China (Guangzhou) International Wine and Spirits Exhibition 2017

Date
2017-06-16 - 2017-06-18
Exhibitors
1533
Floor Size
630765
Attendees
83480
Event contact title
International Wine Exhibition
Event contact first name
Cathy
Event contact last name
he
Email
winexport.cathy@hotmail.com
Event contact telephone number
86-20-61309703
Description

The 9th China International Wine And Spirit Exhibition 2017(IWE2017) which is organized by China National Food Industry Association CNFIA and Guangzhou Import Food Quality Management Association Import Wine Professional Committee will be held on June 16-18, 2017. IWE2017 focus on assisting oversea companies to find the distributors and agents in China, there are exhibitors and visitors from more than 40 countries. We provide the toppest tradeshow platform, don't hesitate to seize the opportunity, and create your brilliant business in China! Sincerely looking forward to meeting you in IWE2017!

Attendee information
Visitors: Visitors of IWE are more likely to be importers, agents, distributors and buyers of wine and wine associate, wine wholesales enterprises, wine retailers, hotels bars, restaurants, supermarkets, ect, which can co-operate to the development of your business in Chinese wine market..
Exhibitor information
IWE (short for International Wine Exhibition) focus on assisting oversea companies which aims at finding distributors and agents to expand the wine and spirit market in China. The participate countries of IWE adds up to 50 till 2015, the exhibiting area of IWE adds up to 30,000 square meters;exhibitors accumulated at 510; and more than 30,000 professional Visitors visited IWE. IWE also attracted country pavilions to participate. They are: Italy pavilion, Spain pavilion, Greece pavilion, etc.

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