Ingredients Russia is a leading trade exhibition on food additives, flavourings, micro ingredients, technological supplements and solutions for manufacturing food and drinks. Founded in 1998, Ingredients Russia takes place annually in Moscow and is an important trade event reflecting the development trends in the industry, contributing to the establishment of global quality standards and the development of international collaboration, and promoting innovative high-tech products on the domestic and international market.
Ingredients Russia is:
An effective business platform for increasing sales and widening the market
In 2017, 2,806 visitors attended the exhibition.
An effective marketing tool — the exhibition attracts only a target audience of professionals
64% of visitors plan to make purchases as a result of attending Ingredients Russia 2017
A guaranteed result due to the high quality of visitors.
Fast and comprehensive monitoring — the opportunity to assess competitors and their products, discover the trends of market demand, and learn about new developments.
Professional development — the opportunity to get consultations from industry experts and improve skills with the packed business programme over four days.
Additional promotion — promoting exhibiting companies on the exhibition website and in all industry media before and during the exhibition.
Economic marketing — the synergy effect: holding the exhibition at the same time as the Dairy and Meat Industry international exhibition and the International exhibition of equipment and supplies for the foodservice industry FoodService Moscow
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