Dive into Seafood Expo Global 2024, your key to international seafood market success. Explore opportunities, connect with global buyers, and boost your seafood business. Don't miss out!
With the fourth quarter of the year underway, now is the perfect time to evaluate your international marketing strategies and gear up for the new year ahead. If your plans include connecting with seafood buyers at strategic trade shows, then mark your calendar for Seafood Expo Global (SEG) 2024, scheduled for April 23–25, 2024, in Barcelona, Spain.
Why SEG 2024?
Seafood Expo Global has gained significant traction since its debut in Barcelona two years ago. In 2023, it brought together a staggering 33,000 seafood industry professionals from across the globe. This annual event serves as a magnet for decision-makers and purchasers who hold sway over the seafood industry not only in Europe, but worldwide. Attending SEG is a smart and cost-effective way to achieve multiple objectives, including:
Food Export–Northeast’s Pavilion at SEG 2024
Food Export–Northeast is once again organizing a dedicated pavilion for Northeast U.S. seafood suppliers. Seafood suppliers can select a range of different booth sizes. All booths include furnishings, electricity, access to Food Export’s pavilion business lounge, and support of Food Export’s expert team on site. In addition to traditional booths, this year, tables will be available for rent for first-time exhibitors only. Learn more about exhibiting options here.
SEG 2024 Online Registration Now Open
Take advantage of the countless opportunities this show presents to grow your international sales and reserve your spot at SEG 2024 now! The registration deadline is January 31, 2024.
Reduce Show Costs with the Branded Program
To further support your participation in SEG 2024, Food Export–Northeast’s Branded Program offers reimbursement of up to 50% for select expenses, including travel, marketing, and exhibition costs to eligible suppliers. Funding for 2024 is already in high demand, so make sure to apply early and secure your spot in the program for the year. If you’re curious about the Branded Program and its reimbursable marketing activities, the online resource guide is your one-stop shop for all program essentials.
Map Out Your Show Presence Early
Planning is key to success, and Food Export–Northeast provides an array of resources and tools to help you maximize your presence at SEG 2024:
Ready to Dive In?
If you’re eager to explore the opportunity to exhibit at Seafood Expo Global 2024, visit Food Export’s website or get in touch to discuss how Food Export–Northeast can help you make a splash in the international seafood market.
About Food Export USA–Northeast
With its extensive programs and educational offerings, Food Export USA–Northeast (Food Export–Northeast) is recognized as the preeminent expert and cost-effective resource for Northeast seafood and agricultural suppliers looking to sell their products overseas. Founded in 1973, Food Export–Northeast is a non-profit organization that works collaboratively with its 10 member states’ agricultural promotion agencies from Connecticut, Delaware, Maine, Massachusetts, New Hampshire, New Jersey, New York, Pennsylvania, Rhode Island, and Vermont, to facilitate trade between suppliers and worldwide importers and to promote the export of food, agricultural and seafood products from those states. Since its founding, the organization has helped Northeast seafood suppliers gain access to a broad range of export markets, supported overseas in-market educational and promotional programs, and offered emerging suppliers access to funds to help grow their export business. The organization is funded through the Market Access Program (MAP), administered by the USDA’s Foreign Agricultural Service.
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