Zoomark International, the international trade show for pet products andequipment, has announced it will be held in Bologna from 15-17 May 2023.

The 20th edition of the event allows the world’s leading companies and the petindustry community to create relationships, tackle challenges, discovertrends, and keep up to date with the latest issues and strategies.

Antonio Bruzzone, General Manager of BolognaFiere, said Zoomark Internationalis pursuing increasingly ambitious objectives, aiming to outdo the resultsachieved in November 2021 which saw more than 60 per cent of internationalexhibitors from 83 different countries.

“It is our intention to confirm Zoomark International’s role as a focal pointfor professionals in the pet industry to come together and do business: agenuine show experience that enables attendees to get a preview of the maininnovations, explore the mega trends of the present and future, and keep up todate with all the developments in a continuously evolving market that isconstantly being called on to respond rapidly to new challenges.”

Popular initiatives with exhibitors and visitors during past editions havebeen reconfirmed, such as Pet Vision, the innovative take on the new productsarea, and the Aqua Project space, along with new events for tradeprofessionals who see Zoomark International as a source of indispensableinsight for doing business in the industry and embracing an innovation-oriented vision.

Domenico Lunghi, Business Unit Director of BolognaFiere, said this edition ofthe show will be focussing on innovation, sustainability, and socialawareness.

“The show will build on the valuable experience gained in its 19 past editionsand the positive feedback from the extraordinary edition of November 2021,while clearly looking to the future.”

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