The best part about exhibiting at one of our US Vet Shows events isn’t our 800+ exhibitors, 8,500+ attendees, great destinations, hybrid options, or proven exhibitor-focused expo floor model: the best part is that we actually listen to your business goals and help make them happen.
MEET YOUR TARGET AUDIENCE
Our Vet Shows are strategically hosted in destination-attractive locations where veterinary practices are also abundant. With every state represented by our attendees, our shows are always recognized as a “must-attend” for every local market in the US.
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A SHOW FLOOR LIKE NO OTHER
Unlike any other veterinary event, we build our theaters right on the show floor to maintain a steady flow of traffic to your booth throughout the entirety of the show. A flexible program allows more face time with decision-makers interested in your products and services to advance their practice and career.
BEYOND THE BOOTH
Stand out from the competition with branding and sponsorship opportunities. Boost brand awareness, gain new leads, increase sales, maximize ROI through sponsored presentations, pre/post-show marketing, and so much more. Turn your business objectives into real results while having a great time.
It has been a great show because I love the dedication of the Vet Show team; making sure that everyone is happy. It's a very unique show, and having the exhibit hall and the theaters in one space causes great traffic. We've gotten a lot more leads than we thought we were going to get, so it's been really well. I highly recommend New York Vet and I'm coming back next year.
The difference between Chicago Vet and other conferences is that there’s more traffic since there are classes all around the booths. As a result of this show, we’ve had more sales. We’ve done better than we thought we would.
We got some great contacts and have really good responses. New York Vet does a good job at driving traffic to booths; having people come in and visit the exhibit hall. I've been to a lot of other conventions where we don't get near as much traffic.