast Series
PODCAST | Former Petco Senior Director of Data Engineering, BI and Analytics: We Are Looking at More Open Source Technologies

CDO Magazine Podcast Series

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 25, 2022 9:11


Earnings Season
Petco Health and Wellness Company, Inc., Q2 2023 Earnings Call, Aug 24, 2022

Earnings Season

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 25, 2022 69:40


Petco Health and Wellness Company, Inc., Q2 2023 Earnings Call, Aug 24, 2022

Bloomberg Businessweek
Wall Street Hit With Tell-All TikToks

Bloomberg Businessweek

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 24, 2022 32:05 Very Popular


Bloomberg News Personal Finance Reporter Misyrlena Egkolfopoulou explains how some Wall Street analysts are increasingly posting about their lives on TikTok in an industry characterized by its confidentiality. Ron Coughlin, CEO at Petco, discusses earnings and the strength of its end-to-end health and wellness ecosystem. And we Drive to the Close with Tom Plumb, President and CIO at Plumb Funds. Hosts: Carol Massar and Paul Sweeney. Producer: Paul Brennan. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Bloomberg Businessweek
Wall Street Hit With Tell-All TikToks

Bloomberg Businessweek

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 24, 2022 32:05


Bloomberg News Personal Finance Reporter Misyrlena Egkolfopoulou explains how some Wall Street analysts are increasingly posting about their lives on TikTok in an industry characterized by its confidentiality. Ron Coughlin, CEO at Petco, discusses earnings and the strength of its end-to-end health and wellness ecosystem. And we Drive to the Close with Tom Plumb, President and CIO at Plumb Funds. Hosts: Carol Massar and Paul Sweeney. Producer: Paul Brennan. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Wear Wag Repeat Podcast
Run Your Rescue Like a Business with Petco Love President Susanne Kogut

Wear Wag Repeat Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 24, 2022 31:16


I'm excited to share a dynamic interview with Susanne Kogut, the President of Petco Love. Susanne spent the early part of her career in corporate law before deciding to dedicate her life to animal rescue and welfare. She made such an impact as the Executive Director of an SPCA because she ran the shelter like a business. So there's a lot for everyone to learn here! I can't believe how much we were able to fit into this conversation! We talk about Susanne's career trajectory, and the work she now does with Petco Love including lost pet programs and disaster relief efforts. Plus we talk about the impact that fostering has on the rescue community.

FactSet Evening Market Recap
Evening Market Recap - Wednesday, 24-Aug

FactSet Evening Market Recap

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 24, 2022 5:36


US equities ended higher in an uneventful Wednesday session; the Dow Jones, S&P500 and Nasdaq finishing up 18 basis points, 29 basis points, and 41 basis points respectively. Treasuries were weaker across the curve with yields near their worst levels following today's soft five-year note auction. It was a very quiet session with the market remaining in waiting mode for Fed Chair Powell at Jackson Hole and PCE prices on Friday. July durable-goods orders were flat after four consecutive monthly gains, but core capital-goods orders were higher. July existing-home sales declined, but not as much as feared amid some moderation in mortgage rates. Urban Outfitters and Petco earnings missed expectations, Toll Brothers saw larger than expected order decline, but Intuit posted strong results and raised guidance.

The tastytrade network
Tweeting Live with LIZ & JNY - August 23, 2022 - Tweeting Live with Liz and Jenny

The tastytrade network

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 23, 2022 22:51


Liz and Jenny look for earnings trades. They compare a jade lizard to a strangle in Nordstrom. They place an earnings calendar in Petco. They also take live tweets and close yesterday's zoom trade.

The tastytrade network
Tweeting Live with LIZ & JNY - August 23, 2022 - Tweeting Live with Liz and Jenny

The tastytrade network

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 23, 2022 23:41


Liz and Jenny look for earnings trades. They compare a jade lizard to a strangle in Nordstrom. They place an earnings calendar in Petco. They also take live tweets and close yesterday's zoom trade.

Jon and Jim
HR 1

Jon and Jim

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 18, 2022 37:29


If you didn't think Tatis was going to be a distraction, hes a distraction. Dan Laing From MLB Network Radio Joins The Guys To Discuss. Tatis will not be at Petco even after it was reported he was going to be. Are you okay with that? Jons Amusement Park Idea.

The Five Tool Baseball Podcast
Ep 77: Back from Area Code... a full upperclass breakdown with SD food, recent commitment talk and more

The Five Tool Baseball Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 16, 2022 90:24


Drew and Dustin are back from very sunny San Diego and are ready to talk about Area Code. Today's episode features the two discussing the upperclass event and each player on the Texas Rangers list, highlighting top performers and prospects from the other teams, discussing their favorite food from San Diego and recap the latest flurry of big-time college commitments. Plus, why did they miss Juan Soto's homer at Petco? Drew has to explain. 

Steve Dale's Pet World
SDPW: Show #910

Steve Dale's Pet World

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 13, 2022 43:23


What should you look for in a dog trainer? Should there be a licensing procedure that trainers should have to go through? Darris Cooper, Lead Dog Trainer at Petco chats with Steve about all things dog training. Fear Free is the movement that has revolutionized veterinary visits. Founder Dr. Marty Becker tells us why it's so important to help our pets with their fear, anxiety, and stress and how we can make veterinary visits and even home life better for our furry family members. Steve helps listeners by phone and email.

Greedy Bitch
Isn't That Price Gouging

Greedy Bitch

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 12, 2022 7:58


Isn't That Price Gouging? If you've followed along with the Savvy Groomer at all, you probably know by now that I am a huge advocate for price increases in the grooming industry. Over the years, prices have barely increased across the industry. That means that prices are not keeping up with inflation or the latest trends and many groomers are suffering financially because of it. I am a strong advocate for groomers to strategically increase their prices based on their needs and goals, and then yearly price increases after that to at least keep up with inflation. This can mean that many groomers might increase their prices from $35 a dog to up to $150 a dog. This is quite the price increase and many people have an emotional reaction to these numbers. “Isn't that price gouging?” they ask. In this article, we'll take a look at what makes for fair pricing and why I believe that strategic price increases are not price gouging. Let's start by defining some terms. What is price gouging? It is important to define what we are talking about. According to Wikipedia, price gouging occurs when a seller increases the prices of goods, services, or commodities to a level that is much higher than what is considered reasonable or fair. Usually, this event happens after a demand or supply shock, such as a dramatic price increase on basic goods after a natural disaster. We all experienced how the price of basic goods such as toilet paper and face masks went up during the Covid-19 pandemic! What is inflation? Inflation is a general increase in prices and a fall in the purchasing power of money. Basically, the value of the dollar goes down. Inflation rates change from year to year, but on average, inflation is about 2–3% yearly. A great example of inflation is the housing market. The value of homes has gone way up over the years. In 1965, the average cost of a home was about $21,500. Today, the average cost is about $348,000. For an industry example, groomers in 1980 charged about $20 per dog. To understand this figure in today's terms, we have to adjust for inflation. That $20 from 1980 would be worth about $73 today. How can we determine what's fair? When determining a fair price, we often compare ourselves to others in the industry. But before we can determine what a fair price is for a dog groom, we need to determine if we've been fair to ourselves as an industry and if the market is fair. Because I don't think that the market is fair! In general, as an industry, most groomers have not raised their prices to even keep up with inflation, let alone to reflect their time, effort, and skill. It is common for groomers to have the same prices for 20 years! In the industry, we struggle with the race to the bottom — meaning that we try to outcompete and get customers by having the cheapest prices. A groomer will leave a business to open their own shop, and either match or undercut the prices of their old boss (who already hadn't raised their prices in decades!). They'll hire a groomer to join their business, and then that groomer will eventually leave to do the same thing. I call this the “cycle of suck.” We see this happen over and over in the industry and prices suffer because of it. Groomers also try to compete with big businesses like Petco and PetSmart, but these businesses actually offer their grooming services at a loss. They make their money off of getting customers in their stores and buying things, not from grooming. So why would we try to compete with their prices if they are losing money on grooming? That is definitely not fair. When considering what's fair, we also have to consider the most popular dog breeds today. Dog breeds are trendy, and groomers are not getting the same breeds that they did decades ago. For example, doodles are a newer, insanely popular breed. Some days, all we get might be doodles. These dogs have a very challenging coat and difficult personality. Grooming 5 doodles all day can be much more mentally and physically draining than grooming 10 pugs or shih tzus in a day, and I believe that our prices should account for those differences. Some people might call this price gouging, but I don't think so! I think that is entirely fair. Why we shouldn't be afraid to raise prices Change can be hard, and many people might not understand your price increase right away. But in order to survive as an industry, we need to stand up for ourselves, create an industry of respect, and charge prices that allow us to hire and pay people fairly. If more groomers learn about the importance of charging a fair, modern price, then these higher prices will no longer be seen as shocking. Instead, our new prices will become the industry standard, new groomers will be attracted to the industry, and groomers will thrive. Learn more: If you want to learn more about pricing, watch this replay of The Savvy Groomer Live on YouTube on this topic and please subscribe to my channel! You can also sign up for my self-paced Price Increase Masterclass.

Big Rich, TD & Fletch
Hour 2 // 8.10 -- Petco was ridiculous last night -- What's next for the Browns? -- Did you Know? -- Brent Sobleski

Big Rich, TD & Fletch

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 10, 2022 45:02


Hour 2 // 8.10 -- Petco was ridiculous last night -- What's next for the Browns? -- Did you Know? -- Brent Sobleski

The Wrap-Up Show
The Wrap-Up Show: Giants 1 Padres 0

The Wrap-Up Show

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 9, 2022 61:05


The Padres were shutout for a second consecutive game as the Giants took the series opener at Petco. A controversial overturned call took a run off the board for the Padres in the 7th as the losing streak reached five straight games for the Friars. Tonight's episode is brought to you by Eric Lanier at Higher Impact Financial. If you'd like to speak with Eric about your financial goals, call (951) 383-3033 or visit www.higherimpactfinancial.com. --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/wrapupshow/support

Big Rich, TD & Fletch
Hour 3 // 8.3 -- Danny Vietti talks Padres -- Beat the Show -- Petco sold out for tonight?

Big Rich, TD & Fletch

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 3, 2022 46:08


Hour 3 // 8.3 -- Danny Vietti talks Padres -- Beat the Show -- Petco sold out for tonight?

Big Rich, TD & Fletch
Hour 2 // 8.3 -- What will Petco look like tonight? -- NFL One Liners -- SOTO IS A PADRE

Big Rich, TD & Fletch

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 3, 2022 40:14


Hour 2 // 8.3 -- What will Petco look like tonight? -- NFL One Liners -- SOTO IS A PADRE

Content Cash Machine Podcast
Ep 83: How to Write Better Sales Copy with Clay Manley

Content Cash Machine Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 2, 2022 48:59


How to Write Better Sales Copy with Clay Manley Ready to learn how to write better sales copy that WOW's your audience and drives traffic to your business? Join Danielle in this episode as Clay Manley dives into all things copywriting. Clay shares his 5 step system that applies to every business owner and copywriter, no matter the niche you are in.  Clay Manley is a former fitness manager turned award-winning copywriter and copy mentor. After writing for big brands like Petco, Slim Jim, and Marvel, he got sick of helping the rich get richer. So he quit corporate copywriting, launched Speakeasy Sales Copy, and now helps other copywriters go from certified to skilled, successful, and sought-after faster. Want to learn more from Clay Manley on how to write better sales copy? Email Clay at clay@speakeasysalescopy.com and check out is website SpeakeasySalesCopy.com. Click HERE for the FREE 9-Point Copy Analyzer or visit www.speakeasysalescopy.com/analyzer. Have podcast topic suggestions? Come find me on follow me on Instagram or email me at danielle@elevatevirtualmarketing.com Ready to connect with other entrepreneurs committed to growing their business and get unique access to my podcast guests over the course of the show? Join the FREE Content Cash Machine Facebook group!

Chit Chat Money
Petco (WOOF) with Paul Cerro

Chit Chat Money

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 28, 2022 48:23


Petco focuses on enhancing the lives of pets, pet parents, and its Petco partners. The company offers everything your pet may need from food to services. Petco was founded in 1965 in San Diego, California. Listen as Brett and Ryan ask Paul questions about the company, its business model, and valuation. Enjoy the show! ***************************** This episode is sponsored by Quartr, the new way of doing company research. Access conference calls, presentations, transcripts, and more for FREE on your mobile device. Download Quartr on the App Store here: https://apps.apple.com/us/app/quartr-investor-relations/id1552412128 Download Quartr on the Google Play Store here: https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=se.quartr.android ****************************** Access our “Not So Deep Dive” episodes by signing up for CCM+. Sign-up directly through Spotify or Apple Podcasts. If you listen on another podcast player, use this link and create a private RSS feed: https://anchor.fm/chitchatmoney/subscribe Need more information? Check-out our launch newsletter: Here ****************************** Want updates on future shows and projects? Follow us on Twitter: https://twitter.com/chitchatmoney Interested to see more of Paul's work? Find his Substack here: https://cedargrovecapital.substack.com/ Contact us: chitchatmoneypodcast@gmail.com Timestamps Petco | (2:55) Growth | (15:54) Disclosure: Chit Chat Money hosts and guests are not financial advisors, and nothing they say on this show is formal advice or a recommendation. Brett Schafer and Ryan Henderson are general partners and portfolio managers at Arch Capital. Arch Capital and its partners may hold securities discussed on this show.

The Wrap-Up Show
The Wrap-Up Show: Padres 5 DBacks 3 (7/15/22)

The Wrap-Up Show

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 16, 2022 57:35


Yu Darvish worked seven strong innings and the Padres captured Game One of a three-game series against the Diamonbacks at Petco. The Friars go for a series win on Saturday afternoon behind Sean Manaea. --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/wrapupshow/support

Greedy Bitch
What We Can Do About The Groomer Shortage

Greedy Bitch

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 15, 2022 10:25


In this episode of Greedy Bitch What We Can Do About The Groomer Shortage We'll discuss: Potential reasons for the groomer shortage Ways the grooming industry can fix this groomer shortage And more! Hello, hello and welcome to Greedy Bitch, a podcast where groomers stop apologizing for charging their worth. I'm your host River Lee, founder of the Savvy Groomer. Let's talk about today's topic:What We Can Do About The Groomer Shortage Unless you've been living under a rock, you've probably heard that we are currently experiencing a pet groomer shortage like never before. I like to call it a pet groomer drought! Today I'm going to break down the groomer drought and what we can do about it as an industry. Why is there a groomer drought? If you haven't heard, we are currently experiencing a huge shortage of pet groomers. The industry needs more pet groomers! There are three theories about why there is such a massive shortage. First, Covid-19: I know it sounds cliche but the truth is the circumstances of the Covid-19 pandemic caused a lot of groomers to close their shops for months — some chose to retire, change careers, or spend more time at home with their two or four legged kids. For many, it was easier to let the business go rather than weather the storm. For others their health made it simply not safe to go into work so they had to make hard choices. Grooming is a physical job and for many this was just the push to leave an industry where our back hurts, we breathe pet hair in all day and move on to potentially greener pastures. Second, groomers making career shifts: Since many salons have been closed or only allowed limited hours, many groomers decided to open their own businesses instead of going back into their old shop or relying on unemployment. During the pandemic, mobile groomers and in their home salons have exploded in popularity. Those who switched from shop to mobile or one on one went from grooming 8-10 dogs a day in a shop to grooming 5-6 per day. Just to do some quick math - that's the difference between grooming between 2080 - 2600 appointments a year to 1300 - 1560 appointments a year. Every groomer who made a shift from shop to mobile is grooming an average of 780 - 1040 less appointments a year. That's a LOT of appointments to have to be filled in by another groomer! Third, no one was training new groomers: During Covid-19 grooming schools were shut down across the country for months or even years. No schools means no new groomers. You may argue, “I didn't learn at a grooming school, I learned on the job!” and I agree but as there are less and less groomers it's become increasingly so that as an industry we rely on grooming schools to help us get new groomers out the door. Alternatively, places like Petco and PetSmart, who are some of the highest creators of new groomers nationwide, were closed for a long time in most states. Just to put in perspective there are almost 1400 Petco stores in the U.S. alone, and about 1650 PetSmart locations. If each of those stores trained just one groomer a year, that's 3,050 groomers that were not trained in 2020. Lastly, people just simply got more dogs: Again, Covid-19 reshaped the world. People who were working from home or who were home more often decided to get a dog. Not only did they adopt a dog but many of them adopted dogs that required regular grooming. The explosion of Doodles and Poodle mixes has made the demand for skilled grooming higher than ever - especially these mixes of high maintenance, difficult coats and often difficult temperaments. Where a groomer may have breezed through a day of 6-8 Shih Tzus, they now find themselves trying not to burn out while they wrestle 2 or 3 80 pound Doodles whose owner wants a hand scissor cut because it's the “breed standard”. Those who have been grooming 5, 10, 15, 20+ years have seen the shift in breeds and mixes. We almost would rather have the Cockers, Wheatons or Scotties, instead of the Bernedoodles, Shepadoodles, and Aussiedoodles - well, almost.These have all made the entire industry make a giant shift What do we do as an industry to fix the groomer shortage? The groomer shortage is obviously a huge problem, so here are four things we can do to help fix it. Build your staff While it might be a long-term fix, investing in your staff is a huge way to help fix the groomer shortage. If you currently have bathers or other novice employees, train them and build them up to become your ideal groomer over the next year or two. An alternative but great way to invest in your future staff is to join a grooming school mentorship program. You'll get a free intern for 100–150 hours of work. Once their internship is over, you can hire them as hourly employees and continue their training. Recruit from your competition Think about what makes your salon and your location special. Maybe it is nice weather, better pay, lower taxes, or growth opportunities. Try to entice groomers from another state to relocate and work for you. Just a word to the wise: this can be a little tricky since if a staff member is easily swayed by extra money or if they think the grass is always greener - they may choose to leave your business when a better opportunity arises. Go solo Many businesses want to go big, hiring many groomers or having big mobile fleets, but that requires a lot of employee management. If you'd rather wrangle dogs than employees, consider going solo. If you find a niche, market well, and set high prices then you will have effortless success as a solo groomer. I have taught many solo groomers how to work less than 40 hours a week and earn 6 figures. There is a lot of opportunity available for those who are ready to step into excellence. Increase your prices The bottom line is that we need more groomers. The best way to attract more groomers is to raise prices! Right now there is a lot of belief that groomers earn very little money or are broke. By charging more than a liveable wage you are helping the market correct itself. Grooming prices have simply not kept up with inflation. A groomer charging $45 in 1980 would need to be charging $144 in 2020 to keep up with inflation. Now that number is closer to $160! We need to stop apologizing for charging our value and start taking control of our future.For those looking to restructure or increase your prices The Savvy Groomer is offering a 6-module masterclass on how to calculate your pricing, increase your pricing, and strategies to communicate your pricing to your clients! You'll feel better knowing to stop winging your prices. We'll teach you how to really understand your business, your model, your numbers, your employees and the customer psychology that dictates prices that will sustain your business. If you're ready to learn the formula for success go to our Price Increase Masterclass. You'll also find other tools to grow your business on our website www.savvygroomer.com. Thank you all so much for listening to this podcast: What We Can Do About The Groomer Shortage. As always, happy grooming!

One Star Reviews
101: Petco - Woodruff Road

One Star Reviews

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 14, 2022 33:18


Manus and Lindsay Clancy return to help read the reviews of Petco and we share the love of our pets.

Scott and BR - Interviews
7-11-22 Browner and Lawhead| When making the top 10 isn't good for you

Scott and BR - Interviews

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 12, 2022 41:57


We break down the Padres weekend. Jason's visit to Petco. 2022 Top 10 QB'S. When cougars attack!  Support the show: http://Kaplanandcrew.com See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Kaplan and Crew
7-11-22 Browner and Lawhead| When making the top 10 isn't good for you

Kaplan and Crew

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 12, 2022 41:57


We break down the Padres weekend. Jason's visit to Petco. 2022 Top 10 QB'S. When cougars attack!  Support the show: http://Kaplanandcrew.com See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

The Entrepreneur Evolution
209. Episode #105: Mario Tamayo & Dr. Bob Nelson

The Entrepreneur Evolution

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 12, 2022 35:31


On today's episode of the Entrepreneur Evolution Podcast, we are joined by Dr. Bob Nelson and Mario Tamayo, authors of the new book, “Work Made Fun Gets Done!” Dr. Bob Nelson is considered the world's leading authority on employee recognition & engagement and President of Nelson Motivation Inc., a management training/consulting company specializing in helping organizations improve their management practices, programs & systems. He's worked with 80% of Fortune 500 as a Strategist for HR Issues. Has been a long-time collaborator & confidant for Dr. Ken Blanchard, “The One Minute Manager” and is currently a personal coach for Dr. Marshall Goldsmith, the world's #1-ranked executive coach. Mario Tamayo, a principal with Tamayo Group Inc., has more than thirty years of experience in maximizing human performance, working with companies such as L'Oréal, Genentech, Petco, General Dynamics, The Ken Blanchard Companies, The Anthony Robbins Companies, and 2Connect. To learn more their new book, “Work Made Fun Gets Done!” visit https://www.amazon.com/Work-Made-Fun-Gets-Done/dp/1523092351 We would love to hear from you, and it would be awesome if you left us a 5-star review. Your feedback means the world to us, and we will be sure to send you a special thank you for your kind words. Don't forget to hit “subscribe” to automatically be notified when guest interviews and Express Tips drop every Tuesday and Friday. Interested in joining our monthly entrepreneur membership? Email Annette directly at yourock@ievolveconsulting.com to learn more. Ready to invest in yourself? Book your free session with Annette HERE. Keep evolving, entrepreneur. We are SO proud of you! --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/annette-walter/support

Something You Should Know
How to Avoid The Summer Travel Chaos & Preventing Regrets About Money

Something You Should Know

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 11, 2022 53:09 Very Popular


Why is it that as soon as you get your car washed, a bird will find it and leave a nice big poop on your shiny clean car? Whatever force of nature causes that, you need to get that poop off – fast. Listen as I explain why and how to do it so you don't cause more damage. https://www.mccarthycollisioncenters.com/blog/8-tips-to-clean-bird-poop-off-car-paint Traveling this summer has been challenging at best. For some travelers it has been downright miserable. High airfares, cancelled flights, unruly passengers have made things difficult. So, what can you do besides just not go anywhere? Are there some tricks and secrets that could make travel a little more pleasant? Joining me to help you navigate through the travel chaos is Peter Greenberg. Peter is the travel editor for CBS News and produces travel related television programs for PBS including The Royal Tour (https://petergreenberg.com/category/the-royal-tour/) and The Travel Detective (https://petergreenberg.com/category/the-travel-detective/).  “If I knew then what I know now....” When it comes to financial decisions we have made, almost everyone has thought or spoken that phrase. To help you NOT ever have to say it again is Sam Dogen who writes the Financial Samurai blog (https://www.financialsamurai.com/) He is also a contributor to CNBC and author of the book Buy This, Not That (https://amzn.to/3bXBcrb). If you have ever made financial decisions you have come to regret, you need to hear what he has to say. Fleas can drive your pet and you crazy – particularly in the summer. A lot of pet owners use flea collars to combat the problem but there are some concerns. Listen as I explain why stores such as PetSmart and Petco have stopped selling certain flea collars and how they may cause harm to your pet, your children and you. https://www.nrdc.org/experts/mrotkinellman/flea-collar-chemicals-are-poisoning-kids-and-pets PLEASE SUPPORT OUR SPONSORS! Hometap is the smart new way to access your home's equity and pay for life's expenses without a loan! Learn more and get a personalized estimate at https://HomeTap.com If you drive a car or truck, you need GetUpside, https://app.getupside.com/for-people/gas the FREE gas app that pays you cash back for every gallon of gas you buy! Go to https://Shopify.com/sysk for a FREE fourteen-day trial and get full access to Shopify's entire suite of features! Redeem your rewards for cash in any amount, at any time, with Discover Card! Learn more at https://Discover.com/RedeemRewards The magic is waiting! Download Harry Potter: Puzzles & Spells, for free, from the iOS App Store or Google Play today! https://www.geico.com Bundle your policies and save! It's Geico easy! Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices

The Wrap-Up Show
The Wrap-Up Show: Giants 12 Padres 0

The Wrap-Up Show

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 11, 2022 56:43


The Padres are silenced by the Giants as San Francisco salvages a split of the four-game series at Petco. What are the Friars biggest needs as the deadline approaches? --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/wrapupshow/support

Fox Sports Radio Weekends
Steve Hartman & Geoff Schwartz on NFL-Vegas Opening Lines, Mayfield, Jimmy G. & Petco Experience

Fox Sports Radio Weekends

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 9, 2022 119:39


Steve and Geoff are living the dream and starting their Saturday off with Vegas Opening Lines for Week 1 in the NFL, which are out now. The fellas talk Baker Mayfield, Jimmy G., Deshaun Watson's looming suspension and College football super conferences. Steve shares his Petco Park experience, as the atmosphere and food were amazing, but the City Connect jerseys were ugly. They talk KD, Lakers/LeBron – are teams pushing back on player empowerment? Plus, NFL insider Adam Caplan joins the show to talk everything pigskin!  See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

The Darren Smith Show
Hour 1- Padres karaoke, Machado & Arenado in dead heat, Joc Pederson returns

The Darren Smith Show

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 7, 2022 43:32


Hour 1- Padres celebrate Manny's bday with karaoke, Manny Machado and Nolan Arenado tied in ASG voting, Joc Pederson returns to Petco, who should the Padres grab from Reds and Pirates?

Storytelling School
How Your Choices Change the Story for the Animals

Storytelling School

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 6, 2022 30:12


As my grandma Moo approaches her 100th birthday, she tells me she wants a kitty. What grandma wants, grandma gets. So I start my kitty hunt, deciding that an older feline will do the trick. After hours of searching, I come across the dream kitty at Santa Barbara Humane. Her name's Maribel, and I fall in love with her immediately. But I can't get out that day to adopt her because of an Improv show I have to do that night. So I call and ask them to please hold on to this cat until the next morning. The person on the other end, however, lets me know that they have a first come, first served policy for adoptions. And she can't break the policy even after I explain that it's for my 100-year-old grandmother.  “If the kitty isn't adopted, she's yours first thing in the morning,” she says. So the next morning, my husband Mark and I get in the car in the pouring rain and make a stop at Petco for supplies on the two-hour drive to Santa Barbara Humane's Santa Maria Campus. When we get there I announce, “We're here to adopt Maribel.” Just then I notice another couple in the waiting area who says, “Oh, we're here to adopt Maribel too.” My heart sinks. We're five minutes too late from being first. This other couple goes into the room to meet Maribel. We wait. When they reemerge they share that she won't come out from under her chair to greet them, so they've decided to adopt another cat!  Hurray! Mark and I still have a shot at this and rush into the room. And wouldn't you know it? Just as we sit down on the floor, this dream kitty for Moo instantly comes right out, plops herself down in Mark's lap and starts purring away. (I secretly think she was hiding from the other couple on purpose because she knew we were the right humans to adopt her.) Happy endings to stories like that happen every day, and today's special guest gets to witness them personally. Kerri Burns is the CEO of Santa Barbara Humane. In this episode, she talks about what the Humane Society is all about, shares stories of some of the pets she's fostered, reveals the three different types of cats, and discusses how the organization in Santa Barbara works with animals and people to make sure adoptions are a great fit for both. She also answers curious questions like: How does a chihuahua in dire straits show the good intentions people can have? How is the Humane Society part of a bigger whole? And what amazing things does Santa Barbara Human do for animals (and humans)?  What you will learn in this episode: What it means to think from the paws up What misconception always comes up regarding stories of sheltered animals How you can help change the story for animals in shelters Who is Kerri? Kerri Burns has served several roles in the Humane Society and other animal rights organizations across the country. She was the Interim Chief Executive Officer and President of the Humane Society of Southern Arizona in Tucson. Then she served as the President of Pet Alliance of Greater Orlando before moving on as Interim Executive Director of the Tree House Humane Society in Chicago, Illinois. Previously, Kerri also assisted animals through some of the country's greatest animal disasters through Animal Emergency Services Programs for the American Humane Association. She's been recognized for her educational outreach on various animal welfare topics with the American Humane Association's Dennis White Award and for her management of charitable giving for PetSmart Charities®. Currently, she's the Chief Executive Officer for Santa Barbara Humane.

Talkin' Business and Facts
Lego To Open Its First US Factory, Petco To Tap Into A $7B Market, and Amazon Using Drones To Deliver Packages In Rural America

Talkin' Business and Facts

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 2, 2022 7:35


Raise your hand if you thought Lego already had tons of factories in the US. Legos were founded in Demark and they used Mexico to build a factory but now have plans to build in Virginia.Petco aims to tap into the rural USA pet parents market which is worth about $7 billion. They plan to do this by building rural stores.Amazon will soon be using drones to deliver packages in California.

Connecting the Dots
Work Made Fun Gets Done! with Dr. Bob Nelson & Mario Tamayo

Connecting the Dots

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 30, 2022 31:43


Dr. Bob Nelson is considered the leading advocate for employee recognition and engagement worldwide. He has sold over 5 million books on those topics, including 1501 Ways to Reward Employees, The 1001 Rewards & Recognition Fieldbook, 1001 Ways to Energize Employees, The Management Bible, 1001 Ways to Engage Employees, and his latest book: Work Made Fun Gets Done!: Easy Ways to Boost Energy, Morale, and Results.   Dr. Bob has been featured extensively in the national and international media including The New York Times, The Wall Street Journal, CNN, CBS 60 Minutes, MSNBC, ABC, PBS and NPR about how best to motivate today's employees. He has presented on six continents and worked with 80 percent of the Fortune 500 companies.   Mario Tamayo has 30+ years of experience in maximizing human performance and organization development, and has been an advocate of promoting company cultures of enjoyable employment and recognition—demonstrating that “work made fun does, in fact, get done.” Mario is a principal with Tamayo Group Inc. (www.tamayogroup.com), a Cardiff-by-the-Sea, California–based leadership consulting firm. He coaches, writes extensively, and speaks and leads workshops on management development, presentations skills, and personal and professional empowerment. He has been responsible for several successful performance and product improvement initiatives for organizations, including Amylin Pharmaceuticals, The Anthony Robbins Companies, Broadcom, The Ken Blanchard Companies, Life Technologies, L'Oreal, Mitchell, Nelson Motivation, Petco, ProSciento, and Viasat. Link to claim CME credit: https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/3DXCFW3 (https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/3DXCFW3) CME credit is available for up to 3 years after the stated release date Contact CEOD@bmhcc.org if you have any questions about claiming credit.

Business Wars Daily
Petco Wants to Take Care of Your Horses and Chickens, Too

Business Wars Daily

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 27, 2022 3:44


Today is Monday, June 27, and we're looking at Petco vs. Petsmart.See Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.

The Darren Smith Show
Hour 1- Why is Fernando Tatis swinging a bat kept so secretive? Kevin Acee discusses Tatis & Machado

The Darren Smith Show

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 22, 2022 41:14


Hour 1- Were the Padres unaware Fernando Tatis was swinging a bat or just keeping it a secret? Kevin Acee joins the show on latest from Petco & Manny Machado avoiding the IL.

Animal Radio®
1176. Quitting Your Dumb Job To Work With Animals

Animal Radio®

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 17, 2022 81:30


Doggy Limousine Service Daniel Williams quit his regular job to open a pet transport business, like Zoo-ber. He says it's going well although he has one customer than demands he talks to their dog only in "baby-talk." Listen Now Fighting Fleas We're on the heels of another big flea season. Chances are good your pets will get fleas, unless you live in Las Vegas or Phoenix. Is there a safer solution than the traditional topicals? Doc Halligan says there are lots of safe remedies for the 'battle of the fleas.' Listen Now Fat Pets and Disease Diabetes is fairly prevalent with the trend towards obese pets. It can be managed with daily insulin injections. Pancreatitis also plagues dogs especially when they've been fed fatty treats from the table. Dr. Debbie has the information you need if your pet suffers from an obesity related disease. Listen Now 5 Most Uncommon Legal Pets Animal Radio's Pet World Insider Robert Semrow has a knack for lists. This week he has the top 5 strange, unique and elusive pets that are actually legal to own in the U.S. - Sorry, ferrets are still against the law in California and New York. Listen Now 8-Legged Pets You may not think of big hairy spiders as pets, but some people do, and Petco wants their business. The company has announced it is expanding their "tarantula offerings" to give pet parents the chance to further explore the amazing world of arachnids. Interestingly, not only do tarantulas have eight legs, they also have a large round eye surrounded by three smaller ones on each side for a total of eight eyes as well. Listen Now From the "Too Stupid to Own a Pet Department" A California woman captured video of another woman driving her car and walking her dog by holding its leash out of the car window while she was driving. The director of the local animal services department in Stockton said he found the video distressing and recommended the woman be charged with animal cruelty, but police reviewed the video and did not believe there was evidence of cruelty, but said the woman in the car would have been charged with "distracted driving" IF she had been seen by an officer. Listen Now Read more about this week's show.

The Darren Smith Show
Adnan Virk "I think we're going to sell Manny for MVP"

The Darren Smith Show

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 8, 2022 12:12


MLB Network's Adnan Virk discussed storylines for Padres vs. Mets, what stats determine what a good team is, his trip to San Diego and Petco & an epic review of Top Gun: Maverick.

Snacks Daily

Petco's CEO thinks they are recession proof because people ultimately prioritize puppies, yeah. Justin Timberlake just sold his music for a reported $100M — not because it's sexy, but because it's un-sexy. And the NFL is set to launch NFL+ in July, the newest streamer. But football is putting pro's before co's. Enjoy your Memorial Day Weekend and we'll catch ya next on Tuesday. $WOOF $BX Follow us on Instagram, Twitter, and Tiktok: @tboypod And now watch us on Youtube Want a Shoutout on the pod? Fill out this form Got the Best Fact Yet? We got a form for that too Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices

SoFi Daily Podcast
SoFi Daily Podcast - 5/25/2022

SoFi Daily Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later May 25, 2022 5:09


US stocks were mixed Tuesday. Plus, Abercrombie & Fitch posts downbeat results, Volkswagen eyes EV crown, and Petco posts earnings beat.