Why to Exhibit at Gulfood 2016?

Why to Exhibit at Gulfood 2016?

Why Exhibit?

Celebrating the 20th edition of Gulfood: The world’s biggest annual food & hospitality show.

If you’re reading this, you may already know Gulfood as one of the most important food and hospitality shows in the world. You know that as a trade and business platform Gulfood is simply without equal. And you most certainly know that Gulfood delivers incredible sales returns and that transactions conducted even during the show are immense.

With almost 5,000 exhibitors participating from over 120 countries, we say Gulfood is the world’s biggest annual food and hospitality show. Now we want you to know how we are going to make it the best!

Gulfood 2015 is changing. The most exciting improvement initiatives in its 27 year history. Make sure you don’t miss Gulfood 2015, the year the biggest becomes the best!

 DUBAI, THE TRADING HUB OF THE MIDDLE EAST

• UAE’s imports totaled US $3.6 billion in 2010 and are estimated to rise to US $5.5 billion in 2015. The majority of this is traded through Dubai.
• UAE’s ports account for a 61% majority of trade volume among the GCC countries.
• Dubai was ranked among the top 10 world container ports in 2010 with 11.60 million-TEUs.
Source: Economist Intelligence Unit, World Shipping Council, ameinfo

 GULFOOD FIRST FOR BUSINESS
  • USA reported onsite sales of US$106.7 million
  • Ethiopia scored over US$3 million in sales
  • Philippines recorded sales of more than US$53.4 million.

Success Stories

  • USA reported onsite sales of US$106.7 million
    The most successful USA Pavilion in terms of sales among all USA Pavilions in general food shows worldwide. Exhibitors reported on-site sales amounted to $106.7 million. Reported expected sales in the coming 12 months amounted to $361.8 million. Exhibitors also reported making a total of 4,232 serious contacts during the show.
  • Ethiopia scored over US$3 million in sales
    The Office of the Consulate General of Federal Democratic Republic of Ethiopia in Dubai closed purchase orders to the tune of 3350 Metric Tons consisting of pulses, oil seeds and coffee, the value of which comes to more than US$3 million.
  • Philippines recorded sales of more than US$53.4 million
    According to the Center for International Trade Expositions and Missions (CITEM), the Philippines Pavilion recorded US$53,431,794 of onsite sales. Best selling items included halal marinated products, fresh and frozen fruits and vegetables, tropical fruit & Buko Pandan Salad.