Zoomark Makes Changes for 2019



Zoomark International, organized by Bolognafiere, will feature new halls and extended exhibiting space. Held every other year in Europe, Zoomark will now cover a surface area of more than 53,000 square meters in order to offer greater capacity and a more streamlined visitor experience. The professional pet industry event’s most recent edition in 2017 saw a 17 percent increase in the number of exhibitors and a 25 percent rise in trade visitors. The additional space will better accommodate a similar increase in attendance for the 2019 event.


Zoomark also made changes to its event dates. In response to demands from exhibitors and visitors, Zoomark will now take place during the week rather than on a weekend. Zoomark International 2019 will run from Monday, May 6th to Thursday, May 9th. This change will enable attendees to organize their visits on the day they prefer, and distribute visitor numbers over four days.


"We are working to make next year's event even more engaging than the previous ones, and we are also continuing to focus on its international outlook,” said Antonio Bruzzone, general director of BolognaFiere. “As always, the focus of Zoomark International is business and information. It offers a showcase for the pet industry, an opportunity to hear all the latest news, stay up to date with professional training, network with the major international players, promote products, and create new business in Italy and around the world.”


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