Organised by Asiafruit Magazine and supported by Asia Fruit Logistica, Asiafruit Market Insight heads to Hangzhou, west of Shanghai, on 28-30 May 2014, to explore fresh opportunities for growth in eastern China.
Hangzhou and other fast-emerging tier-two cities close to Shanghai are driving demand for imported fruit. But developing logistics and cold chain infrastructure are key success factors in unlocking their vast consumption potential.
As well as exploring the keys to penetrating these untapped markets of the booming Yangtze River Delta region, the conference looks at the rapidly emerging role of e-commerce and social media in China’s fresh produce business, the inroads Latin American exporting countries are making on the market in eastern China, and the opportunities for international fresh produce companies to provide skills and solutions to the fast-expanding local industry.
Asiafruit Market Insight takes place at Hangzhou’s deluxe JW Marriot Hotel, opening with a Welcome Reception on the evening of 28 May. A full day of conference sessions follows on 29 May and the event concludes on 30 May with a day of study tours to leading local wholesale market and retail operations in the region. Simultaneous translation into Chinese and English is provided throughout the conference.
High-profile speakers from across the fresh produce industry are signing up to speak at Asiafruit Market Insight. Latest additions to the programme include James Sinclair of strategy and M&A advisory firm InterChina, and Andrew Harty of national grower body Citrus Australia.
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