ProWine Asia 2017 will be held at Hong Kong Convention and Exhibition Centre (HKCEC) during 8 - 11 May 2017.
As ProWein World’s newest addition to its international wines and spirits trade fairs, ProWine Asia 2017 is set to make a tremendous debut in Hong Kong. More than 300 exhibitors from 22 countries and regions prepare to showcase their newest and most sought-after wines in the free-trading port of Hong Kong, often described as Asia’s ‘Wine-hub.’ ProWine Asia 2017 offers a convenient sourcing resource for importers and wholesalers across the Asia-Pacific – many coming to capture the opportunity to discover a wealth of wines from all regions around the world.
Arguably the most exciting features of ProWine Asia 2017 are the renowned industry experts and associations who will contribute to its world-class onsite event programme, which caters to trade professionals and wine-lovers alike, carrying the momentum from yet another record-breaking ProWein 2017.
Business Development & Sourcing in Hong Kong
ProWine Asia 2017 will showcase more than 300 producers from 22 countries and regions, eager to capture business opportunities in the blooming markets across Southeast Asia in the ideal location of Hong Kong. ProWein World’s has quickly developed its presence throughout Asia, now offering a valuable business development platform.
ProWein World now encompassing the multiple major trading hubs of Hong Kong, Shanghai and Singapore while tying in the immense trade networks built on the history and backbone of ProWein Dusseldorf. Worldwide producers utilize the ProWein business development platform to tap into the thriving markets of China and Southeast Asia alike while importers and wholesalers throughout the region can take advantage of an immense sourcing opportunity right in their backyard.
The organisers offer updated exhibitor lists, associated products and introductions to aid trade visitors in effectively navigating the trade show. Buyers are invited to preview exhibitor profiles prior to the show, which can be sorted by country, region, product, pavilion, etc., in order to streamline and navigate through the wealth of wines and spirits showcased in Hong Kong.
World-Class Event Programme Awaits
Excitement builds around a world-class event programme, encompassing two wine forum areas and a wealth of insight and knowledge. Renowned opinion leaders, trade organizations and associations fill all 4-days of ProWine Asia 2017, including both international and Asia-centric industry experts and associations.
Jancis Robinson OBE, MW and Debra Meiburg MW highlight the wine forum programme from the first day of the show, while Asia-centric industry experts including Ms. Jennie Mack (Managing Director and Senior Wine Educator, AWSEC), Mr J.C. Viens (Deputy Editor Spirito diVino Asia) provide localized trade insights for a professional audience.
The organisers advise to arrive early as many of the forums have or are close to being filled through pre-registration and admission is strictly on a first-come first-serve basis. Visitors may still Register Online for the various wine forums during the trade fair by following the link on ProWine Asia’s official webpage.
International Pavilions at ProWine Asia
Participating among the 300+ exhibitors at this year’s ProWine Asia are a strong showing of group pavilions from around the world, organised by countries, regions and trade associations. Visitors are greeted by both new and established labels and collections originating from across the entire world of wines and spirits
The diverse participation list by regional trade organisations and industry associations brings an edge to the trade show as well, including forums and seminars by WSET Asia, Highland Park Masterclasses, CRU and Whisky Magazines, and Hong Kong’s very own Wine Chamber of Commerce and Wine Institutes.
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