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Tuesday, March 14, 2017

15/03/2017: Taiwan International Fisheries and Seafood Show 2017

Issue in the contemporary fisheries and seafood industry

Taiwan International Fisheries and Seafood Show 2017 is looking for suppliers with a wide range products with sustainable development and innovation to showcase to an audience of suppliers, traders, importers, exporters, manufacturer, distributors, and government.
 

If you are a supplier interested in getting your products in front of over 8,000 buyers, TFSS is the largest international platform in Taiwan.

Why should you exhibit at TFSS?  

● Access over 8,000 buyers from the entire eco-system of the industry, with 32 percent buyers flying from all over the world and 68 percent coming from the entire Taiwan to have business meetings and networking.

● Meet new customers, meaning new opportunities and new sales, pick who you’ll want to meet and nominate them to be in our one-on-one procurement meeting. Where your nominated buyers will be able to get free accommodation or air ticket to meet you at the show.

● Discover a gateway to connect you to Asia Pacific region, Taiwan is the meeting point to connect Asia Pacific region to global market

● Launch your latest innovation and technology to the high quality buyers, your product will be included on our show preview and will be distributed to 2,000 high quality buyers throughout Asia

● Keep contracts with your existing customers. As a must visit show in Asia, you will be able to meet your existing customers and if you’re not here, they will be spending their time with your competitor

Let the industry see your commitment to the fisheries and seafood industry and that you are here to sell.

Over 70 percent of space has already been booked.


Read more HERE.

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