"To be a pet exhibition that better understands the needs of buyers", this year's Shenzhen Pet Exhibition upgrade plans to set up "domestic brand hall", "import product hall", "smart life hall", "cat product hall" and "pet supplies hall" , "Cross-Border E-Commerce Pavilion" with seven characteristic theme pavilions, providing professional visitors and exhibitors at home and abroad with a more accurate and efficient exhibition and trade cooperation platform.
Shenzhen International Pet Supplies Exhibition (Pet Show) is the largest pet industry flagship exhibition in South China, Hong Kong and Macau. Through reform and innovation, accumulation, active exploration and accumulation, it has become a comprehensive platform covering functions such as foreign trade export, domestic sales expansion, new product release, brand promotion, and pet interaction.
As an international trade window, Shenzhen is located at the forefront of China's Pearl River Delta, adjacent to Hong Kong, Macao, Taiwan and Southeast Asian countries. It is a hub for China to connect overseas and radiate the inland. The huge regional consumer market and the rapid increase in the number of participants each year indicate that Pet Fair has truly become a veritable annual brand event in South China, Hong Kong and Macau.
Previous exhibition had a total area of 45,000 square meters, 550 exhibitors and 89,487 exhibitors. Pet dealers, stores, medical, beauty and other institutions and pet lovers from China, Hong Kong, Macao and Taiwan regions visited, setting a record high. Among them, the number of professional visitors increased by 18% compared with the previous session. Shenzhen International Pet Products Fair Pet Fair is driven by innovation, based in China, connected to Asia, facing the world, and bringing together the entire pet industry chain.
Time: 2023-03-23 ~ 03-26 Opening time: 09:00:00-18:00:00
Venue: Shenzhen Futian Convention and Exhibition Center, Shenzhen, China
Exhibition Industry: Pet Products
Sponsor: Shenzhen International Pet Supplies Exhibition Organizing Committee
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