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The eleventh edition of Seafood Expo Asia, held in Singapore from September 11 to 13, will be the largest in the event’s history.

“The 2023 event will not only be larger than last year’s but will also be the largest edition ever.  This is an indication that Singapore is a strategic location that provides our exhibitors with the opportunity to explore business potential in various Asian markets,” said Iris Kwan, Event Director at Diversified Communications.

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The Sands Expo and Convention Centre will be packed with new exhibitors and regional and national pavilions for the event, with more than 283 companies from 37 countries at the event to date, plus 27 regional pavilions. In total, the event will be 84% larger than last year, the biggest in its history.

“This is very exciting to see such exponential growth for the event’s second installment in Singapore,” said Kwan. “There is a strong interest from European suppliers looking to tap into and expand their business in the Asian market. The increased presence of companies from China is also contributing to this year’s growth as well as a noticeable increase of exhibit space from returning exhibitors and pavilions.”

An organization full of opportunities for the industry

Seafood Expo Asia will also include a conference program with sessions, workshops, and discussions led by industry experts.

The topics will cover a diverse range and aim to address the most relevant issues in the Asian market’s industry. Among them are the latest trends in seafood, AI, and sustainability, among others. Among them are the latest trends in seafood, AI, and sustainability, among others.

Furthermore, events within Seafood Expo Asia create the perfect occasion for buyers and professionals to enhance and broaden their knowledge. These include product briefings and culinary demonstrations.

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There are two highlights: Tasty Kitchen, which provides more information on specific products and species, and Seafood Excellence Asia, which marks the launch of awards recognizing the best innovative products presented at this year’s event.

Lastly, the program also includes a seafood party, offering a delightful networking opportunity for suppliers and large-volume buyers to connect and have fun.

A Platform to connect suppliers and buyers: Key Buyer

Seafood Expo Asia will also provide a platform for seafood suppliers and buyers. This will serve to connect and conduct business through its exclusive Key Buyer program.

This program is designed specifically for high-level buyers who are responsible for large-volume seafood purchasing in retail, hospitality, government… By targeting these buyers, suppliers will find it easier to connect and arrange meetings.

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