Comexposium took over the shares of Euromoney and some of Pomona Keepers.Pomona Keepers, the WBWE’s founding company, headed by Otilia Romero de Condés and Vicente Sánchez Migallón, will remain as shareholder of WBWE; and the whole team responsible for the fair’s current functioning will be maintained.
With this new alliance, the World Bulk Wine Exhibition expects to further improve in terms of quality; while it will remain as the world’s first fair devoted to the business of large volumes of wine. The 9th WBWE will be held in Amsterdam in less than a month; and it will start preparing for the global challenges, after ten years of existence as the biggest world fair for bulk wine.
The WBWE will receive on the coming 20th and 21st of November almost every producing country of bulk wine across the world. Its alliance with Comexposium represents an important qualitative leap, which will help to establish further alliances that will benefit all participants in this international gathering.
Comexposium Group, one of the most important event organizers of the entire world, is involved in several sectors: food industry, agriculture, fashion, security, digital, building industry, high technology, optics and transportation. Comexposium hosts more than 3 million visitors and 45,000 exhibitors in 26 countries across the world. Comexposium operates in over 30 areas of global economic growth.
WORLD BULK WINE EXHIBITION 2017
The World Bulk Wine Exhibition is aimed at producers and purchasers of bulk wine, wineries, distilleries, importers, distributors, retailers, international chains, dealers, media, etc.
The main objective of the World Bulk Wine Exhibition is to ensure that each participating exhibitor, who presents their varieties of quality bulk wine, has the best possible international showcase for their products. This is a goal that has been achieved thanks to our commitment to attract buyers from all over the world. The WBWE is an event of strategic importance not only due to the dates or the place where it is held, nor for its capacity to gather international trade operators, but for its 360-degree global vision on what the bulk wine sector has to offer.