The organizers and exhibiting companies of Pet Fair South East Asia are inviting the global pet industry to the beautiful city of Bangkok, Thailand.
From October 25-27, Pet Fair South East Asia will return, providing a vibrant business-to-business meeting platform for the global pet industry to foster new partnerships in distribution, retail, and sourcing.
The top reasons for trade visitors to attend include:
• Meeting leading pet brands and OEM suppliers from all parts of the world.
• Discovering new business partnerships on the show floor.
• Attending Petfood Forum Asia, the world’s leading pet food conference platform.
• Taking advantage of multiple networking functions and connecting with industry peers.
• Experiencing the renowned Thai hospitality and combining business with leisure in Bangkok.
As of July, companies from 35 countries have confirmed their exhibitor presence on the 2023 show floor showcasing a wide range of different product segment for both brand and private label business. Trade visitors from over 70 countries are expected to attend the show from October 25-27, making it the most international pet industry tradeshow in Asia in 2023.
The fully B2B event will feature a comprehensive conference program, including Petfood Forum, the world’s leading pet food content platform, co-located with the show on October 25. Additionally, various networking functions are awaiting exhibiting companies and trade visitors, including a sky bar event called ‘One Night in Bangkok’ on the event of show day 2.
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