ILDEX And The Emerging Opportunity In Asia

ASIA - NEO has strengthened its 'Triangle Opportunity Concept' following a launch the 2nd edition of ILDEX India, making ILDEX - - the international livestock and dairy events that link three Asia's emerging livestock countries together with international technology.
calendar icon 12 September 2007
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What do China, Vietnam and India have in common? The simple answer is bright economic outlook. China and India are the new drivers of global economic growth, replacing the United States and other developed countries. Economic growth of China and India is expected to be more than 11 percent and at around 9 percent in 2007 respectively, according to Rodrigo Rato, Managing Director of the International Monetary Fund. Vietnam is also one of the fastest growing economics in Asia after China and India, with growth rate of 8.2% in 2007 and 8.6% in 2008 being forecasted by Standard Chartered's Asia Research.

The bright economic position indicates positive outlook for their livestock and dairy industry as improving wealth usually mean improving meat consumption. Growing local consumption, which is abundant, will help offset the uncertainty over the export potential following the epidemic outbreak and food safety concern. It is the challenges that they have to overcome. Technology will play crucial factor for further development and advancements for these 3 emerging livestock and dairy markets.

The interactions at the meet were very useful for the visitors, the poultry farmers, cattle breeders, and the big players in the industry.

Ms. Ladda Mongkolchaivivat, General Manager of N.C.C. Exhibition Organizer

ILDEX Series is the only show that bridges these three strategic livestock markets together by creating triangle of opportunity for livestock and dairy in Asia under ILDEX umbrella with three international shows. ILDEX China 2007, scheduling on October 10-12, 2007 in Beijing, China, will be the only ILDEX Show for 2007. ILDEX Vietnam is next in April 25-27, 2008 in Ho Chin Minh City, the livestock capital of Vietna following by the recently launched ILDEX India 2008, which will be during August 12-14, 2008.

N.C.C Exhibition Organizer or NEO has recently launch the 2nd edition of ILDEX India 2008 to serve this fast growing market. According to Ms. Ladda Mongkolchaivivat, General Manager of N.C.C. Exhibition Organizer, "we had organized ILDEX India in New Delhi in 2006 in collaboration with Pixie Publication India Pvt. Ltd. The show proved to be a roaring success for the Livestock industry in the region. The visitors then got chances to acquaint themselves with a number of innovations in the industry. The interactions at the meet were very useful for the visitors, the poultry farmers, cattle breeders, and the big players in the industry. The entrepreneurs also greatly benefited from ILDEX India 2006." She added that "ILDEX India 2008 has been rescheduled to August 12-14, 2008 and the show will be held in New Delhi"

With the intention to bring international expertise to satisfy local needs, ILDEX Series will bring together advance technology from international suppliers in different sectors in animal production and processing as they are inter-related to establish one-stop-marketplace for livestock and dairy industry. Each livestock sector at ILDEX will have its own cluster for exhibition and other activities, such as seminars, product launches, and trade talks.

ILDEX will provide a platform of experience for further business transactions, developments, marketing, and creates way to open new avenues for transfer of technologies to the motivated entrepreneurs. ILDEX series will enable the visitors to meet the high and mighty players in the industry, to know about the latest technologies and innovations, and their applications in boosting the livestock and dairy industry in China, Vietnam and India.

For the upcoming ILDEX China 2007 which will be held on October 10-12, 2007 in Beijing, China, "The show is doing very well both from the exhibitors and visitors point of view," Ms. Mongkolchaivivat said, "The show has been well recognized by both international and local exhibitors owing mainly to our years of experience in livestock industry event. Our aggressive visitor promotion campaign has proved to be fruitful as there are streaming of request and pre-registration both for individual and group visitors as well as trade missions from overseas looking for business opportunity in China' livestock and dairy industry."

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