This is why exhibitors book and the reason many return time after time. The benefits are numerous, with over 500 exhibitors expected this year, half of which are overseas exhibitors, it looks set to be a bumper year for business.
In an extremely busy industry, with budget and time constraints, the exhibition provides those in the fishing industry with the opportunity to meet one another, find out information about products and services and promote individual companies. This inevitably leads to enhanced business connections and ultimately, sales.
Eltak is one such company who benefitted from exhibiting at the previous IceFish event in 2011. It specialises in electronic weighing equipment, scales, balances and other equipment for weighing, control, batching, inspection and end-of-line systems for handling bags and boxes. At the 2011 Icelandic Fisheries Exhibition, Eltak sold all of their machines on display and ended up taking additional orders.
Jónas Ágústsson, Managing Director of Eltak said “We are extremely happy with the exhibition“.
The IceFish Conference - Maximising return: utilising the entire fish, is new to this year's exhibition and will attract additional visitors.
Whether you are an exhibitor or a visitor, the Icelandic Fisheries Exhibition welcomes you and wishes you a successful and productive event and conference.
For more information on the Icelandic Fisheries Exhibition please contact Marianne Rasmussen-Coulling, Events Director, Mercator Media Ltd on +44 1329 825335 or email@example.com.
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