January 20, 2022

TUTTOFOOD and HOSTMILANO: Food and professional hospitality together at FIERA MILANO from 22 to 26 Oct 2021

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TUTTOFOOD Milan, the global, innovative B2B event for the agri-food sector and national and international point of reference, traditionally held in May, has been postponed to October 2021. The event will now take place between 22 and 26 October to seize the opportunity to take advantage of all the strategic and system synergies with HostMilano, the world’s leading event in technologies and solutions for hospitality and out of home sector. “At this time, we have to react in a cohesive and multifaceted way, even in the exhibition sector”, states Carlo Bonomi, President of Fiera Milano.

“Professional events need to remain a part of companies, to help them to become more competitive in a market where innovation and globalisation are increasingly fundamental elements for the recovery of economic sectors, as well as for the country as a whole. We are aware of the focus of our events and we want to transform the uncertainties at this time into opportunities”, says Luca Palermo, CEO of Fiera Milano.

“The fact that these two strongly connected events will be running at the same time, will allow for an enhancement of the entire Food and Hospitality sector, and Milan will once again be confirmed as an international exchange hub and facilitator of meetings and business opportunities between the supply industries”, said Palermo.

TUTTOFOOD, the agri-food exhibition with the most complete offer in Italy, which embraces all the Food & Beverage chains, alongside HostMilano, already the undisputed leader, will be a unique and indispensable event for all professionals and a solid platform of international standing, providing networking opportunities between all the key players of the supply industries.

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