Eurovets marks another milestone with its participation at the prestigious World Veterinary Association Congress (WVAC) held for the first time in the Middle East
At the Congress, Eurovets will focus on INNOVATION and showcase cutting-edge solutions in veterinary segment
Dubai, United Arab Emirates, March 2022: Abu Dhabi has been selected by the World Veterinary Association as host for the 37th edition of its prestigious annual Congress taking place for the first time in the Middle East. To mark this historic event in the UAE, Eurovets a leading provider for all things veterinary / animals, will participate at the Congress, which will take place in Abu Dhabi, the United Arab Emirates on 29 – 31 March 2022.
At the Congress, Eurovets will focus on INNOVATION and showcase cutting-edge solutions in the veterinary segment. Eurovets will showcase its range of unique products which will add value to the veterinary industry with hands-on solutions. These include its unique B2B App, blood bank service, cold chain solutions, pet insurance, best biosecurity range, new diagnostics solutions from IDEXX, cutting edge endoscopy from Karl Storz and much more. Eurovets will also offer a special discount for orders received during the course of the exhibition.
The veterinary medicine market was valued at USD 42,633.76 million in 2020, and it is expected to reach USD 65,797.09 million by 2026, registering a CAGR of 7.56% during the forecast period. The major factors that contribute toward the growth of the veterinary medicine market include rise in number of pet owners and surge in livestock population across the globe. Furthermore, factors such as surge in prevalence of various medical conditions in animals also boost the veterinary medicine market growth. In addition, rise in animal healthcare expenditure is another major factor that fuels growth of the market.
The World Veterinary Association Congress (WVAC) is one of the industry’s most significant global events, and with Eurovets participating in the event, the company aims to instill it’s global knowledge with the nation’s wider development strategies, to position the country as a leader in veterinary solutions on the global map.
WVAC provides a unique and informative experience for veterinarians across all disciplines of the profession to come together to explore the challenges that veterinarians face not only regarding the health and welfare of animals, but also our environment. The conference will host leading speakers from around the world to present and discuss the latest knowledge and innovations in veterinary medicine, demonstrating the value of the profession for the public good in our rapidly changing world. Given the continuing uncertainties of the global COVID-19 pandemic, this meeting is being planned to accommodate both in-person and virtual participation.
In addition, The WVAC will include more than 108 specialized educational workshops and lectures over the three days, with the attendance of 40+ lecturers from all over the world. Besides this, there will be an accompanying exhibition for veterinary companies, scientific universities, and government agencies.