Virtual Buyer Platform to be launched first

Despite Asia is getting more COVID-free countries and some internationaltravels may soon be restarting the organizers of PET FAIR SEA have decided topostpone the launch of the trade fair this October. to 20-22 January 2021.

Instead of hosting a physical live-event October, VNU will launch a virtualbuyer fair called PreConnect to be held on the original opening date, October14 2020. This platform enables fast-growing buyer demand to meet new brandsand products virtually. The virtual PreConnect is a 1-day event invites thetop influential buyers from 15 countries and is designed to help both buyersand exhibitors to start exploring business opportunities before meeting faceto face next January.

“As a fast-growing community, we believe in change by innovation. PET FAIR SEArepresents brands from across the world. The international community, inparticular from Europe and North America are major contributors. We believethat exhibitors should have at least 3 months’ time to prepare for a qualityand international trade fair. We choose to give more time for a recovery ofinternational travel. With postponing the physical trade fair, we stillsupport our exhibitors and buyers to organize their participation andconnecting them ahead of the physical meetings through our virtual PreConnectplatform”, says Manuel Madani, who is leading PET FAIR SEA.

The PreConnect buyer platform is coming to market by the end of August 2020.It’s offered as a service to registered exhibitors and new-comers that can’ttravel yet. The physical trade fair PET FAIR SEA together with WSAVAMasterclass, The PETXPERT and seminars will be taking place on 20-22 ofJanuary 2021. The online registration will be re-opened again from Oct 1,2020. For those attendees and visitors who already preregistered, theinformation will be automatically transferred to the show in January 2021.

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