3 September 2019
New hunting section will promote a popular area of interest among farmers and expanding NutriFair Professional niche
NutriFair is expanding with a new professional visitor area that will focus on hunting. This area will cover the sphere of professional hunting that involves agricultural land used for hunting purposes and therefore an area of interest for many farmers.
Not only will visitors to NutriFair 2020 be met by professional inspiration, industry knowledge and professional input within the four walls of the exhibition, but NutriFair will also extend to embracing the world of professional hunting, with a focus on agricultural land as areas for hunting. Visitors and exhibitors will therefore have the opportunity to cultivate an interest that many farmers are involved with, both in their leisure time but also professionally.
The new hunting section will include a number of selected exhibitors who specialise in hunting.
"NutriFair 2020’s hunting section will very much reflect the professional aspects of hunting. We will, for example, be having presentations about the letting of land for hunting, what is legally acceptable and what represents a wise investment. Visitors will therefore not be met by a forest of hunting stands. There will be various stands, where you can buy hunting gear and equipment, but it will be much more about professional perspectives." says Jørgen Kronborg, NutriFair’s project manager.
There will be a network café in the middle of the hunting area, which will be central to our hunting theme. The café will offer visitors and exhibitors an intimate area where they can network, take calls at the fair or simply enjoy a cup of coffee.
Planning for the stand area is well underway
The large hall (known as Hall A) is now sold out and Messe C in Fredericia is currently in the process of planning exhibition stand logistics. Edel Clausen is sales manager for Messe C. She is in charge of the halls and all the various exhibitors, matching exhibitors to themes, to ensure that hall layouts are of good quality.
“When starting to look at stand positioning, we take a very close look at what will be of value to our visitors and exhibitors. First and foremost, we are matching exhibitors with themes, using this as the basis for the greatest possible flexibility when matching exhibitors with their desired hall locations. I think it is important to provide visitors and exhibitors a good experience with a good quality structure so that they will want to keep on coming back." says Edel Clausen.
Project Manager Jørgen Kronborg has made plenty of progress when it comes to finding relevant presenters and professional themes, to ensure a highly professional conference programme.
"We always aim for high professional quality standards from those holding our presentations and in the current themes that will be discussed. This is why these themes will not be determined firmly until some time in November. This is simply in order to ensure content that is current and of high professional relevance." says Jørgen Kronborg.
He did, however, reveal that there would be a presentation by Danish Crown and that the theme "climate - how do I go about it?" is on the table for NutriFair 2020.