Cannabis Drinks Expo in San Francisco, July 25, 2019 will be the first event to tackle the issue head-on. It will give the worldwide drinks industry, and North America in
Cannabis Drinks Expo in San Francisco, July 25, 2019 will be the first event to tackle the issue head-on. It will give the worldwide drinks industry, and North America in particular, the chance to come together and look at ways it can address legalised cannabis and find ways to start the fight back against this enormous threat to the future of the overall industry.
It will also be the first time that drinks producers, manufacturers, brand owners, distilleries and brewers can come together and collectively look at ways they can also benefit from legalised cannabis. Assess, analyse and implement ways they can both individually and together take advantage of what is effectively a new major consumer goods market.
Who can Exhibit?
• Medical marijuana producers
• Cannabis growers
• Cannabis producers/ product developers
• Cannabis processors
• Cannabis distributors/transporters
• Branded drinks companies
• Drinks manufacturers/producers
• Pharmacy companies
• Equipments and service providers
• CBD manufacturers
• Marijuana-Infused products and edibles providers
• Testing and laboratory services
• Logistics and supply chain operators
• Drinks distributors/wholesalers
• Drinks importers
• Lobbyists/ public affairs businesses and Political advisors
Who are key visitors?
• Leading scientists/ researchers
• Policymakers and relevant government officials
• Trade associations
• Lobbyists and public affairs professionals
• Drinks industry executives across branded players and producers
• Drinks distributors
• Retailers and merchants
• On-premise operators
• PR and marketing
• Press and bloggers
The China Wine Competition looks to recognise, reward and help promote wine brands that have successfully been created to identify with and target a specific wine drinker. For any wine
The China Wine Competition looks to recognise, reward and help promote wine brands that have successfully been created to identify with and target a specific wine drinker. For any wine brand to earn its place on a retailer’s shelf or a restaurant’s wine list – and then vitally stay there – they need to be marketable and consumer driven and not just produced in the general hope it can find enough people willing to sell and buy it.
That is why the China Wine Competition is different. It will single out and shine the spotlight on those wine brands that consumers really want to buy and have a clear market value for trade buyers.
The competition will judge wines in three key areas::
1. Their quality.
2. Their value for money.
3. What they look like.