With Interzoo 2024 just six months away, it’s evident that the leading global trade fair for the pet industry, slated for May 7 to 10 in Nuremberg, is poised to break size records. Stand registrations have surpassed the exhibition space of the largest Interzoo in 2018, establishing a new record for occupied space.
Currently, exhibitors from 63 countries are enlisted for Interzoo, featuring at least 13 international joint stands to enhance the event. Among these are new country pavilions from emerging markets like India, along with numerous European pavilions, including the UK joint stand, a participant since 1964.
In contrast to the 2022 edition, the upcoming 38th Interzoo will make use of two additional halls at the Nuremberg Exhibition Centre. Despite this expanded capacity, a scarcity of available stand space is evident six months before the trade fair’s kick-off, with only about five percent of the planned exhibition space still open.