Exhibit in U.S. Pavilions at International Trade Shows
Exhibit at Zoomark International 2019
May 6-9, 2019
The 2018 ASSALCO - ZOOMARK Report on Pet Food and Pet Care (regarding 2017) has just been published by the Italian National Association for Pet Food and Pet Care Companies (ASSALCO) and Zoomark International, the international trade fair for pet products and accessories organized by BolognaFiere.
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ZOOMARK INTERNATIONAL 2019
More than one Italian out of three owns at least one pet; almost two thirds of them (63.1%) keep at least one dog and slightly less than a half (43%) one or more cats. According to the Assalco-Zoomark 2015 Report there are about 60.5 million pets in Italian households, of which 14 million cats and dogs, 13 million birds, 30 million fishes and about 3 million reptiles, rodents and other small animals.
The Italian market for pet food and care products is very strong and set to further grow in both constant value and volume terms. In 2014 the pet food industry alone recorded a combined turnover of euro 1,830 million, with a total volume of 544,000 tons sold and a positive trend resulting in a significant growth of 2.4% compared to the previous year.
Zoomark International 2015 featured 615 exhibitors, of which 65% were foreign companies, and attracted nearly 23,000 qualified international buyers, of which 6.773 coming from 85 foreign countries (+15% compared to the previous show).
There are two ways to exhibit at Zoomark International 2019:
- As a member of the highly-regarded USA Pavilion, which provides an excellent and low-cost opportunity for you to access the lucrative Italian and European market for pet supplies. The USA Pavilion, located in the heart of the show, offers participation options in a USA-branded environment with value-added services included in the participation cost.
- As an individual exhibitor, on the general show floor or as part of the new Aqua Project sector for the aquarium industry.
Please note that USA Pavilion participants must display a majority of goods that are either produced in the United States or, if not, marketed under the name of a U.S. firm and have at least 51 percent U.S. content of the value of the service.