The date fruit is synonymous to Northern Africa and the Middle East region. Having said that, there is no better place than Abu Dhabi to host the inaugural edition of Abu Dhabi International Date Palm Exhibition (ADIDPE), the world’s only dedicated B2B event for date palm fruit.
To be held under the patronage of H.H. Sheikh Mansour Bin Zayed Al-Nahyan, Deputy Prime Minister of the UAE, Minister of Presidential Affairs And Chairman of Abu Dhabi Food Control Authority, the 2015 edition of the event will be held from 7 – 9 December at the Abu Dhabi National Exhibition Centre.
Abu Dhabi International Date Palm Exhibition will be co-located with SIAL Middle East, the region’s fastest growing food, beverage and hospitality event and OnBoard Catering, the dedicated event for the travel catering sector.
Abu Dhabi International Date Palm Exhibition will be organised by the team behind the hugely successful B2C event for date fruit called the Emirates International Date Palm Festival, which has been running for 8 years.
“Dates are a holy fruit, full of advantages, but unfortunately not well known in the world. This year, this dates show was fantastic and totally different from previous years. The organizers have invested to introduce all key persons from the global dates’ market, and I appreciate all their efforts.”
“We have participated at the Emirates International Date Palm Festival before, but the participation this year is very effective and we have achieved our targets. We are expecting good deals this year because commercially the show was very good. We thank organisers on success of the Abu Dhabi International Date Palm Exhibition.”
“We thank you very much for your support in bringing all professional dates suppliers from the world to this exhibition. It is great to have them all under one roof at the Abu Dhabi International Date Palm Exhibition 2015. I had some really successful meetings and I will come back again next year, for sure.”
“The exhibition was great! It helps buyers & exhibitors to have successful meetings. Through this exhibition, it has now become very easy to solve purchasing problems.”