SuperPet 2019, one of the leading trade fairs in Brazil for pet care professionals - industry, retailers, wholesalers, veterinarians, service providers, and others – will be held in Campinas, SP, April 2-4.
Organized by Top.Co., the vocation of SuperPet as a powerful pet business platform is expected to be even stronger in 2019 than in the first edition. The 2018 trade fair attracted a total of 10,500 visitors, and 150 exhibitors.
Visitors and exhibitors of SuperPet 2019 will experience an event focused in product promotion, partnerships development, innovation, and also enjoy an excellent opportunity to hear about emerging trends.
Repeating the successful format of 2018 edition, SuperPet 2019 will host veterinary conferences, talks, forums, and competitions dedicated to a wide range of pet care professionals. The parallel events will cover topics like business management, marketing, entrepreneurship, grooming, and veterinary technical lectures.
Veterinarians will specially experience high quality lectures in different expertise areas: Endocrinology, Dermatology, Orthopedics, Neurology, Rehabilitation, Pathology, Feline Medicine, Nephrology, Urology, Infectious Diseases, and Ozone Therapy.
This set of co-located events was designed to allow attendees gather relevant information from experts about challenges and solutions for matters they face in daily routine.
SuperPet will open the doors to the worldwide pet market with the first edition of its International Business Roundtable, to take place on April 2 in Campinas, SP.
Partnering with Top.Co., CW Aduana and WW Trading Worldwide are organizing the Business Roundtable in a way to maximize business opportunities for buyers and sellers – their interests will by previously matched in order to create a meeting schedule fruitful for both sides.
Registered attendees of Business Roundtable will have access to exclusive negotiations with Brazilian manufacturers of a wide range of pet products – plastic accessories, toys, leashes, clothes, beauty, dry and wet food, treats, cat litter, etc. No registration charges are required from international buyers.
By Lindsay Beaton
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