Show Organizer

 
World Trade Center Miami
  The World Trade Center Miami is a member of the World Trade Centers Association which is the preeminent global trade organization promoting two-way trade. There are more than 321 World Trade Centers located in over 89 countries with a total membership of 2 million corporate members and associates. In the Western Hemisphere, there are more than 60 World Trade Centers either in operation or in the planning and/or construction stage. For more than 25 years, the World Trade Center Miami (WTCM) has facilitated international commerce in Miami-Dade County. Through trade shows, missions, special events, educational programs and other forms of assistance, the WTCM has played a leading role in spurring the growth of the region's most important economic sector, generating more than $3.8 billion in reported international sales and stimulating the formation of thousands of new jobs. As a powerful voice for business growth and economic prosperity, the WTCM is dedicated to leading South Florida into a new era of international trade. Guided by our Board of Directors and assisted by our community partners, our Center helps companies connect with the world and contributes to our regional economy. The World Trade Center Miami, Florida's oldest global organization, fosters and enhances international business opportunities for companies in the western hemisphere.  

Dear Exhibitors, Buyers and Attendees,

Over the last few weeks, the World Trade Center Miami has been monitoring the on-going COVID-19 restrictions and regulations to determine what their potential impact on the Americas Food and Beverage (AFB) Show would be this September. After much consideration and consultation with our partners and stakeholders, feedback from exhibitors and buyers about their concerns and ability to travel as well as our ability to deliver on our commitment to produce a quality physical show – we have decided to pivot to a virtual event.

We pride ourselves in providing our exhibitors a high-quality event with the best opportunities to meet their show objectives and facilitate desired business connections. As there are still substantial concerns regarding international buyer travel from several countries in the Caribbean and Latin America, we feel it is in the best interest of our exhibitors and all stakeholders to pivot to a virtual event again in 2021.

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