Fine Food Show attracts international exhibitors

19 March, 2018 by
Hospitality Business

 

Helen of Troy was the face that launched a thousand ships, but Fine Food New Zealand is fast becoming the essential hospitality, food retail and food service show launching a thousand Kiwi businesses.

No other trade event gives small artisan producers a big chance to showcase products to a targeted, qualified audience of trade delegates on this scale. Creative Edge Food got 385 leads and improved turnover by 20 percent.

It’s evidence like this that already has Artisan Alley fully booked – the place where small scale innovators can break into the mainstream by impressing the ‘who’s who’ of the retail, culinary and hospitality industries.

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In fact, demand is so great that Fine Food New Zealand is creating additional affordable stand options – alongside the SilverChefs seminar series – to cater for the growing demand from newcomers looking to make their mark at the country’s biggest and most significant trade show of its kind.

It’s not just the domestic producers. This year, 40+ international exhibitors are on board, including from Australia, the Pacific Islands, Malaysia, Thailand, UK, Japan and the USA.

The best in beverages are on display thanks to Top Shelf, and event catering by Little Wolf ensures delegates won’t only see the best food and drink on offer but enjoy it too. The exclusive Networking Lounge is sure to be a major drawcard for meeting, greeting, eating and doing deals.

With four halls, 10,000 square metres of space, more than 330 exhibitors, the Mojo Cafe Hub, Wellington’s Finest, Fonterra feature, SilverChef Seminar Series, the Innovation Showcase and Awards and much, much more, the facts are simple: Fine Food New Zealand is the event of the year for producers, distributors, hoteliers, event organisers, processors and marketers.

Book your place now for the trade only show of the year. Entry is free of charge for registered trade delegates and takes place from June 24-26 at the ASB Showgrounds in Auckland. To register, visit finefoodnz.co.nz.

 

 

 

 

 

 

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