TIME FOR CHANGE
Welcome to Australia’s all in one business-and-learning festival, designed to:
Like every industry, animal health is changing: the humanization of pets is now a leading trend; the demand for livestock and poultry production is constantly escalating; controlling disease and sustainability of wildlife resources is top of mind; and the development of ground breaking research has become a core focus.
Since COVID-19, the need to re-connect, learn and upskill, as well as uncover innovative products and services, has never been more relevant. This year, we bring attendees a COVIDsafe event format where attendees can attend in person over two days on the 20 & 21 October 2021 at the ICC in Sydney, Australia.
The VET Expo is an in person B2B event intentionally designed to connect buyers to sellers who wish to learn more about the latest technology, products and services in the veterinarian and animal health industry. The VET Expo showcases disruptors who promise clinical excellence and operational innovation with the services they provide to buyers.
An event that unites all stakeholders – vets and veterinary specialists, veterinary nurses, animal technologists and technicians, commercial farmers, breeders, researchers, wildlife parks, associations and peak bodies, suppliers and solution providers, government, start-ups and innovators.
New format, new thinking, new technology, more efficiency and best practice, The VET Expo is the definitive event that brings all these elements together under one roof.
In addition to over 80 leading exhibits, this vibrant event also includes top quality CPD and 100s of exciting demos, prizes and networking opportunities all together, in the same space, at the same time giving you excellent bang for your buck. Registrations are open, secure your ticket today! Book now.
Global Animal Vaccines Market is expected to surpass
Global Veterinary industry to maintain growth at
Global Animal Healthcare Market has an estimated value of
Global Medicated Feed Market additives is currently valued at over
TOTAL GLOBAL VETERINARY PRODUCTS AND SERVICES VALUED AT $54.46 BILLION