European Pavilion at MIF 2019 concluded with success!

The European Pavilion at the 24th Macao International Trade & Investment Fair concluded with success!

Again, the European Pavilion was recognised with the Green Booth Award this year. The award is given to the booths that are constructed in an environmentally friendly way.
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Thanks to all the guests who attended the opening reception, as well as exhibitors for participating in the Tasty Europe Pavilion!

 

 

Opening Ceremony:

The honourable guests in the ribbon cutting (from left to right in the photo):

– Mr Davide de Rosa, Chairman of the European Chamber of Commerce in Hong Kong

– Ms Eva Valle Lagares, Head of Trade Section, European Union Office to Hong Kong and Macao

– Mr Rutger Verschuren, Chairman of France Macau Chamber of Commerce

– Mr Andrew Evans, Treasurer of MECC

– Ms Irene Lau, President of the Macao Trade and Investment Promotion Institute

– His Excellency Mr. Lionel Leong Vai Tac, Secretary for Economy and Finance of Macao SAR

– Professor Kevin Thompson, Vice President of Macau European Chamber of Commerce (MECC) Supervisory Board

– Mr Carlos Simões, President of the MECC Board of Directors

– Mr Paolo Cunha Alves, Consul- General of Portugal in Hong Kong and Macao

– Mr Carlos Alvares, Vice President of the MECC Board of Directors

– Mr. Bernie Leong, Chairman of the Portugal China Chamber of Commerce and Industry

– Mr Rogier Hekking, Deputy Consul General of the Kingdom of the Netherlands

– Mr Wilhem Brauner, Board Member of European Chamber of Commerce in Hong Kong

– Mr Milan Vagner, Consul of the Czech Republic in Hong Kong

 

Flavors of Europe- Tasting Seminar:

 

Our exhibitors:

TASTY NORDIC

BIEN JAMON SPANISH FOOD COMPANY

AQUA NORDICS TRADING COMPANY LIMITED

BONNE

IEEM/EENCC (MACAO)

AZURE ASIA

KK FOOD TRADING CO. LTD

CONSULATE GENERAL OF THE CZECH REPUBLIC IN HK

HEALTH AIMS

 

PEAR & CARROT

PERFECTO INTERNATIONAL LIMITED

FRANCE MACAU CHAMBER OF COMMERCE

PORTUGAL-CHINA CHAMBER OF COMMERCE & INDUSTRY

THE HONG KONG ART LTD

 

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