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ILDEX Vietnam postponed to 2022

Monday, May 24, 2021

ILDEX Vietnam was postponed to March 16-18, 2022. The decision is made in view of the COVID-19 situation in Vietnam and with the deep concern for the health of the exhibitors and stakeholders. 

According to the latest statistics, local vaccination in Vietnam has yet to reach one percent of the total population. Social activities with over 30 participants are currently banned since May and local authorities may impose stricter measurements on social activities in the coming months. 

“By postponing the event to Q1 2022, we anticipate widespread mass vaccination can be expected in Vietnam and cross-border travel will gradually be back to normal. The event is set at an ideal timing to meet the market demand after a year-long downturn,” the organization said. 

ILDEX Vietnam was re-scheduled to March 19-18, 2022 at Hall A1-A2, SECC, Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam.  

V-Connect Vietnam Edition

Meanwhile, the virtual event V-Connect Vietnam Edition will be online from July 21-23, 2021. The digital event will be open for 24 hours. 

The V-Connect platform is the digital result of converting the in-person B2B networking events into an online format to suit the current business landscape. The platform is the digital platform developed by VIV and ILDEX team to enable in-person B2B networking. V-Connect Vietnam Edition provides a progressive web-based, smartphone-supported online ecosystem optimized for all attendees to meet, network and make deals for ASEAN’s Feed to Food Industry. 

The event will take place from July 21-23, 2021. Registration will open on June 21. V-Connect Vietnam Edition is aimed to offer businesses a reliable, responsive and highly actionable platform through which to grow as we continue to adapt to and prosper during the current global climate.

Pre-register here.

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