Tuesday, March 31, 2015

31/03/2015: AgraME sees 26 percent attendance increase, partly thanks to aquaculture exhibition

Held from 16-18 March 2015 at the Dubai World Trade Centre, AgraME - the Middle East’s largest exhibition dedicated to the Agribusiness industry - saw a 26 percent increase in visitor attendance. This year was the most successful edition of AgraME to date with more exhibitors, visitors and delegates than ever before.

The Minister of Environment & Water HE Dr Rashid Ahmad Bin Fahad officially opens AgraME 2015

AgraME, which is co-located with AquaME and VetME, also used 40 percent more exhibition floor space this year due to higher demand from exhibitors. This demand comes mainly from the Poultry and Livestock area of the show, as well as the launch of AquaME – the region’s first exhibition dedicated to the aquaculture industry.
The three-day event hosted more than 250 agriculture, poultry, aquaculture, and horticulture businesses from 36 countries including Turkey, Norway, the UAE, Denmark, the USA, Brazil, India, Greece, France, Australia, China, Italy, Thailand, Egypt and the UK.
AquaME 2015 displayed the latest products and services in the field of fish farming and aquaculture

“This year we have seen a large increase in attendance from the aquaculture industry specifically, which comes down to AquaME being a stand-alone exhibition space for the first time ever. The first day also saw a packed conference agenda with plenty of interesting announcements coming out of the show floor that will help grow the industry regionally - attracting the investment needed to reach the targets set by not only the government, but private entities in the industry as well,” said Richard Pavitt, Exhibition Director, AgraME. 
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