We.pet is one of 450 exhibitors attending ZOOMARK INTERNATIONAL in Bologna from 10 to 12 November where you will find us on Stand C24 in the British Pavilion in Hall 26.
After a Covid-restricted absence the show returns once more to bring suppliers from 40 countries around the world together under one roof under the organisation of BolognaFiere with the support of Assalco (National Association of Pet Food and Pet Care Companies), ANMVI (National Association of Italian Veterinary Doctors), the Emilia-Romagna regional administration and the Operational Secretariat of Promopet.
The show will feature an exceptional number of new products, a packed programme of conventions and meetings, and a new exhibition layout that combines functionality with compliance with anti-Covid regulations that will allow exhibitors and operators to experience the days of the exhibition in complete safety.
We.pet distributes 11 brands internationally, further details of which can be found here.
The Exhibition will open on 10 November with the inaugural conference presenting the 14th edition of the Assalco-Zoomark Report, which will provide an analysis of the market and the main socio-cultural trends in the pet world in Italy. At the end of the presentation of the Report, representatives from the political and institutional world will make further contributions at a round table on the protection of pets and related economic and fiscal policies.
The programme of events is rounded off by focus sessions and meetings about foreign markets, developed with partners such as Euromonitor and ICE-Agenzia. Still on the subject of market scenarios, the Chinese market – in the run-up to CIPS (the China International Pet Show) – will be the subject of a webinar on 3 November as part of the first day of Zoomark Digital Session. A specific joint initiative between Zoomark International and Interzoo to introduce the Italian and German markets to Chinese operators will take place on the opening day of CIPS, on 17 November. The focus of attention at Zoomark International 2021 will also be on health, an extraordinarily topical issue following the increases in the pet population, to which seminars and meetings promoted by E.V. and PetAcademy will be dedicated.