Larger venue needed

VIV Asia moves to IMPACT

Gwen Kaufmann - Monday, November 4, 2019    

VIV Asia moves to IMPACT.
Photo: VNU exhibitions

VIV Asia is moving to a new home base: IMPACT in Bangkok. The first show organises by VNU exhibitions to take place in this larger venue is scheduled to take place from March 10 to 12, 2021. The move anticipates ongoing growth of the international exhibition for animal protein production and processing. With a mega size of exhibition area, IMPACT offers room for VIV Asia 2021 to welcome more business profiles and to enhance the overall show experience, for professionals from Asia and beyond, from Feed to Food. The 2019 edition saw the highest approval rating by both visitors and exhibitors, the organisation did still have one puzzle to solve for the next edition: the venue capacity. The highly anticipated biannual exhibition had BITEC bursting at the seams with over 45,000 international visits and 1,200 exhibiting companies.

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