FICCI Food World India 2010 (FWI2010)

Venue: Hotel Leela Kempinski

Location: Mumbai, Maharashtra, India

Event Date/Time: Nov 24, 2010 End Date/Time: Nov 25, 2010
Registration Date: Nov 23, 2010
Early Registration Date: Oct 20, 2010
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The Federation of Indian Chambers of Commerce & Industry (FICCI) is organizing “FOODWORLD INDIA 2010”- the global convention for food business and industry in Mumbai from November 24-25, 2010. The United Kingdom of Great Britain has agreed to be the partner country for this year’s global convention, and mount a high power business delegation to explore business opportunities in food Processing sector. We have invited Ministry of Commerce & Industry and Ministry of Food Processing to support this convention.

“FOODWORLD INDIA 2010” will create a platform to bring together global leaders in food processing industry. The global leaders will share their knowledge and vision to accelerate the growth of this sector to increase India’s penetration in global markets.

The previous editions of FOODWORLD INDIA have been a grand success, witnessing the presence of all major food processors, retailers and consultants of the world on one platform, prominent among them were Dr. Hans-Joachim Korber, CEO, Metro Group, Germany; Dr. Gordon Campbell, Managing Director, Spar International, Netherlands; Mr. Motoyo Okada, President, Aeon Group, Japan; Mr. Jacques-Etienne de T’Serclaes, Partner, PWC, France; Prof. Diane Banati, Chairperson, European Food Safety Authority, Italy; Mr. Jonathan Banks, Business Insight Director, Europe, The Nielsen Company; Mr. Martin Dlouhy Managing Director, Metro Cash & Carry India Pvt. Ltd., India and many more……

The two day global convention also proposes to have an exclusive CEOs’ interaction with Hon’ble Minister for Food Processing and senior officials from the Central & State Governments on various policy issues and the way forward for the growth of food business in India.

In addition to U.K, Business delegations from Netherlands, Germany, Italy, France and other regions are expected to participate in this year’s global convention. It would be an excellent opportunity for Indian food businesses to interact with the global food businesses from different countries to explore various opportunities for business and to forge new business alliances.