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This is what Liam Campbell, Chief Editor of the Irish Independent newspaper, has affirmed when he explained today in the conference "Understanding the Irish wine consumer" that the price, lower than 9.99 Euros, the importance of approaching the consumer and the Irish buyer, as well as maintaining promotion in the country represent fundamental factors.
Interviews with buyers from several companies from different continents, some with a turnover of 15 million euros per year
This figure is already higher than the total number of meetings arranged on the eve of the previous Fair.
Japan, Germany, China and Russia are the countries that have arranged most meetings with Spanish wineries, with the most in-demand wineries being from Ciudad Real, Madrid and Barcelona.
www.fenavin.com is making its website accessible to potential buyers planning to attend the Fair from these countries, as well providing an information resource to growing markets for Spanish wine
FENAVIN, which opens its doors on May 7, 2013, was the first trade fair to bring a delegation of Indian buyers to Spain, back in 2007.
The International Buyer Program is now closed, after the signing of a cooperation agreement with the Ciudad Real Chamber of Commerce.
New delegations from Belarus, Chile, United Arab Emirates, Qatar, Thailand and South Africa are attending the 2013 event.
The chat, organized by the Castilla-La Mancha IPEX and the Castilla-La Mancha Tierra de Viñedos Foundation, reveals the tastes of the Asian people and their visible and invisible markets
This expert of the Economic and Commercial Office of the Spanish Embassy in Tokyo considers that the image of Spanish wines is a very positive one
The Representative for Promotion of Wine of the Institute for Foreign Promotion of Castilla-La Mancha, Quintín Villamayor, highlighted the fact that all the initial forecasts have been exceeded by far, this in the number of importers, as well as in the number of contacts and orders that were made
This is only one of the strategies that the consultant who is specialized in the wine industry pointed out during the conference "Building scale in the German wine market", which was hosted at Fenavin so that Spanish wineries can accelerate growth on one of the most important markets for our wines.
The diplomat Alexander I Kuznetsov has visited FENAVIN and participated in a conference in which the keys to all the options and facets involved in exporting Spanish wine to the Russian market have been put forward for the participating wineries and exhibitors.
The consultant, who is specialized in the winemaking industry, will be providing the Spanish wineries with the necessary keys in order to speed-up their growth in one of the most important markets for our wines
`Building Scale in the German Wine Market´ will be held in Ciudad Real on the upcoming May 11th
Nemesio de Lara stresses the "important increase in European wine imports in Asia". These buyers will also be participating in the session that will be organized by the Castilla-La Mancha IPEX, "China, dos mercados para el vino embotellado: recomendaciones a las bodegas españolas" (China, Two Markets for Bottled Wine: Recommendations for Spanish Wineries)
Chieko Konagaya, Market Analyst for the Spanish Economic and Commercial Office in Tokyo will be analyzing the specific nature of this market at FENAVIN 2011
The wineries participating in this reversed mission that FENAVIN and the Ciudad Real Chamber of Trade and Commerce have organized have also perceived "very good feelings" in their contacts with the greatest importers from Mexico
The President of the Provincial Government of Ciudad Real welcomed the Mexican committee that had canceled their presence at the past edition of FENAVIN due to the concern that existed at the time on incidence of the H1N1 Flu
The President of Balzac Communications & Marketing provides some of the main keys to successfully undertake exporting of wine to the North American market
According to Wilhelm Lerner, Representative in Central Europe of Strategy and Organization for the international consulting company Arthur D. Litte
Participating in the round table will be Daniel Comanita, President of the Hispano-Romanian Association in Castilla-La Mancha; Andrei Luca, Adviser on European Matters for the Romanian Embassy and Nick Filip, expert in wine on the Rumanian market