The Detrop Boutique and Artozyma exhibitions, which presented the latest developments in the sectors of food-beverages, bakery and confectionery at Thessaloniki International Exhibition Centre from 26 to 29 February, recorded high visitor numbers, with a total of 31,137 visitors (trade visitors and special categories-group visits). In fact, the number of trade visitors who visited the two exhibitions was increased by 66% compared to last year's number. At the same time, the number of trade visitors at the Hellenic Jewellery Fair, which was held in Athens, was increased by 20%.
Growth through increased extroversion and incorporation of high added value in the food and beverages of domestic production and processing SMEs was depicted in the most graphic manner at this year's DETROP BOUTIQUE and ARTOZYMA exhibitions.
At the same time, the HELLENIC JEWELLERY FAIR International Exhibition for Jewellery, Precious Stones, Machinery & Equipment highlights the dynamism and modern face of Greek jewellery, which boasts a history of almost 6,000 years.
With trade visitors coming from 28 foreign countries and all over Greece, the 23rd 'Detrop Boutique Show Athens' International Exhibition of Food and Beverages, organised by TIF-HELEXPO and held at the Helexpo Maroussi exhibition centre, was a game-changer in the field of food and beverages. After all, it is the only exhibition of export-oriented Greek products by professionals for professionals.
'Detrop Boutique Show Athens' welcomed over 3,500 specialised trade visitors and professionals, who came into contact with 200 purely Greek food-beverage enterprises that were presenting their products.
The 22nd DETROP International Exhibition of Food-Beverages-Machinery & Equipment and the 4th OENOS International Wine Exhibition were held from 7 to10 March 2013, at Thessaloniki International Exhibition & Congress Centre, leading Greek food and beverage products towards a wider, extroverted horizon.
DETROP and OENOS, the only specialised twin-exhibition event for food and beverages in Greece, confirmed its significance, once again, by attracting a total of approximately 22,000 visitors and increasing the number of trade visitors by 127% as compared to the previous one.