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Zomedica Expands Global Reach Through Strategic Alliance with Leader Healthcare Group for Sales Expansion in Key International Markets

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Leader Healthcare Group is Chosen as Distribution Partner to Launch Zomedica® Products into the Gulf Cooperation Council Countries in the Middle East & North Africa (MENA), and India

ANN ARBOR, MI / ACCESSWIRE / July 9, 2024 / Zomedica Corp. (NYSE American:ZOM) (“Zomedica” or the “Company”), a veterinary health company offering point-of-care diagnostics and therapeutic products for equine and companion animals, today announced the expansion of its sales reach to the Gulf Cooperation Council Countries, including UAE, Saudi Arabia, Qatar, Oman, Kuwait and Bahrain; along with Egypt and India. Leader Healthcare Group will be the exclusive distributor to veterinarians in these areas, carrying the entire Zomedica product line as it becomes available in the respective geographies.

“The expansion into this region of the world marks yet another step toward building Zomedica into a global leader in the animal health space,” stated Larry Heaton, Chief Executive Officer of Zomedica. “Our strategic vision is to have a global footprint for our product lines, and this is step in that direction, with the right partner for the future. Leader Healthcare Group is an innovative leader in the healthcare markets in the Middle East and India, and we are pleased to be aligned with a joint vision for the future,” continued Heaton.

“We are excited and honored to partner with Zomedica, bringing their innovative products to our region,” said Sukhdeep Sachdev, Global CEO of Leader Healthcare.

“As the market leader in the MENA and APAC regions, our commitment to excellence in veterinary health perfectly aligns with Zomedica’s mission to advance animal health and veterinary success. This partnership is a beautiful synergy of two organizations dedicated to meeting the needs of clinical veterinarians with unrivaled products and services. The future is indeed bright and together, we are poised to make a significant impact on veterinary practices and animal care in this part of the world as we embark on this journey,” added Sachdev.

The animal healthcare market in the Middle East and North Africa is approximately $4 billion per year, growing at approximately 5%, while animal healthcare market in India is nearly $1 billion annually, growing at approximately 7%.

About Leader Healthcare Group

Established in 2009, Leader Healthcare has a robust presence across the World’s Healthcare Ecosystem. The company headquarters is in one of the world’s most prosperous and fast-growing cities, Dubai, enabling their pervasive commitment to provide a comprehensive product range and service solutions. From Medical Simulation and Healthcare Education, Critical Care, Resuscitation and EMS, Dermatology and Aesthetics, Home Healthcare, Life Sciences, and Pharmaceuticals, Leader Healthcare has touched millions of lives in the MENA, APAC, and North American regions. With a decade of excellence in the fields across, Leader Healthcare continuously strives to leverage the brightest minds into the most healing hands.

Operating in over 12 locations worldwide with a diverse team of over 200 professionals from 29 nationalities, Leader Healthcare Group, including its subsidiaries Leader Life Sciences, Leader Edutech, and Leader Biotech Pharma, aims to support global health, education, research and pharma excellence.

For more information, please visit www.leaderhealthcaregroup.com or contact 043263980.

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Media Contact:
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About Zomedica

Zomedica is a leading equine and companion animal healthcare company dedicated to improving animal health by providing veterinarians innovative therapeutic and diagnostic solutions. Our gold standard PulseVet® shock wave system, which accelerates healing in musculoskeletal conditions, has transformed veterinary therapeutics. Our suite of products also includes the Assisi® Loop line of therapeutic devices and the TRUFORMA® diagnostic platform, the TRUVIEW™ digital cytology system, and the VetGuardian® no-touch monitoring system, all designed to empower veterinarians to provide top-tier care. In the aggregate, their total addressable market in the U.S. exceeds $2 billion. Headquartered in Michigan, Zomedica employs approximately 150 people and manufactures and distributes its products from its world-class facilities in Georgia and Minnesota. An NYSE American company, Zomedica grew revenue 33% in 2023 to $25 million and maintains a strong balance sheet with approximately $91 million in liquidity as of March 31, 2024. Zomedica is advancing its product offerings, leveraging strategic acquisitions, and expanding internationally as we work to enhance the quality of care for pets, increase pet parent satisfaction, and improve the workflow, cash flow and profitability of veterinary practices. For more information visit www.zomedica.com.

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Forward-looking information is based on the opinions and estimates of management at the date the statements are made, including assumptions with respect to economic growth, demand for the Company’s products, the Company’s ability to produce and sell its products, sufficiency of our budgeted capital and operating expenditures, the satisfaction by our strategic partners of their obligations under our commercial agreements, our ability to realize upon our business plans and cost control efforts and the impact of COVID-19 on our business, results and financial condition.

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SOURCE: Zomedica Corp.


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