The ceremony is being held virtually this year in light of continued restrictions on large-scale events, as well as the local lockdowns currently in place.
The federation added that this is “something which this year has been more relevant than ever due to the unprecedented challenges that the industry has faced”.
Winners will receive a certificate and will be sent their own Pet Industry Federation Award – a PIFA – to display in their premises.
The ceremony will be broadcast from the ‘Auditorium’ at 7pm on the Virtual Petindex website on 9 November. All members of the pet industry are invited to attend.
Nigel Baker, PIF CEO, said: “The Pet Industry Federation would have loved to have found a way to bring the industry together with a live event this year, having postponed the Awards from Petindex in April, but sadly it was not to be.
“We are so looking forward however to broadcasting an online presentation ceremony where finalists and others in the industry can virtually gather to discover this year’s winners.”
He added: “We hope that our Awards will provide a cause for excitement in the pet industry after what has been an extremely tough year. We look forward to seeing you there and celebrating with you.”