ENOLIEXPO 2019 – Institutional Conferences Program
21 November 2018

ENOLIEXPO – 21st, 22nd and 23rd February 2019

ENOLIEXPO – 21st, 22nd and 23rd February 2019

We are pleased to announce that the fourth edition of ENOLIEXPO will be held at the Nuova Fiera del Levante in Bari on the 21st, 22nd and 23rd February 2019

After three editions in central Italy that have appointed ENOLIEXPO as a national reference event for olive growing and olive oil industry, gathering an increasing number of exhibitors and visitors, the choice of the county seat of Puglia was inevitable not only to increase the exhibition area, but also to fully dive into the region which alone holds almost half of the olive oil production in Italy and is adjacent to other regions geared to extra virgin olive oil.

ENOLIEXPO is a fair dedicated by definition also to vitiviniculture and oenology, a segment that sees Puglia hold a 14% market share and southern Italy generally more oriented towards innovation and development.

An event able to embrace the entire olive and wine production chain, proposing the latest news on machinery, equipment, technologies, products and services for the agronomic activity and the management of olive groves and vineyards, for the transformation process in the mill or cellar and in the bottling and marketing activities.

Combining a rich exhibition area also with a qualified conference activity, with professional courses, meetings and seminars is particularly effective in terms of public response, taking into account that the most authoritative national representatives of the conference are speakers at ENOLIEXPO sector, representatives of research institutions and universities, selected by a specific scientific committee.

The full involvement of the institutions, trade associations and of the Protection Consortia contributes to making ENOLIEXPO an inclusive and participatory container experienced by all the most important players in the olive oil and wine market.

ENOLIEXPO is a national fair open to foreign markets, especially in the Mediterranean. Through synergies with the ICE and the Chambers of Commerce of the countries bordering the Adriatic Sea, incoming activities have been further improved to bring foreign operators to know last news on machineries, technologies and services for olive oil and wine production, fostering relations and commercial exchanges.