Interzoo – the trade fair for products for pets
Exhibition Centre Nuremberg
Interzoo 2020 is postponed. Further information will follow.
every two years
19 to 21 May 2020: 09:00 - 18:00
22 May 2020: 09:00 - 16:00
Meeting place of the pet industry
As the world’s leading exhibition of supplies for dogs, cats, rodents, horses and birds, Interzoo drives innovation in the industry. In 2018, round about 39,000 trade visitors sourced information on the latest pet food, accessories, grooming aids and technical innovations in the aquaria, garden pond and terraria segments from about 1,990 exhibitors from 66 countries. You just have to be there!
The history of Interzoo and other facts about the exhibition
From pasting tables to the world’s biggest pet supplies exhibition
Interzoo’s outstanding success story began with the presentation of products on four pasting tables, when four member companies presented their new products on pasting tables during the annual conference of the German Pet Trade & Industry Association (ZZF) in 1950. The association members liked the presentation so much that the “Zoo-Börse” became a permanent feature and soon afterwards received the name “Zoo-Messe”.
The international break-through of the “Zoo-Messe” succeeded in the congress hall of the Frankfurt exhibition site in 1959. The subsidiary Wirtschaftsgemeinschaft Zoologischer Fachbetriebe GmbH (WZF) took over all ZZF business activities from 1966 onwards and gave the exhibition – meanwhile held in Wiesbaden – the new name of Interzoo. Interzoo 1984 with 350 exhibitors and increasingly professionally designed stands reached the limits of its capacity in Wiesbaden and the exhibition moved to Nuremberg in 1988. Interzoo continuously extended its product spectrum in Nuremberg and today is indisputably the world’s leading exhibition for the global pet industry.
Highlights or Interzoo 2018
You’ll be impressed by the success of the show. The
review of Interzoo 2018 includes impressions, videos and commentaries by exhibitors and visitors, in addition to a full show report.