- Mark, Ocean Life Aquatics says:
Being an OATA member and displaying the logo on my van creates awareness and recognition that I am working in accordance with OATA guidelines. OATA also gives me an important ‘heads-up’ when it comes to industry news that may affect my business. I will also be enrolling on OATA’s home-study course to enhance my knowledge and provide me with some formal qualifications.
- David, The Ark Pet Centre says:
I joined OATA as it is specifically focused on ensuring the future of the UK aquatic industry and can only continue its work with the support of its members. I have also enrolled our aquatic staff on OATA’s Certificate Course as these additional skills and expertise will enhance the buying experience for customers and present The Ark Centres as a knowledgeable and reputable aquatic retailer.
- Neil, Coxwell Aquatics says:
OATA gives us the guidelines and standards to operate a reputable and successful retail operation.
- Barry, The Goldfish Bowl says:
Joining OATA was most certainly the right thing to do. We need OATA to keep the industry and our business going. I am sure that we wouldn’t have the availability of fish if it wasn’t for OATA’s ongoing activity and support.
- Phil, Real Reefs says:
Joining OATA is not an expensive thing – it’s an important thing. When it’s your business, you need someone in your corner, to keep you fully informed and fight the issues that may affect your livelihood.
- Tom, Bit O Blue says:
Becoming a member was an easy decision. It is vital that my customers have peace of mind and are reassured that the service I provide is in accordance with OATA guidelines.