Organisers of London Vet Show have announced the launch of a major new conference and exhibition for the veterinary profession – New York Vet.

Organisers of London Vet Show are taking on the US, introducing a show in Manhattan, New York City.
Organisers of London Vet Show are taking on the US with a show in Manhattan, New York City.

Brief Media and CloserStill Media, organisers of Europe’s biggest veterinary exhibition, will debut the North American incarnation of their format on 9-10 November 2017 – the same month London Vet Show returns.

Manhattan venue

The event will take place at the Javits Center, West 34th Street in Manhattan and organisers hope to provide thousands of veterinary visitors with high-value, hands-on practical clinical and business content in a multi stream programme.

Exhibiting companies are also being lined up to showcase the best from the North American and international veterinary marketplaces.

New York Vet follows London Vet Show in providing a two-day, concise and concentrated event to fulfil a need among some in the veterinary community for events that don’t make unwanted demands on their time.

Fourth show

The award-winning format, which has all CPD content and exhibition stands together under one roof, has also been introduced in Paris and Cologne.

Across the three European events, more than 800 exhibitors participate and New York Vet has space for more than 160 suppliers.

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