Showcase Your Company and Products at International Trade Shows
Don’t have the time or resources to travel to Brazil for the FiSA Show? Use this FREE service as a stepping stone into the Brazilian market!
– Food Ingredients South America is the largest Food Ingredients Trade Show in
South America. The show has been on for 20 years and attracts almost 10
thousand visitors, mostly decision-making purchasers or Research and
Development from the main Food Ingredients Distributors and Manufacturers in
Brazil. For being the largest of its kind in the region, the show is also
visited by visitors from other South American Countries.
Participation for the showcase is on a first-come, first-served basis.
Suppliers are strongly encouraged to send product samples to the show to gain the greatest benefit.
Virtual Pre-show briefing with our In-Market Representatives to gain brief knowledge prior to the show
Samples and literature displayed in the booth and shared with key prospects
1 Page post-show report with trade contact list
Shipping instructions to send product samples to the show
*Participation is limited to suppliers who are not already exhibiting at the tradeshow where the showcase is taking place. Additionally, due to limited showcase capacity for each show and the intent to reach as many exporters as possible with this program, exporters are limited to participation in no more than four showcases per year.
Take advantage of our educational webinars providing the latest exporter intelligence for companies regarding specific markets, logistics, trade financing, documentation, how to meet and follow-up with foreign buyers and much more.
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