The Animal Medicine and Veterinary Vaccines Sector – a $22 billion market

As highlighted by Zoetis , the largest global animal healthcare company and latest exhibitor partner to the Vaccine Congress Washington 2015, the animal medicines and veterinary vaccines sector is estimated to represent a global market of $22 billion within the approximate $92 – 102 billion animal health industry.   Additionally between 2011 and 2016, the animal medicines and vaccines sector is projected to grow at a compound annual growth rate of 5.7 percent per year, according to Vetnosis, a research and consulting firm specialising in global animal health and veterinary medicine. (

As animal health is closely connected to human health, the veterinary vaccines industry is becoming increasingly important. This is both from the perspective of humans eating farm animals and their produce, and also that approximately 60 percent of the diseases known to affect humans are zoonotic by nature, and this transmission between animals and humans is a major concern.

Zoetis delivers quality medicines and vaccines in this space, complemented by diagnostic products and genetic tests and supported by a range of services. On April 7-9 next year at the World Vaccine Congress Washington 2015, and in particular the Veterinary Vaccines Conference 2015 & Influenza Vaccines Conference 2015, Zoetis will be showcasing this diverse portfolio of products, services and animal health solutions at the largest networking event for Vaccine executive decision makers.


If you would like to join them to promote your own services, products and offering, at this or any of the other co-located two day conferences, then please contact us for more information, on

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