At its 2019 show, DJAZAGRO brought together 687 exhibitors, all manufacturers, from 34 countries:
ALGERIA; AUSTRIA; BELGIUM; CHILE; CHINA; CZECH REPUBLIC; FRANCE; GERMANY; GREECE; HUNGARY; INDIA; ITALY; JORDAN; LEBANON: LIBYA; LITHUANIA; LUXEMBOURG; MOROCCO; NETHERLANDS; POLAND; PORTUGAL; RUSSIA; SOUTH AFRICA; SPAIN; SWEDEN; SWITZERLAND; THAILAND; TUNISIA; TURKEY, UKRAINE; UNITED ARAB EMIRATES; UNITED KINGDOM.
Across the four halls occupied by the show, exhibitors are divided into several sectors:
- Bakery-Pastry: Central Hall
- Hospitality & Food service: Central Hall
- Food products & Beverages: Hall A
- Ingredients & Flavourings: Hall A
- Food processing (filling, packaging and machinery): Halls C, G and Central Hall
In 2020, the food hygiene and safety sector will also be represented through a dedicated offering.
Since 2018, our exhibitors have been able to declare their new products and flagship products that they intend to exhibit on their stand during the show. For you as a visitor, this new product guide helps you to plan your show and get the most out of your visit.
OUR EXHIBITORS AND THE ALGERIAN MARKET
96% of our exhibitors say that the show is important for their business.
In addition to the Algerian market, 40% of our exhibitors wish to reach the Moroccan and Tunisian markets through their participation at DJAZAGRO.
On average each year, our exhibitors record more than 40% new contacts during their participation.
More than 8 out of 10 exhibitors are already established in Algeria, and for 45% of them, DJAZAGRO has enabled them to make contacts and find solutions to help them set up in the country.
There are no hard and fast rules as to how much time it takes to build commercial ties and become established in Algeria. However, the Algerian culture requires long-term dialogue. Thus, while 25% of our exhibitors needed only one year at the show to establish their business in Algeria, they have previously built and maintained relations with their customers and suppliers for several years.
Their participation in the show represented the final stage of their process; they could meet all their stakeholders in a single venue over four days to bring their establishment plans to fruition.
86% of exhibitors are satisfied with their participation, most specifically in these areas:
- Visitor numbers: 83%
- Visitor quality: 80%
- Communication by the exhibition: 88%
Following their participation in DJAZAGRO, more than 9 out of 10 exhibitors plan to continue to develop their business in Algeria in different forms:
- Continuing to sell directly to their clients: 71%
- Business development roadshows: 59%
- Continuing to pursue contacts with the distributors they met: 33%
- Sourcing distributors: 17%
- Partnership with an Algerian firm for direct investment: 13%
While our exhibitors take part in the show chiefly in the aim of reaching the Algerian market, you will also have the chance to meet visitors from the following countries:
- Ivory Coast
Do you come from one of these countries and wish to be assisted in planning your visit to DJAZAGRO? Or do you come from another country and wish to meet exhibitors that fulfil your requirements?
In Morocco, contact Corine Bennis at Promosalons Maroc: email@example.com
In Tunisia, contact Nathalie Zribi at Promosalons Tunisie: firstname.lastname@example.org
For other countries, please contact Margaux Lemarchand, DJAZAGRO communications manager: email@example.com
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