ProWine Singapore postponed
Rupert Millar - Source: www.thedrinksbusiness.com
ProWine Singapore, due to be held this March, has been postponed it has been announced due to concern over Covid-19 (coronavirus).
Informa markets the organisers of the FHA-Food & Beverage show in Singapore, which the ProWine event is held alongside, has said that with the latest developments of the Covid-19 virus the event was being pushed back to a later date for health reasons.
Martyn Cox, event director, Hospitality, Food & Beverage - Singapore for Informa Markets, said: "The safety and well-being of our exhibitors, event attendees and staff is our top priority. There has been signs of community spread and local authorities have issued advisories t avoid large crowds, as a result we expect event attendance to be affected. With these concerns in mind, we have made the decision to postpone FHA-Food & Beverage and ProWine Asia 2020 in Singapore.
Beattrice J. Ho, project director, ProWine Asia (Singapore), Messe Düsseldorf Asia, added: "We would also like to take this opportunity to thank all exhibitors and partners for supporting the exhibitions and are committed to working towards the best possible outcome. We are working actively with all partners to find a suitable alternative date."
New dates will be announced shortly.
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