OCTO World – 2010 – 020
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OCTO World – 2010 – 020
OCTO World – 2010 – 020
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World Economic Forum Annual Meeting Davos 2005
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DAVOS/SWITZERLAND, 25JAN05 – Electronic bulletin board outside the Congress Center the evening before the opening of the Annual Meeting 2005 of the World Economic Forum in Davos, Switzerland, January 25, 2005.
OCTO World – 2010 – 013
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Mumbai, India, February 23rd, 2016 — 1st Edition – Feb 2013 – 35 Exhibitors from 5 Countries & 2400 Visitors | 2nd Edition- Sep 2014 – 40 Exhibitors from 6 Countries & 2900 Visitors | 3rd Edition- Oct 2015 – 52 Exhibitors from 8 Countries & 3200 Visitors | 4th Edition- Oct 2016 – Over 90 Exhibitors & 5000 Visitors (Targeted).
The World Tea & Coffee Expo was launched in 2013 to offer an organized avenue for all the industry stakeholders to come together under a single roof for networking, business expansion and ideas exchange. Cutting through a plethora of food and food processing shows and focusing purely on the tea and coffee segments, the Expo has established itself as the official Industry show with just three editions under its belt.
More Country pavilions & Buying delegations from Dubai / Iran / Russia, Nepal and many more planned. This expo is the catalyst for companies to expand presence in India .Launch of latest technology and innovative products/retail chains, Bulk Orders, Appointing of Distributors or Exporters at Expo ensures substantial interest from potential business associates with display of International and Indian innovations, the Expo will determine trends related to the entire spectrum of the Hot Beverage sector
B2B match-making, Workshops & Championships, a High Level 2-day Conference by Industry leaders, academicians and policy makers, export/import guidance kiosks, Knowledge zone etc.
20th Oct – 22nd Oct 2016 (Thu – Sat)
19th Oct 2016 / Dismantling: 22nd Oct 2016 up to Midnight
Bombay Exhibition Centre (NSE), Goregaon East, Mumbai, INDIA
Thursday, 20th Oct 2016 – 10:00 am – 6:00 pm
Friday, 21st Oct 2016 – 10:00 am – 6:00 pm
Saturday, 22nd Oct 2016 – 10:00 am – 5 pm
Seminar / Conference Hours:
Thursday, 20th Oct 2016 – 12:00 pm to 2:00 pm & 2:30 pm – 5:00 pm
Friday, 21st Oct 2016 – 11:00 am to 1 pm and 2:00 pm – 5:00 pm
Workshop/Demo Area Hours:
Saturday 22nd Oct 2016 – 11:00 am to 2.00 pm & 2:30 pm – 5.00 pm
Registration and Admission:
The show is not open to general public. This is a trade event and only industry professionals will be allowed. No one under 18 permitted. No retail sale.
Previous Show Results:
2015 total attendance included 52 exhibiting companies from 7 countries and over 3200 Trade Visitors. Supporters: Tea Board of India, Federation of Indian Tea Traders Association (FAITTA), Bombay Tea Traders Association (BTTA), SME Chamber of India, Confederation of Indian Small Tea Growers Association (CISTA), Dubai Multi Commodities Centre (DMCC) Iran Tea Traders Association and Rwanda Development Board.
Tea & Coffee Manufacturers & Brands, Machinery MFRs & Packaging companies, Tea & Coffee Dealers/Exporters/Importers, Tea / Coffee Vending Machines Manufacturers, Roasters And Blenders, Flavored Beverages Manufacturers, Manufacturers of Equipment & Appliances, Raw Materials Suppliers & Manufacturers, Retail Café Chains / Franchisors, Processors & Processing machinery MFRs, Milk & Milk Products, Sugar & Sugar substitutes/Artificial Sweeteners, Tea & Coffee Accessories manufacturers, Service Providers & Others
Tea & Coffee Distributors/ Retailers/Wholesalers, Hoteliers/ Institutional Caterers, Restaurateurs & Café Owners, Airlines, Importers & Exporters, International Delegates & Buying Teams, Trade Buyers, Hotel Supplies Dealers, Mass Grocers/Supermarkets/Malls, Purchase Managers of Large Offices & Retail Chains, Packaging professionals, F & B/Catering Managers, Dieticians / Nutritionists / Food Professionals, Chefs & Cooking Experts, Tea & Coffee Aficionados and General Visitors.
Branding/ Promotions Strategy:
WTCE has developed an aggressive GLOBAL marketing campaign designed to attract the largest number of buyers. Attendees include decision makers and influencers.
Our strategy will include:
* Tie up with relevant associations
* Newspaper / online and social media promotions
* Email blasts / SMS Blast / Telecalling
* Newspaper inserts and newspaper advertisement
* Print and digital PR
* On site branding
* Exhibitor directory designing and printing
Estimated Industry Participation:
5,000 (80% from India and balance from overseas)
Aspen Projects India Ltd, Ahinsha Chemicals Ltd, Bry-Air (Asia) Pvt. Ltd, Emmppe Associates, Tea Board of India, Lochan Tea Limited, Variety Food Products, Distribution Co. Pvt. Ltd, Golden Tips Teas, National Innovation Foundation, Shrinath Rotopack Pvt. Ltd, Clearpack India Pvt. Ltd, Manjushree Plantations Limited, Sunshine Tea, Tamilnadu Tea Plantation Corporation, Saraf Trading Corporation Pvt. Ltd, Tee Pack Speziolmoschinen Gmblt Co. Kg, M/S. Hira Lal Ashok Kumar, Bombay Tea Trade Association, Swiss Pac Pvt. Ltd, Indiamart.Com, Trade India.Com, Tetrahedron Beverages Pvt. Ltd, Darjeeling Tea Association, M. Kantilal & Co, Four Square Media Pvt. Ltd, Trade4india.Com, L. B Associtates Pvt. Ltd, Max Worth Trading Co, Iron Buddha, Prabhat Dairy Pvt. Ltd, Kanak Security Solutions, Dph Inter National Gmbh, Grainpro Usa Hires, Kebun Rimau Sdn Bhd, Lavazza, Ace Industries, Aeropress India, Amar Tea Pvt Ltd (Society Tea), Aum Agri Freeze Foods P Ltd, Coffee (Hindustan Unilever Ltd), Control Union Certification P Ltd, Dcpl Life Science Pvt Ltd, Dubai Multi Commodities Centre, Evergreen Dooars Tea Pvt Ltd, Eversys Of Switzerland, Federation Of All India Tea Traders Associations(Faitta), Federation Of India Export Organizations(Fieo), Flavourtech Pty Ltd, Australia, Girnar Food & Beverages Pvt Ltd, Lipra Nutriscience, Madhu Jayanti International Ltd, Mohani Tea Leaves Pvt Ltd. Neel Beverages Pvt Ltd, Rwanda Development Board, Shreeji Screen & Filters Pvt Ltd, Sussegado Coffee India Pvt Ltd, T.M.E Srl, Italy, Teamac S.R.L, Italy, Tirupati Products, Umang Special School, Koya Traders & Manufactures Lld., Sira Impex Pvt. Ltd, Gourmet Treats, Neel Beverages Pvt. Ltd, Brite Automation, Sterling Agro Industries Ltd, The Coffee Company, Ace Industries, Golden Tips Tea Company Pvt Ltd, Varietea Food Products Ltd, Makaibari Tea & Trading Co. Pvt. Ltd, Simla Tea Company Pvt Ltd, Organic Small Tea Growers Association, Assam, Avkash International, Rangpur Tea Association Ltd, Umang Special School,Ccl Products India Ltd, Café Coffee Day, Vidya Herbs Pvt Ltd, Shree Vardhman Jivdaya Kendra, Leo Retail Concepts, M Kantilal & Co, Atharva Agro Organics, Nilkamal Ltd, Deesha Tea Endeavours P Ltd,Coffee Board Of India, Jim Trade, Prajakta Technology Pvt. Ltd. – Udyogprerana, Cista, Global Fairs And Media Pvt. Ltd.,Lolita Coffee Colombia, Instantina Ltd Uk, Hva Foods Plc Srilanka, Tea Talk Pvt Ltd Srilanka, Reviva Tea Pvt Ltd Srilanka, Srilanka, Buhler India Pvt. Ltd. Germany, Trade Agency – Vietnam Embassy In India Vietnam, Techknow Enterprise Inc Usa.
Mr. Mitesh, Project Director on +91 9820503876 firstname.lastname@example.org or Tel: +91 22 28625131 / Fax: +91 22 28625133 http://www.worldteacoffeeexpo.com
Show Owner and Producer:
Sentinel Exhibitions Asia P Ltd (http://www.sentinelexhibitionsasia.com) is the Show owner and organizer
Press & Media Contact:
Mitesh M Kapadia
Sentinel Public Relations Pvt Ltd / Sentinel Advertising Services
B-603, Samajdeep, Adukia Road
Off S V Road, Near Seasons Restaurant
Kandivli (W), Mumbai – 400 067, India
Mob: +91 98205 03876
Tel: (91 22) 28625131/32
Fax: (91 22) 28625133
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PASADENA, Calif. (PRWEB) June 26, 2007
Tropical Storm Alice is intended to raise awareness of global climate issues and is associated with the opening of the new Whyville Climate Center, which is sponsored by Penguin Young Readers Group, the publisher of Al Gore’s young adult book, “An Inconvenient Truth: The Crisis of Global Warming” (Viking Children’s Books/Rodale Books $ 16.00; 208 pages; Ages 11 up). The Climate Center will serve as the focal point for the discussion and further educational activities, while significant virtual rainfall continues for at least another 12-36 hours. This will result in widespread flooding and destruction throughout Whyville, with considerable rubbish and debris littering the virtual world. Whyville’s citizens will need to join together in a massive clean up effort to restore their environment over the next several days.
The arrival of the tropical storm coincides with a new effort to educate Whyville’s citizens about global climate issues. According to a survey conducted on the site in May 2007, 77 percent of responding citizens said that they were aware of the concept of global warming. However, only 50 percent felt they could be a part of the solution.
The Climate Center’s initial activities will focus on changes in the levels of greenhouse gases in the Whyville atmosphere, especially carbon dioxide. In the center’s CO2 Lab, citizens will be able to document increases in carbon dioxide in the virtual atmosphere from the site’s creation in 1999 to today. Traveling back in time, Whyvillians will sample CO2 levels from each year and look for correlations with specific human activity. Information on historical events in Whyville, including the rate of population growth and introduction of new industries, will be obtained from the Whyville Times (the newspaper of Whyville, with articles written by kids). Citizens will also be able to propose hypotheses and debate consequences in bulletin boards within the Climate Center.
“The objective of this activity is not to prove any particular association between greenhouse gases and the climate, in general, or our first tropical storm in particular,” said Dr. James Bower, CEO of Whyville. “Instead, we want to help kids understand the complexity involved in the growing international debate on these issues and get them involved in that discussion, since we already know that they care.”
Activities in the Whyville Climate Center will also support citizen involvement in solving the problem of greenhouse gas emission. Each citizen will be assigned their own carbon footprint calculator in order to assess their individual contribution to rising CO2 levels in the virtual world. The size of their footprint will increase, or decrease, depending on the personal choices they make, such as the number of virtual accessories they produce in Whyville’s avatar factory, the number of trips taken around the world in the warp wagon, the number of times they teleport to the moon or mars, or even which types of foods they choose to eat. Whyvillians who substantially reduce their impact will be recognized with a distinctive green badge for their avatar and will even be able to trade their carbon credits to other Whyvillians for “clams,” Whyville’s virtual currency.
“We know from our surveys that Whyvillians are concerned about environmental issues, but don’t believe that they can do very much to have an impact themselves,” said Dr. Jen Sun, president of Whyville. “This activity is intended to address both the complexities of this issue, as well as provide examples of ways that our kids can get involved – not only in our virtual world but also in the real world.”
Over the coming months, this new climate education activity will continue to unfold, impacting Whyville and its citizens in parallel to developments on this important issue in the real world.
About Penguin Group
Penguin Group (USA) is the U.S. affiliate of the internationally renowned Penguin Group. Penguin Group (USA) is one of the leading U.S. adult and children’s trade book publishers, owning a wide range of imprints and trademarks including Berkley Books, Dutton, Frederick Warne, G. P. Putnam’s Sons, Grosset & Dunlap, New American Library, Penguin, Philomel, Plume, Puffin Books, Riverhead Books and Viking, among others. The Penguin Group is part of Pearson (FTSE: PSON; NYSE: PSO). Pearson is an international media company with market leading businesses in education, business information and consumer publishing. For more information, visit http://www.pearson.com.
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Cambridge Judge Business School sits at the heart of the University of Cambridge. Established in 1990, the School has experienced rapid growth and is a world-class provider of innovative and transformative business education. The School has a strong international brand among business schools and invests strategically in marketing and profile-raising initiatives which result in the production of significant quantities of brand assets.
A new brand portal
The new brand toolkit presents a digital version of the CJBS brand guidelines focused on user need, presenting selected collections of assets which are managed centrally in the celum DAM system and made available via the celum API.
The portal offers staff and students of the School much more than just images by making available selected collections of brand assets such as Word and PowerPoint presentation templates, logos, fonts, and signage – all framed in an engaging mobile-friendly set of webpages alongside guidance on their use, built using the open source CMS TYPO3.
The DAM system itself maintains one master copy of each asset and gives CJBS the opportunity for greater control over the use of their brand by ensuring that the latest, correct, version is always available. It also provides powerful search functions and wizards to help the user download the correct file for their needs.
A growth story
Summer 2014 also saw celum’s solution for Cambridge Judge Business School adopted by other parts of the wider University of Cambridge, and the system is seeing rapid expansion of both managed assets and user registrations from other departments. Plans are now underway to provide a second brand portal in the future – this time for the University as a whole.
celum is the worldwide leader in the development of Marketing Technology software for Brand & Product Content Management. Our solutions automate and accelerate communication, marketing, and sales processes, reduce costs and help our customers achieve greater flexibility in day-to-day operations.
More than 700 clients in 32 countries with 700,000 users already trust in celum software products. Including leading brands like 3M, CLAAS, Do & Co, Decathlon, Hochtief, KTM, L‘Oreal Professional, MAN, Shiseido, Silhouette, Specialized, Toshiba, Toyota, Universal Music, voestalpine, VW.
Founded in 1999 and headquartered in Linz, Austria, celum Group operates worldwide with offices in Vienna, Munich, Berlin, Paris and Chicago.