WorldFood Poland is a unique food exhibition that enables you to meet and cooperate with professionals within the food&beverage, retail, and HoReCa industries operating in Central and Eastern Europe. The biggest Food Expo in Poland brings together the region’s distributors, retailers, manufacturers and associations. WorldFood Poland food exhibition has proven to be productive tool to connect already existing clients and business partners as well as to meet potential partners. It is efficient and easy way to sell products and services, source new vendors and solutions, or learn about new possibilities and initiatives, discuss pressing issues and get answers from the industry experts during a number of meetings, peer discussions, and conferences – all of that in just 3 days!
Participating in WorldFood Expo Poland gives you an opportunity to:
- Reach out to thousands of industry players to request meetings, share your ideas, and hear from them about how they’d like to work with you
- Participate in B2B meetings as well as in peer group conversations
- Participate in presentations, conferences, debates, and workshops
WorldFood Poland is the most important business Food Expo in Poland so make sure you save the date for it in your food events calendar. This Food Exhibition gives food industry community dedicated place where they can work together, learn from each other and cooperate. Thousands of your customers, partners, prospects, coworkers, friends and other people you know will be at WorldFood Poland Expo and so should you!
Why is Poland an attractive market?
- Poland is the largest economy in Central and Eastern Europe and 6th strongest market in the European Union
- Poland’s population exceeds 38 million – representing one of the largest Eastern European markets
- Since joining the European Union in 2004, the country has adopted a wide range of legislative reforms. The country’s ease of doing business has significantly improved, ranking the country 55th worldwide, and the country has almost doubled its GDP over the last two decades
- The Polish economy is the only one to have avoided recession during the global downturn of 2009, establishing itself as one of the most reliable in CEE
- Poland’s positive attitude towards direct foreign investment, make the country an attractive business environment
- The country’s favourable location, next to Germany, provides easy access to South-Eastern Europe, Baltic Countries and Russia