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Report Launch: The Market for Pet Food, Supplies, and Services in China

  • Type :Webinar
  • Date & Time (Beijing) :Dec 16, 5:00 pm - 6:00 pm, 2021
  • Date & Time (Brussels) :Dec 16, 10:00 am - 11:00 am, 2021
  • Venue :Online

Dog and cat owners in urban areas in China spent RMB 206.5 billion (€27.5 billion) on pet food, supplies, medicines, and services in 2020.[1]  Looking ahead, COVID will likely boost the market for pet food, supplies, medicines, and services, with people spending more time at home and therefore using their pets to relieve stress and curb loneliness. In addition, there is room for sustainable future growth of this sector in China as pet owners are paying increasing attention to their pet’s health and nutrition, with meals and services, including care and medical attention, all seeing a surge in consumer popularity.

The EU SME Centre and the China-Britain Business Council are happy to invite you for this workshop on 16 December 2021 which will be a launch event of the new report on Pet Food, Supplies, and Services in China

The Report “Market for Pet Food, Supplies, and Services in China”navigates the pet food, pet supplies, and pet services markets in China. Specifically, the report analyses:

  • The existing competitive landscape and detailing the latest relevant policies, laws, and provisions, respectively for pet food, supplies, and services;
  • Recent and future developments, consumer trends, key players, and opportunities and challenges in the sector for EU SMEs.

The Report provides a comprehensive overview of China’s market for pet food, pet supplies and pet services as it stands now, and to point the way ahead for EU SMEs looking to take advantage of the opportunities in this market.

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Agenda:

17:00 – 17:05: Opening & welcome remarks

-Alessio Petino, Knowledge Coordinator, EU SME Centre

17:05 – 17:35: Keynote speech – Report presentation

-Ran Guo, Assistant Director, Food & Drink Sector, CBBC

17:35 – 17:55: Q&A

17:55 – 18:00: Wrap Up

Speaker:

Ran Guo, Assistant Director, Food & Drink, CBBC

Ran leads CBBC’s China Food and Drink Sector team to provide business support services to UK companies. Ran works closely with partner UK government departments and trade associations to deliver research reports, trade missions, and local showcasing events. She also organises and participates in sector trade shows around China.

Prior to joining CBBC, Ran worked in the consulting industry in Shanghai and Beijing for six years, where she developed her specialisms in primary market research, company due diligence, and competition intelligence analysis. Ran has excellent research skills and a thorough understanding of the various obstacles international companies face when entering the China market.

The Report “Market for Pet Food, Supplies, and Services in China”navigates the pet food, pet supplies, and pet services markets in China. Specifically, the report analyses:

  • The existing competitive landscape and detailing the latest relevant policies, laws, and provisions, respectively for pet food, supplies, and services;
  • Recent and future developments, consumer trends, key players, and opportunities and challenges in the sector for EU SMEs.

The Report provides a comprehensive overview of China’s market for pet food, pet supplies and pet services as it stands now, and to point the way ahead for EU SMEs looking to take advantage of the opportunities in this market.



[1]As the pet medicine market is a complex one and pet medicines are under the supervision of authorities including the Ministry of Agriculture, the China Institution of Veterinary Drug Control, and the Centre for Veterinary Drug Evaluation, this report will not go into details of the market for pet medicine, but will refer to it when appropriate.