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First Global B2B VetExchangePlus

For Immediate Release

VetSquare.com - First Global B2B VetExchangePlus for the Animal Health Industry VetSquare.com is the first B2B Global VetExchangePlus offering a complete online Business Environment for the exclusive exchange of Animal Health Products, Services and Ideas.

VetSquare.com is focused on the daily activities of Vet Professionals which include: procurement of Animal Health Products, sourcing for Business Partners, Information exchange (Forum), Product Customisation and Career Placements.

Our Target Market include : Buyers, Sellers, Traders, Nutritionists, Veterinarians, Research Scientists, Institutions, Associations, Lab Scientists........

VetSquare.com will leverage on the existing inefficiencies in the Vet Market due to diversities which create significant price differentiation for Vet products and services. VetSquare.com therefore envisions aggregating the Global Vet Market to eliminate existing inefficiencies in the procurement, pricing and distribution of products, services and ideas.

VetSquare.com will be promoted by a consortium of Industry Players and Venture Capitalists with in depth knowledge of the Vet market. The Vortal is managed by Industry Veterans with over 25 years of Global business contacts and deep understanding of the Market.

To learn more about the first Global B2B VetExchangePlus , visit www.vetsquare.com About VetSquare.com

VetSquare.com is the Internet's first Global VetExchangePlus focused exclusively on the needs of the Animal Health Industry. Vet Professionals around the world use VetSquare.com to find trading partners, negotiate pricing and complete transactions online. Founded in 2000, VetSquare.com is headquartered in Singapore with plans for expansion into strategic locations around the globe. For more information, visit our website at www.vetsquare.com

For more details Contact :
Kenny Pereira VetSquare.com Singapore
Email: management@vetsquare.com T
elephone (65) 367 4608 Fax (65) 2340743 (Singapore)
(1-212) 898 0380 (USA)
(44-207) 900 6671 (UK)
(61-29) 475 4163 (Australia)


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