A unique network presented by VIV Asia and VIV Qingdao. A perfect chance to meet with global industry leaders and buyers and seize the opportunities of China’s “Feed to Food” industry. VIV Asia has become the most important trade show “from feed to food” in Asia. Since 2015, there were more than 200 Chinese exhibitors and 3,000 Chinese professional visitors that have participated in every edition of the show.
VIV Asia plays an important role in knowledge exchange and export trade especially for China’s animal husbandry industry. A large number of Chinese enterprises including those operating in feed, feed additives, animal health, farming equipment and processing machinery have benefited greatly from the show, and got a rapid growth year by year. The special networking program “China Connects” is organized to highlight the relationship and deepen the cooperation opportunity between China’s animal husbandry & food industry and global industries.
Tentative program CHINA CONNECTS
Welcome speech by VIV representative
By Mr. David Zhong，President of VNU Exhibitions Asia; President, UFI Asia-pacific
Speech by Chinese officers at Bangkok
The overview and future trend of China food industry
By Mr. Cao Shumin, the vice Chairman of China National Food Industry Association (CNFIA)
The influence of African Swine Fever on pork production in China
By Mr. Ma Chuang, the vice secretary-general of China Association of Animal Science and Veterinary Medicine (CAAV)
The overview of China’s exportation of feed and feed additives
By Ms. Catherine Wang- Secretary General of Beijing Feed Industry Association (BFIA)
Introduction of VIV Qingdao 2019
By Jeremy Liu, VIV worldwide China Market Director
Cocktail & Networking
VIV IN CHINA
VIV held in China on a yearly basis from 2019 onwards, starting with VIV Qingdao 2019
Since coming to China in 2000 for the first time, VIV has always maintained a high level of internationalization, branding and trade order achieving. Nowadays, it has become a global “Feed to Food” B2B platform, covering all sectors in the whole animal protein production chain. In response to the upgrading and transition of the husbandry industry, VIV in China will also enter the next phase of reform and development. This change to a new annual series will open with VIV Qingdao, to be held on September 19th – 21st in Shandong province which is an important area for the animal protein production.
March 10-12, 2021
10.00 – 18.00 hrs