The 3rd edition of ProWine Asia (Singapore) will take place from 13 to 16 July 2020 at Singapore Expo, re-scheduled from the original dates of 31 March to 3 April 2020. Co-organised by Messe Düsseldorf Asia and Informa Markets, ProWine Asia (Singapore) will now co-locate with FHA-HoReCa.
Ms Beattrice J. Ho, Project Director, ProWine Asia (Singapore), Messe Düsseldorf Asia, said: “The international showcase of wine and spirit labels with that of products and technologies serving the food and hospitality sectors, make for a dynamic pairing and an unrivalled marketplace for cross-sector contacts.”
“The national pavilions and country groups, as well as major exhibitors, have expressed commitment to returning during the new dates and to working closely with us to deliver yet another successful trade fair once again. We will continue to extend the necessary support to all exhibitors, partners and visitors to ensure a seamless transition and successful participation. We are confident the new dates in July will provide a highly productive business platform,” she added.
Mr Martyn Cox, Event Director, Hospitality, Food & Beverage – Singapore, Informa Markets, said, “We are pleased that ProWine Asia (Singapore) will be held alongside FHA-HoReCa. From a show perspective, we believe that the addition will add a generous amount of excitement to the show floor and expand the scope for FHA-HoReCa attendees. Beyond that, we are also pleased to once again work with Messe Dusseldorf Asia to co-organise ProWine Asia (Singapore) and look forward to further extending this harmonious partnership for many years to come.”
As a regional event of ProWein Düsseldorf and part of the ProWein World Series of leading wines and spirits trade fairs, ProWine Asia (Singapore) is a trade-focused platform for international wine producers to tap on the growth prospects of Southeast Asia and to reach out to key importers, distributors and suppliers. The largest trade fair of its kind in the region, this year’s highlights include specially curated experiences and itineraries – from yet-to-be-discovered delights to Old World wonders, to the ever popular Champagne Lounge Asia (Singapore), and WSET® Level 1 Awards in wines and spirits.
ProWine Asia (Singapore) will welcome some 300 exhibitors from 30 countries/regions, 15 national pavilions and country groups as well as more than 20 masterclasses and seminars. The co-location with FHA-HoReCa 2020 is expected to draw over 48,000 trade attendees from around the world. Visitor pre-registration for both exhibitions will re-open in April.