Reserve a booth in the Netherlands Pavilion at the Virtual AgroExpo Uzbekistan and show your products and/or services, without leaving your home or office.
Virtual AgroExpo Uzbekistan
Virtual AgroExpo Uzbekistan is a pioneering digital trade show designed to support the live event AgroExpo Uzbekistan / Agrotech Expo. The original event is Uzbekistan's leading exhibition for the agriculture and food processing industries. The jointly organized show has a long-standing reputation as a successful platform for establishing cooperation between foreign producers and buyers from Uzbekistan.
The continuous modernization of the agriculture and food processing industries remain vital for the new Uzbekistan. And in times when a worldwide pandemic impedes direct contact, a virtual platform provides a useful instrument for exhibitors and Uzbek buyers to connect safely and cost-effective.
The virtual exhibition hosts a variety of international exhibitors offering their products and/or services to Uzbek customers and that 24/7. Online visitors will be able to view videos and photos, read and download product descriptions and service information, and make their inquiries directly to the exhibitors' contact person.
And it is, of course, a great opportunity to connect and make appointments for the real-life exhibition AgroExpo Uzbekistan / Agrotech Expo, which takes place June 28 - 30, 2021 in Tashkent.
Since 2017 Uzbekistan has opened up its large market with over 30 million consumers and with a lot of agricultural potential for more foreign trade and investment. That is why many countries are targeting Uzbekistan.
The Uzbek Ministry of Agriculture aims to implement its strategy in the coming years using programs and funding from international (financial) organizations such as the World Bank, Asian Development Bank, and the EU. The authorities of Tashkent mainly look to the Netherlands for the development of agriculture and horticulture in their country.
Netherlands Pavilion Virtual AgroExpo Uzbekistan
Referring to the growing interest of the Dutch agribusiness in the upcoming market of Uzbekistan, the Dutch Ministry of Agriculture in The Hague decided, on the advice of the Dutch Agricultural Counsellor of the Dutch Embassy in Moscow, to organize a Netherlands Pavilion at the Virtual AgroExpo Uzbekistan.
Phaff Export Marketing is responsible for the organization of the Netherlands Pavilion.
The virtual exhibition center illustrates several pavilions, among which the Netherlands Pavilion and German Pavilion. The Netherlands Pavilion will be online for 6 months (from the beginning of December until the live exhibition in June 2021).
Within the Netherlands Pavilion, there is room for 15 companies / virtual booths.
Each virtual booth consists of:
- company description (max. 120 words)
- contact information
- products and/or services
- brochures (PFD)
- presentations (PDF)
- videos (youtube)
The visitors may filter the companies according to certain profiles and send direct requests by filling in the contact form.
The working language at this virtual exhibition is Russian. If desired there may be assistance with translations.
The participation fee is €180,=.
This amount includes:
- Registration fee
- Design virtual booth
- Any translations from English into Russian of company description and products and/or services
Translation of other items, such as brochures and presentations is exclusive. This can be organized at an additional cost.
Information and registration Netherlands Pavilion Virtual AgroExpo Uzbekistan
Interested and the Netherlands related agro companies have the possibility to register themselves for participation in the Netherlands pavilion. You can register for this event by using the sign-up form at the bottom of this page.
For questions about the Uzbek market, you can contact the Agricultural Counsellor Henk Stigter by email firstname.lastname@example.org or by phone +7 495 7972917. And for questions regarding the Netherlands Pavilion, you can contact Agnes Huetink of Phaff Export Marketing.
Click here for information about the Netherlands Pavilion at the live exhibition in June 2021.