The Leading Food & Beverage Trade Fair Serving North Asia

18 January 2018

ANUFOOD China, powered by ANUGA, is the perfect gateway into the North Asia imported food & beverages market. During the 2017 edition the show experienced a 22% increase in visitor attendance, offered 5 co-located events, 3 conferences focused on imported foods and exhibitors from all over the world, making ANUFOOD China not only just an international trade fair, but also a powerful business platform to forge strong B2B partnerships in the China market and the top trade show to attend in North Asia.

ANUFOOD China 2018 will prove to be bigger and better than ever before with a variety of new promotional benefits for our exhibitors. These include, a powerful and impactful marketing promotional package for exhibitor products during our Road Show covering 6-8 cities in North China and product promotion on strong social media platforms e.g. WeChat, Weibo, Facebook, etc. In addition, ANUFOOD China 2018’s online B2B matchmaking platform will allow both, exhibitors and visitors, the opportunity to showcase products, make contact and schedule meetings for the days of the trade fair, months before the fair commences. All these benefits come at no additional cost! Furthermore, the ANUFOOD China hosted buyers program will bring more than 1000 buyers from the top retail, wholesale and distribution chains in North China.

Take advantage of the early bird promotional discount by sending your application in before February 28th and kickstart your product marketing campaign.

For more information please contact:
z.farkas@koelnmesse.cn
Tel: +86-10-65907766 # 786

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