MUMBAI, India – The 2nd Edition of World Tea & Coffee Expo, India’s International trade Show dedicated to the Hot Beverage sector has been rescheduled to a later date.
This move has been taken in view of the many requests received from the Indian & International Exhibitors & Delegations and Important Buyers to postpone to a later date to enable them to Participate/Visit the Expo.
A number of Chinese companies – who wanted to Exhibit – are unable to do so in view of the coinciding of the Chinese Spring Festival with the show.
“The tough business conditions prevalent in India currently would also have meant a scaled down or a mediocre show – something which is unacceptable to Sentinel Exhibitions Asia P Ltd,” states a press release from the Organiser.
“We believe that when we organize a show it has to be a good and complete in all aspects – a show which can be called an International Expo in true sense” Sentinel Exhibitions Asia P Ltd also says.
“Taking into consideration all the above we have decided to rescheduled the Expo to a later date in 2014 and will announce the fresh dates very soon.
We seek your continued support and assure you that we will be back with a much bigger and better show very soon.”
About World Tea & Coffee Expo 2014
World Tea & Coffee Expo 2014 is the definite platform for Retailers, Wholesalers, Chain stores, F&B managers, Spa managers, Hotels / Hotel Chains, Vendors/Suppliers, Grocers, Resorts, Tea & Coffee houses, Spices Manufacturers and allied professionals to conduct and expand their business – both nationally & Internationally.
With over 50 categories of products, technologies and equipment on display from India & abroad, this unique Trade Show will determine trends, create awareness on optimization of product lines, increase participants’ knowledge and enable networking with peers, industry stalwarts, academia and government officials.
World Tea & Coffee Expo 2014 has developed an aggressive national and international marketing campaign designed to attract the largest number of buyers. Attendees include decision makers and influencers from India and 15 other countries.