OENOTELIA 2021: New dates and physical and digital form

The largest wine & spirits trade show in Greece will be held in a physical and digital form from May 29 to June 1, 2021, alongside the FOOD EXPO exhibition.

The organizers of the Oenotelia trade show, which takes place alongside FOOD EXPO, aiming to ensure maximum attendance as well as commercial efficiency for both exhibitions, decided to postpone them for May 29 – June 1, 2021, and relaunch them under a new hybrid form.

Adapted to the new circumstances created by the COVID-19 pandemic, FORUM SA introduces Oenotelia Hybrid 2021, an innovative format that will blend a bricks and mortar presence with digital interaction, while establishing the best and safest conditions that will ensure commercial effectiveness and success for both exhibitors and visitors.

From May 29 to June 1, 2021, Oenotelia, the largest wine & spirits trade show in Greece, under its new hybrid version, will give the opportunity to exhibitors to showcase their products and come into contact with thousands of significant Greek and international food traders from retail, wholesale and foodservice –who will attend the exhibition either physically or digitally– and conclude significant agreements. The digital version will be achieved through the FOODEXPO B2B Platform, a custom-made online platform launched by FORUM SA, which will help Greek visitors as well as international hosted buyers discover the range and diversity of the Greek wine and gastronomy sector.

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Preparations for the bricks and mortar Oenotelia 2021 show, which will take place alongside the 7th FOOD EXPO, are underway.
Maintaining its high standards, the fair will also be upgraded in terms of safety, in line with the new special health protocols and in order to help exhibitors and visitors meet, talk and conclude agreements as always, but in a safe, protected setting.

Physical trade show

  • Larger corridors
  • Controlled visitor turnout 
  • Special safety measures
  • New participation options through turnkey stands.

Virtual trade show

  • Exhibitors featured in digital platform 
  • Business networking with wine traders 
  • One-to-one meeting via video call 
  • Opportunity to communicate during the trade fair. 

It is worth noting that though the new B2B Platform as well as the digital options provided by the hybrid version of the fair, both visitors and exhibitors will be able to network and continue to undertake their commercial activities, even if the physical trade show does not take place due to the ongoing pandemic.