Zoomark International Organizers Report Increase in Exhibitors for 2019 Show
Organizers of the 2019 edition of Zoomark International, a trade show that will be held in Bologna, Italy from Monday, May 6 to Thursday, May 9, report that the new weekday format of the show has been a boon for this year's show.
“We can reveal that the number of exhibitors has risen,” said Marco Momoli, sales director of BolognaFiere. “And that stands are almost sold out. In particular there are more foreign companies, which now account for 70 percent of the total number of exhibitors. This is a sign of Zoomark International’s global renown, a result of the international outlook we have pursued in recent years. Increasing numbers of exhibitors and visitors are consulting our official website for information, and we are committed to reaching out to them, also via our newsletters. This ongoing communication enables us to receive valuable feedback and offer advice on how to get the best out of the event. This year we are excited about the new days: staging the event from Monday to Thursday makes it more suited to trade visitors and we are expecting a positive response on all fronts.”
The complete list of exhibitors available online will be updated day by day. Users have the option of selecting companies by country or product category: an intuitive tool designed to help visitors plan their time at the show. Exhibitor information, including company information and special offers during the show, is available on the show’s website in Italian and English.
The show’s organizers report that the 2019 show will host eight national delegations: China, the United States, the United Kingdom, Brazil, Taiwan, and the new entries: India and Czech Republic. The new groups will bring in more foreign visitors, boosting the networking activities, which are essential for both exhibitors and buyers, organizers said.
The 2019 event also consolidates the Aqua Project, the special section of Zoomark devoted to the aquarium industry. The area will feature two aquariums and a pond as the focal point, as well as exhibitors presenting their tanks.
Show organizers are confident that the 2019 event will do even better than the 2017 edition, which welcomed 27,000 visitors—a third of whom were from abroad.