24RD MACAO INTERNATIONAL TRADE AND INVESTMENT FAIR (MIF)

 

The EUROPEAN PAVILION is all set for the 24th Macao International Trade and Investment Fair (MIF) which is taking place next week on 17-19 October at the Venetian Macao. The 24th MIF is organized by the Macao Trade and Investment Promotion Institute (IPIM) and co-organized with other economic and commercial authorities and trade associations from Macao, Hong Kong and Mainland China, including EuroCham.

The theme of MIF this year is “Co-operation – Key to Business Opportunities”, and the main highlights include exhibitions, seminars, business matching opportunities, and a prime platform for co-operation between SMEs. Read more on the fair website http://www.mif.com.mo/mif2019/en/

Our theme this year is “Tasty Europe” and our exhibitors (see below) will be exhibiting various European food and beverage items such as Italian and German Wine, Dutch Chocolates, Estonian Snacks, Finnish Juice, Nordic Wine and Spirits, etc.

EuroCham representatives, including Board Members, Assistant Manager Ms Nuria Sau, and Project Coordinator Ms Daphne Tso will be present at the Pavilion.

The following exhibitors will be showcasing in the EUROPEAN PAVILION (in the order of booth number):

  1.  KK Food Trading Co. Ltd
  2.  Portugal- China Chamber of Commerce & Industry
  3.  Bonne
  4.  France Macau Chamber of Commerce
  5.  Perfecto International Limited
  6.  Pear & Carrot Limited
  7.  Bien Jamon Spanish Food Company
  8.  Health Aims Organic Functional Products Specialty Shop
  9.  Hong Kong Art Ltd
  10.  Azure Asia
  11. Consulate General of the Czech Republic in Hong Kong
  12. Institute of European Studies of Macau and Business Cooperation Centre of Enterprise Europe Network Central China
  13. Aqua Nordics Trading Company Limited
  14. Tasty Nordic

We look forward to seeing you at the fair and our Pavilion!

 

 

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Monday, 21 October 2019
Thanks to all the guests who attended the opening reception, as well as exhibitors for participating in the Tasty Europe Pavilion!Read more...

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