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Why Exhibit?

WE HELP YOU GENERATE BUSINESS.

We are so excited to introduce our newest vet show, DC Vet.

Washington, DC is a lively city full of history and culture - the perfect setting for our new veterinary event. So, what should you expect at DC Vet?

  • The 2020 premiere will see over 1,300 veterinary professionals gathering from every state in the US, as well as attracting many from all over the world. This provides exhibitors with the opportunity to engage familiar faces, meet potential customers but most importantly meet buyers.
  • 160+ exhibiting companies from every vertical in the veterinary industry will make the most of our unique interactive expo model – it is the new national event to be at. 
  • Not like any other conference - our conference theaters are purpose-built and located on the exhibition floor, enabling you to have the most productive days you’ve experienced at a vet exhibition in the US.

Brought to you by CloserStill Media, independent global event organizers and the creators of the London Vet Show and Brief Media, the acclaimed veterinary media business.  We know how to build events that work better for exhibitors than any other trade show you will have experienced.


For more information please contact a member of our team:

Guglielmo Girotto +1 929-446-4873

Dan Read +1 917-826-5528

You may also email us at dcvet@closerstillmedia.com

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CloserStill Media

Since 2010, we have won more Awards than any other company in the Exhibition Industry - The two most contested awards: 6 Best Trade Show Awards in the last 7 years and 7 Best Marketing Campaign/Marketer Awards in the last 7 years. We build great audiences for you. 

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Brief Media

Ranked the number 1 most essential publication by small animal veterinarians. For the past 11 years, Clinician’s Brief has been ranked #1 publication veterinary professionals would read first and the #1 source for diagnostic and treatment information. 

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