Dairy is the main source of livelihood for about 58% of India’s population. The Indian food industry is poised for huge growth, increasing its contribution to the world food trade every year due to its immense potential for value addition, particularly within the food processing industry. The Indian food processing industry accounts for 32% of the country’s total food market, one of the largest industries in India, and is ranked fifth in terms of production, consumption, export, and expected growth. It contributes around 8.80% and 8.39% of Gross Value Added (GVA) in Manufacturing and Agriculture respectively, 13% of India’s exports and 6% of total industrial investment. In 2018-19, the Government of India is targeting foodgrain production of 285.2 million tonnes. India is the second-largest fruit producer in the world. Production of horticulture crops is estimated at a record 314.7 million tonnes (mt) in 2018-19 as per third advance estimates. In FY2019 agriculture exports were US$ 38.54 billion. India is also the largest producer, consumer, and exporter of spices and spice products.
India has been the leading producer and consumer of dairy products worldwide since 1998 with a sustained growth. Dairy activities form an essential part of the rural Indian economy, serving as an important source of employment and income. Nearly all of the dairy produce in India is consumed domestically, with the majority of it being sold as fluid milk. On account of this, the Indian dairy industry holds tremendous potential for value-addition and overall development. The dairy market in India had reached a value of INR 9,168 billion in 2018. Along with offering profitable business opportunities, the dairy industry in India serves as a tool of socio-economic development. Keeping this in view, the Government of India has introduced various schemes and initiatives aimed at the development of the dairy sector. The private participation has also increased over the past few years. Both national and international players are entering the dairy industry attracted by the size and potential of the Indian market.
Media Today Group is among one of the India's Leading Agro Trade Event Organiser and Publications House. Media Today Group is pioneer in organizing specialised trade exhibitions on Food, Hospitality, Agriculture, Horticulture, Dairy, Grains, Floriculture, Landscape, Nursery, Cold Chain Industry including food and commodities conferences, workshops, etc. with the active support, and valued guidance from different Ministries and Departments like Ministry of Agriculture and Farmers Welfare (Govt. of India), Mission for Integrated Devolvement of Horticulture (MIDH), NHB, Ministry of Food Processing Industries (Govt. of India), APEDA, (Ministry of Commerce & Industry), National Agricultural Cooperative Marketing Federation of India (NAFED), Coffee Board, Tea Board, National Mission on Micro Irrigation, NCPAH, Food Processing & Packaging Machinery Industry Association and all State Govt. Departments. Since 1996, Media Today Group is backed by dedicated team of professionals, technocrats and marketing experts with over a decade of experience in publishing and conducting Exhibitions, Conferences, Workshops, Training Programmes right from Planning to Execution. Media Today Group publishes prestigious magazines like Floriculture Today, AgriBusiness & Food Industry, Oils & Fats Today, Newspaper like AGRITECH INDIA and Directories like APEDA Exporters Directory, Food Processing Industry & Trade Directory, Roller Flour Mills & Allied Industries Directory, Floriculture, Nursery & Landscape Industry Directory. Media Today Group participates in all major National and International Exhibitions related to Agriculture, Food Processing, Technologies, Floriculture & Horticulture held at major centers like Holland, Japan, Germany, France, Italy, South Africa, Russia, Singapore, China, Saudi Arab, Nepal, Sri Lanka, etc. The Group has a strong marketing network spread over all major business destinations like New Delhi, Bombay, Pune, Coimbatore with Marketing Associates in China, Turkey, Thailand, Taiwan and Russia.
All requests have to be made in writing and form should be submitted with the Company seal and signature. The stall booking is subject to receive 100% payment in advance. If exhibitor is paying 50% payment as booking amount or advance, the organizer will hold the space till 10th July 2023. The stall booking can not be confirmed until the exhibitor should pay 100% payment on or before 3 months from the event date. lf balance payment is not made by 10th July 2023, organiser reserve right to cancel booking, with no refund of advance payment. Every effort will be made to meet your requests. This will however not be recognized as a condition for participation. Only the agreed exhibits may be displayed. Exhibits may be removed subject to permission from the organisers. The Organisers will not be responsible for any damages, in case of the application being signed by a third party (e.g. representative). The exhibitors are requested to insure all their exhibits, before getting them to the Venue.
The space (Shell Scheme) will be allotted on 24th August 2023 after 01:00 p.m. The space (Bare Scheme) will be allotted on 23rd August 2023 after 11.00.a.m.The stalls should be vacated by 9p.m.on27th August 2023. Exhibitors must occupy the space allotted not later than 8.00 a.m. on 25th August 2023 or else the organisers reserve the right to re-allot the stall to other company. The Organisers reserve the right, to reallocate or resize spaces under special circumstances. The organisers also reserve the right to cancel booking approved on basis of misleading or false information, or if the requirements of participation (rental charges are not received in full at the mentioned dates prior to the event) are no longer met by the applicant. The exhibitors should accept that changes might take place in the other stands at the beginning of event. No claims for damages by either party would be entertained. Under 9 sqm. shell scheme stall, fascia board with company name, one table, two chairs, three spot lights, registration fee, electric point, carpet and company entry in the official show catalogue. Under bare scheme/ Open to Sky Bare Space only electric connection willbe provided. Other structure and furniture has to be arranged by participants themselves or through official vendor. The exhibitors are responsible for the setting up of their structure, it’s maintenance during the event and the dismantling after the event. The height of stand and decoration materials should not exceed 3.00 mtrs. and all the designs should be approved by the organizer on or before one month of the exhibition. All the vendors have to be approved by the organizer as per the security guidelines of Indian exhibition Industry Association. Music systems and special lights used inside a stand should not cause inconvenience or annoyance to other exhibitors or visitors. Any complaint received will result in termination of such display. Exhibits must be positioned / displayed / demonstrated such that they will not intrude into the pathway / public space or cause hazard to visitors / other Exhibitors. Any exhibit or process, which generates noxious or toxic fumes, or smoke of any kind, is strictly prohibited. Also no fuel or inflammable material is allowed in the exhibition premises. All stand designs are expected to be ready on the first day of the exhibition, four hours before the inaugural time. Also dismantling of the displays will not be allowed before the closing time on the last day of the exhibition. Exhibitors are only permitted to distribute brochures or other advertising material from within their own stand. The display, distribution or presentation in any form outside the demarcated area is prohibited.
Advertising of all kinds is permitted but only within the stand hired by the exhibitor, on behalf of the exhibitor’s own company and only for exhibits manufactured or distributed by exhibiting firm.
Entry to the fair grounds is not permitted without the exhibitor’s badges.
Exhibitors are requested to note that they would require a Gate pass for security purposes, in case they wish to take any exhibits / items out of the fair grounds. The Gate pass would be available on written request at the office. A final Gate pass would be needed on last day for the exhibitors to move out of the fair grounds.
The prefabricated stall holders should get their electrical works done from the electrical contractor appointed by the organisers only. If the exhibitors are getting own generator sets & electricians, should they seek the prior permission of the organisers. Requisitions for Extra Power Connection and Power Required (KW) should be made on or before 27th August 2023. Details about your electrical load consumption have to be informed well in advance and exhibitor should pay the extra electricity charges as applicable.
The general cleaning of the venue is the responsibility of the organiser. Cleaning of individual stalls & exhibits is the responsibility of the exhibitors. Such cleaning should be done everyday prior to the opening of the event.
In case of withdrawn / cancellation by the exhibitor, the organiser reserve the rights of no refund as per the following conditions :
Cancellation before 6 months of the exhibition – 25% of the charges.
Cancellation before 4 months of the exhibition – 50% of the charges.
Cancellation before 3 months of the exhibition – 75% of the charges.
Cancellation within 1 month of the exhibition – 100% of the charges (No Refund).
In case of cancellation or postponement of the exhibition caused by natural calamities (act of God), or fire or rain, Governments instructions and/or any other reasons the amount given by the exhibitors, will be adjusted in the next event, however if the organizers cancel the exhibition then confirm exhibitors will get 100% refund without any interest. The applicable GST amount will not be refunded.
In addition to any rights or reservations already specified, the organizers reserve the following rights: The information, terms & conditions in this catalogue/page are subject to alteration or deletion or alteration the organisers will keep the exhibitors informed. All matters in connection with the exhibition not provided for by these terms & conditions, shall be settled or determined by the organizers, whose decision in relation thereon shall be final. For event that has already commenced if the Organisers are compelled to cancel or shorten an event that has already begun, as a result of unprecedented circumstances, exhibitors are not entitled to assert claims for repayment or exemption from the stand rental charges.