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MWM announces Wine in China conferences

The Meiburg Wine Media group will host a series of November seminars and conferences in Hong Kong and China for industry professionals looking to conquer the Chinese wine market.

For those in the trade who are looking to enter, work or master the Chinese wine market, Meiburg Wine Media has scheduled its third Wine in China Conference in Hong Kong for 4 November and in Shanghai for the first time on 10 November.

Now offering nearly 30 per cent off the standard ticket price, MWM has priced the early-release tickets at US$230 down from US$320 until 30 September.

Wine in China offers a program of 13 seminars and 48 speakers comprising China’s wine market experts and leaders in business, marketing and media.

Described as “the most authoritative information source on the Chinese wine market available today”,  Wine in China presents the latest annual trends, market updates and future forecasts, catering for those looking to enter and work the market for the first time.

Debra Meiburg MW, Director of Meiburg Wine Media said, “This is the one day a year where the international wine community can really tap into the current state and future path of the Chinese wine market in a ‘no holds barred’, open forum-style format.

“With many wineries planning their November trips to Asia for the Hong Kong International Wine & Spirits Fair and Shanghai’s ProWine, we’ve timed both conferences to take place just prior to each fair, enabling attendees to get fully up-to-date and savvy on the China market prior to these major business opportunities.

“A dynamic and ever-evolving market, aged information on the China market certainly doesn’t prosper like your favourite Bordeaux. And with wineries investing significant time and resources to attend these regional fairs, Wine in China offers the opportunity to master the market, engage with its key players and understand the future opportunities, all in one day, all under one roof, and make the most of these market visits.

“We’re offering attendees a ‘priority pass’ to the industry’s key players and industry insiders, minus the legwork and confusion of tracking down this collection of experts independently for advice. It really is the fast train to wine in China!”

For more information and tickets, please visit the Wine in China website.

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