ASIAFRUIT CONGRESS is back in person this year, taking place alongside ASIA FRUIT LOGISTICA at the Queen Sirikit National Convention Center in Bangkok on 1-4 November 2022.
Asia’s premier conference for the fresh produce business kicks off with an evening reception in Bangkok on 1 November right ahead of ASIA FRUIT LOGISTICA.
ASIAFRUIT CONGRESS sessions take place daily on the show floor at ASIA FRUIT LOGISTICA on 2-4 November. Top-quality speakers and lively panel discussions cover the hottest topics in Asia’s fast-moving fresh produce business.
For the first time, ASIAFRUIT CONGRESS is free to attend for all ASIA FRUIT LOGISTICA visitors and exhibitors.
ASIAFRUIT CONGRESS Online Preview: 7 September
To prepare attendees for ASIAFRUIT CONGRESS and ASIA FRUIT LOGISTICA in Bangkok, ASIAFRUIT CONGRESS is hosting a free online market briefing on 7 September.
ASIAFRUIT CONGRESS ONLINE PREVIEW provides an update on the latest trends and developments in Asia’s fresh produce business and starts the countdown to ASIAFRUIT CONGRESS and ASIA FRUIT LOGISTICA.
ASIAFRUIT CONGRESS ONLINE PREVIEW broadcasts live from Fruitnet’s offices in Melbourne (13:00-15:00 AEST) and London (14:00-16:00 BST) on 7 September to enable every fresh produce business to join easily and in their own time zone.
The free-to-attend event is hosted on Fruitnet’s interactive event platform, bringing together leading industry players and market analysts to provide expert insight on a range of key developments. Register free for ASIAFRUIT CONGRESS ONLINE PREVIEW.
In addition to getting an update on what to expect at this year’s ASIA FRUIT LOGISTICA and ASIAFRUIT CONGRESS, attendees can prepare for their visit with valuable market insights.
A spotlight on Thailand looks at the latest consumer and retail trends in one of South-East Asia’s most exciting markets for fresh fruit imports.
With the 2022 edition of the ASIAFRUIT CONGRESS STATISTICS HANDBOOK set to launch at ASIA FRUIT LOGISTICA, Wayne Prowse of Fresh Intelligence Consulting analyses how Asia’s fresh fruit import trade has performed over the past year.
Elsewhere on the programme, IGD senior retail analyst Soo-Eng Tan outlines some of the key trends in Asia’s food retail market, highlighting innovative new store formats.
Plus: spotlights on apple marketing in South-East Asia and Asia’s fast-developing tropical fruit trade
“We’re really excited to welcome everyone back to ASIAFRUIT CONGRESS in person this November at ASIA FRUIT LOGISTICA in Bangkok,” said John Hey, editor of ASIAFRUIT MAGAZINE, which organises ASIAFRUIT CONGRESS.
“Business insight and information are vital for success in Asia, and our ASIAFRUIT CONGRESS ONLINE PREVIEW is the best way to get up to speed on some of the key changes and opportunities in the market ahead of your visit to Bangkok for ASIA FRUIT LOGISTICA and ASIAFRUIT CONGRESS.”
To become a sponsor of ASIAFRUIT CONGRESS and showcase your brand at ASIAFRUIT CONGRESS ONLINE PREVIEW, contact Fruitnet’s head of Asia-Pacific sales, Kate Riches ([email protected]).
To propose a speaker or topic for ASIAFRUIT CONGRESS on 2-4 November in Bangkok, contact programme manager John Hey ([email protected]).