30 August 2016

First commercial event specialized for the supply chain of herbal industry

MAP EXPO 2017 – Global marketplace for medicinal & aromatic plants

  •     MAP EXPO 2017 – Global marketplace for medicinal & aromatic plants
  •     Date: 29 – 30 March 2017
  •     Venue: Eindhoven city center, the Netherlands
  •     Website: http://map-expo.com/

foto-banner-3-300x225MAP EXPO – the Global Marketplace for Medicinal & Aromatic Plant will debut on 29th and 30th March 2017. The exhibition aims to bring the benefits in terms of sales lead generation, branding channels, networking opportunities, and supply chain integration from farm to phyto-medicines & fragrance. The companies who internationalize in the herbal sector would find the MAP EXPO valuable for their businesses.

MAP EXPO is the first commercial event specialized for the supply chain of herbal industry. It covers the range from cultivation technologies, the herbs themselves, to higher value-added products such as extractions, essential oils, active ingredients for medicinal/pharmaceutical, beauty, spa and food industries. The event thus enables the integration across the industry links, and paves the way for multilateral business discussions about future development.

Thanks to NBI International’s wide network, until August 2016 MAP EXPO team have already reached around 19 countries, gaining partners & participation from MAP-growing region in Morocco to Medicinal Plants – Ingredients Institute in Vietnam, Chambers of Commerce from East Africa to Hong Kong, from Food Tech Development in the Netherlands to Japan.

To register to exhibit and figure out benefits for your company at the MAP EXPO 2017 – the Global Marketplace for Medicinal & Aromatic Plant, please contact:
Mr. Yen H.N. Nguyen
Project manager MAP EXPO 2017
Email: yen@map-expo.com
Phone: +31 40 246 3626
Or contact our team for more information:  http://map-expo.com/contact/team/

Source: NBI International, 2016-08-26.

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