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Amsterdam Produce Summit takes place on November 12-14

Brought to you by the organisers of The London Produce Show and Conference (LPS) and The New York Produce Show and Conference, the Amsterdam Produce Summit (APS) offers a high-level agenda that includes a one-day information-rich conference programme focusing on the new world of omni-channel retailing.

The Cocktail Reception, Networking Breaks and Lunch feature on the expo floor to create a concentrated, high attendance focus to the exhibition, while also allowing our exhibitors to learn and network by participating in the seminar programme.

The exhibition area is perfect for extended interchange between attendees and exhibitors, to promote yourself to buyers visiting the Amsterdam Produce Summit and for sponsors to benefit from high-level value in their investments.

The Amsterdam Produce Summit will take place on November 12-14, 2018 at the Royal Tropical Institute (KIT) in Amsterdam.

Booking your stand
Whether you sell fruits and vegetables and want to position your company as a committed leader in this new age... or you sell technologies to facilitate it... or you represent regions, nations and/or marketing, the APS is the platform to showcase your company or service in the omni-channel future by sponsoring or exhibiting at this year’s event.

If your company would be appropriate for exhibiting at this event, or would like more information, please contact:

Linda Bloomfield
Tel: +44 (0)20 8547 0129
Mobile: +44 (0)7711 509709

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