Aquarama is one of Asia’s biggest international ornamental fish and accessories exhibition

Aquarama is one of Asia’s biggest international ornamental fish and accessories exhibition for the aquatic fish industries and its related sectors. Slated for 26 – 29 May 2011 in Singapore, Aquarama will incorporate Pet Asia 2011 that will add on to the spectacular settings of the dynamic event.

Aquarama is an all-encompassing event that offers boundless business opportunities to its targeted market segments. Industry players from all over the world choose Aquarama as their definitive meeting place and channel for growing their businesses – whether it is for sourcing new products, setting new industry standards or simply learning of the latest technology and industry developments.

Based on the latest FAO data, Singapore is once again the number 1 ornamental fish exporting country, accounting for 20.71% of the world’s total ornamental fish export value in 2007 (US$319.093 million). The economic outlook for the aquatic fish industries are set aglow with the vast business opportunities in Singapore and Asia. Discover the potential of the global markets and drive success to your business in the vibrant ornamental and aquatics fish industries.


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