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  • US brand sells luxury pet beds
  • US brand sells luxury pet beds
    Sergiu Bacioiu (2009) ©
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US brand sells luxury pet beds

The $59 billion pet market is a crowded one. Breaking into it is tough, and demands an understanding of the modern pet owner – or more accurately, pet parent. It’s exactly sort of nous that has helped former restaurant manager Tina Nguyen make her mark.

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