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Executive Talk


September 20, 2019

 

VIV Asia selects bigger venue for 2021

 

 

From March 10-12, 2021, VIV Asia has a new home base - IMPACT in Bangkok. The move to this larger venue anticipates ongoing growth of the international exhibition for animal protein production and processing.

 

Having successfully held the 2019 edition of VIV Asia with the highest approval rating by both visitors and exhibitors, the organisation did still have one puzzle to solve for the next edition: the venue capacity. The highly anticipated biannual exhibition had BITEC bursting at the seams with over 45,000 international visits and 1,200 exhibitors.

 

This year's VIV Asia was the biggest yet and plans for VIV Asia 2021 include an even larger offering of companies and conferences from the Feed to Food supply chain. After many successful years at BITEC, the VIV worldwide team looks at the move to bigger exhibition grounds as a strategic and exciting step to take the show to the next level. With its enhanced and modern facilities, IMPACT can host the most complete Feed to Food event in Asia, a one-stop show from Feed to Livestock management and Food production.

 

After two decades of VIV Asia being organised in Bangkok, IMPACT is the third venue to accommodate the exhibition. Years after its debut in Queen Sirikit National Convention Center, VIV Asia moved to BITEC, where the available floor space almost quadrupled. The 60,000-square-metres of IMPACT will now make it possible to lift the limitations on exhibition booth sizes, to welcome more visitors in 2021, and to support the growth and development of VIV Asia beyond 2021.

 

Leading up to the event, the dedicated website www.vivasiamovestoimpact.com will inform exhibitors and visitors about all they need to know concerning the move to the new venue.

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