Business Wire India
Vinexpo India is a B2B trade show for the alco-bev industry where enthusiasts get to expand their horizons, network with industry key players, find and explore the market, market their brands, all under one roof. The criteria to attend this 3 day free event is that one needs to be a buyer/distributor/retailer and be above the age of 21 years.
Expecting a footfall of 10000+ visitors, with 30+ leading alco-bev companies like Fratelli, Aspri, Vbev, Bacardi India, Martinos, AMG, from global and national domain participating in the exhibition. Experts from the F&B and alco-beverage sector will be conducting masterclasses on a wide range of topics relevant to the industry.
“Vinexpo India is returning to New Delhi with a greater international focus in 2023. A new trend in the geopolitics of wine marketing confirms the enhanced appeal of the Indian continent,” comments Vinexposium CEO, Rodolphe Lameyse.
“India is a great market for Wine and Spirits,” says Rajan Sharma, Managing Director at InterAds, a reputer organiser for international trade events. “After two successful editions of Vinexpo India in one year, we are happy to be back with the third edition. We have strategically co located SIAL and Vinexpo India, giving the customers a complete end to end industry outlook by having food and alco beverage under one roof,” he added.
The event is co-hosted by Vinexposium & InterAds Exhibitions, Vinexpo is the world's leading organizer of wine and spirits trade events. The group boasts an extensive portfolio of iconic, high-performance events tailored to different market segments on an international scale.
InterAds Exhibitions is a leading and reputed organizer of international trade exhibitions and conferences in India, in partnership with global exhibition management companies, which are highly acclaimed for innovation and excellence in organising exhibitions.
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