Istanbul, since time immemorial, has bridge the gap between Europe, the Middle East, and Asia. WorldFood Istanbul has been doing the same for the food community for 27 years now.
Always a big favourite with foreign food and drink producers, WorldFood Istanbul will be opening its doors to international businesses once more in 2020. So far, the show has confirmed participation from companies from around the globe – ready to take part in the WorldFood brand’s unique VIP buyers program and Retail Centre.
Any trade show worth its salt offers more than just a packed exhibition hall to its visitors. It should also present all the tools attendees need to grow their industry knowledge and get face-to-face contact with businesses large and small.
At WorldFood Istanbul, you will find a comprehensive business programme, stuffed with events, talks, seminars, and meetings.
Then there is the VIP buyers program. This incredibly useful networking tool has brought together hundreds of international businesses with Turkish importers and retailers and is coming back this year for more of the same.Tunisia, Saudi Arabia, Qatar, the UAE, Iran, and Kosovo are coming to WorldFood Istanbul – specifically to take part in the VIP buyers program.
There is also the event’s usual program of guest speakers, conferences and round-tables. The speaker list has yet to be set in stone, but you can bet it will offer an informative blend of market knowledge, business-crucial information, and matchmaking.
Co-located with WorldFood Istanbul is ColdChain Eurasia – the region’s first dedicated event for the temperature controlled transport sector. On the hunt for chilled transportation services to and from Turkey, or specialised storage facilities? This is the event for you.
ColdChain Eurasia’s exhibitors cover the entirety of the food supply chain, offering services for: