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June 24 - 26, 2025
Charlottetown | Prince Edward Island | Canada

Stellar lineup of panels unveiled for VetHealth Global 2023

VetHealth Global, the premier animal health and nutrition business conference, is pleased to announce the preliminary conference program is now available on the website. The conference will be held in Charlottetown, Prince Edward Island, Canada, from June 26 – 28, 2023.

The preliminary conference program includes a stellar lineup of panels tackling global challenges and topics in the animal health and nutrition industry. Some examples include:

Africa: One Health Imperatives for Economic Prosperity
Africa. 20% of the world’s land area. 16% of the world’s population – the youngest population in the world. 62 countries and territories with very large cultural diversity. Local, national, and multinational businesses are taking note of the opportunities, and animal health and nutrition is an important part of the move to food security and economic self-sufficiency. This panel of experts will provide insight and foresight.

The Digital Horizon
The digital world around us is accelerating change and opportunity within the animal health and nutrition space. Digital tech, predictive monitoring, diagnostics, digital market channels – animal health and nutrition companies, are moving to develop their digital strategies. This session will welcome a panel discussing where the strategic advantages lie.

Global Regulatory Opportunities, Challenges, Next Steps and Transformation
Modernization of the various regulatory approaches by regulatory agencies globally is critical for the vitality of the animal health industry and the innovation pathway. This facilitated panel session will feature senior regulatory agents from around the world that are collaborating towards strategic approaches to the regulation of animal health products between the jurisdictions.

Investor Perspectives: The Future of the Animal Health Industry
Given the growing importance of the animal health industry, investors and other funding agencies are playing important new roles in supporting the creation of innovation and new companies. This panel will feature the perspectives of investors, including new investors that have recently entered the animal health space, and a critical assessment of the opportunities and challenges.

VetHealth Global will also feature four sessions showcasing new and emerging companies that are defining and disrupting innovation in the industry. The conference is still seeking expressions of interests from companies looking to present and applications must be received by February 17, 2023.