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January 17, 2012

Hear Euromonitor Speak at Gulfood 2012

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Date: 19-22 February, 2012
Location: Dubai International Conference & Exhibition Centre, Dubai, UAE
Event Description: Established more than 25 years ago, Gulfood has a well-deserved reputation amongst exporters for delivering spectacular return on investment. For exporters seeking new sales from the Middle East, Africa and South Asia, Gulfood provides an unmatched trade and sourcing platform.

The “World’s biggest annual food and hospitality show,"  Gulfood introduces 3 themed conferences and a workshop providing a gateway for players in the food business to connect, share experiences and strategise in a focused environment to grow regionally and globally.

All industry sectors will be covered, from leadership, entrepreneurship, marketing and retail to manufacturing, processing and packaging.

  • Food Leaders Summit - 19 February
  • Foodpreneur Forum - 20 February
  • Food Processing and Packaging Forum - 21 February
  • Franchise Workshop - 22 February

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