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Published: March 08, 2024

Founders of Pet IQ To Speak at Falk Theatre March 14

Cord Christensen, founder, CEO and chairman of PetIQ, will give a talk as part of The University of Tampa Sykes College of Business’s Hall of Fame Business Speaker Series on Thursday, March 14.

	Founders of Pet IQ To Speak at Falk Theatre March 14Cord Christensen, founder, CEO and chairman of PetIQ, will give a talk as part of The University of Tampa Sykes College of Business’s Hall of Fame Business Speaker Series.

Christensen will be joined by his business partner and wife, Katie Turner Christensen, who is a strategic and financial communications executive. Their presentation is titled “You Can Teach a Dog New Tricks: Cord Christensen’s Journey to Building a Billion-Dollar Revenue Company (and How Katie Trained Him),” and will take place at Falk Theatre at 428 W. Kennedy Boulevard, from 6-7:30 p.m. The event is free and open to the public.

Cord Christensen began his career at Albertson’s Companies Inc. and has been a successful serial entrepreneur since his late 20s. Katie Turner Christensen has led pre-IPO and publicly traded global consumer packaged goods and high growth companies through all aspects of strategic and financial communications for nearly 20 years.

Seating is limited, so RSVP at ut.edu/business/sykeshalloffame/.

For more information contact Dominique Walker, coordinator of College of Business operations, at dwalker@ut.edu or (813) 257-3782. 


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