Anuga food fair is world leader

The Enterprise Board interested in bringing a small group of food producers to Anuga in October for research purposes and is seeking expressions of interest. The world´s leading food fair for the retail trade and the food service and catering market takes place from 5th to 9th October 2013 in Cologne, Germany. http://www.anuga.com/en/anuga/home/index.php

The Enterprise Board interested in bringing a small group of food producers to Anuga in October for research purposes and is seeking expressions of interest. The world´s leading food fair for the retail trade and the food service and catering market takes place from 5th to 9th October 2013 in Cologne, Germany. http://www.anuga.com/en/anuga/home/index.php

Anuga is not only the largest food and beverage fair in the world; it is also the sector´s most important fair for new markets and target groups. It is the perfect event for all the latest trends and themes - and a great place to make first-rate business contacts. With 50% subvention by the Enterprise Board the net cost to eligible firms will be circa €336.50 for 4 nights or €300 for 3 nights. Those travelling will be responsible for registering on the Show Website Visitor Section and purchasing their show ticket at a rate of €67 for 4 days or €59 for 3 days if you buy online. (tickets purchased at the Ticket office cost between €12 and €22 more.) During the trade fair, all tickets bearing the symbol of the Rhine-Sieg Transport Authority (VRS) serve as travel tickets for all means of public transport except trains operated by Deutsche Bahn AG that are subject to a surcharge.

The Tipperary North County Enterprise Board is now looking for “expressions of interest” from firms considering attending. Readers should appreciate that the rate quoted is correct at the time of going to print and is liable to fluctuation as time goes on. Consequently, if you would like to travel, please revert to the Tipperary North County Enterprise Board immediately to minimise costs. Firms supported to attend by Bord Bia, The Irish Dairy Board or Enterprise Ireland will not be able to avail of the proposed CEB scheme.