Step into the world of agricultural innovation with VIV MEA, the premier event for staying ahead of new technologies and market trends. Hosted in the vibrant city of Abu Dhabi, the 4th edition of VIV MEA welcomes visitors and exhibitors from around the globe.
Mark your calendars – this international trade show, dedicated to the entire chain from animal feed to food, covering poultry meat, eggs, fish, and dairy, is set to take place from 20-22 November 2023.
VIV MEA brings together the livestock community, featuring 500+ suppliers from across the world. This assembly covers the entire supply chain of animal production, showcasing a strong focus on business, innovation, technology, and scientific research. Since its inception in 2016, VIV MEA has taken its place as the leading trade show for the animal husbandry industry across the Middle East and Africa. See the entire exhibitor list here.
Complementing VIV MEA 2023, a new innovative concept enriches the event’s offerings. Horti Agri Next (HAN) MEA 2023, a co-located show, emerges as a platform for the horticultural and agricultural production and processing industry. Aiming to be an international hub for agri-business professionals in the region, HAN MEA’s debut edition promises a line-up of exhibitors, brand names, and a plethora of new products, innovations, and technologies.
Initiated by the Abu Dhabi Agriculture & Food Safety Authority (ADAFSA) in 2021, the Abu Dhabi Agriculture & Food Security Week (ADAFSW) has evolved into a significant regional event. This convergence brings together farmers, growers, food producers, policymakers, scientists, and investors with a shared vision of advancing sustainable agriculture and food security. Building on the success of its first edition, ADAFSA partners with VNU Europe, the organiser of the VIV worldwide series of events, including VIV MEA, to elevate the Abu Dhabi Agriculture & Food Security Week.
Find the full conference programme here.
VIV MEA and Horti & Agri Next MEA together span the entire agrifood supply chain, both horizontally and vertically. Renate Wiendels, senior project manager at VIV worldwide, emphasises the event’s commitment to bringing together international delegations and industry leaders to discuss a wide array of agri-food topics. An anticipated 8,000 visitors from around the world, including the GCC region, are expected to participate.
VNU Europe extends a warm invitation to all professionals in the agricultural and horticultural sectors to join the event from 20-22 November in Abu Dhabi. Explore business networking opportunities, gain knowledge, and engage in discussions that shape the future and set new standards in agri-food production.