HNC Business Tour · Beijing 2023 | Starting a Brand Marketing Revolution in the Health Industry & Leading the Wave of Innovation
HNC Business Tour HNC Business Tour is a brand marketing conference for the health industry created by HNC by taking advantage of the exhibition platform. The organizers, CCCMHPIE and Sinoexpo Informa Markets will invite industry experts, brand company representatives and professional buyers to gather together. The Business Tour integrates top resources in the industry and focuses on hot topics such as brand marketing transformation, product category innovation, the rise of new brands, etc., centered around
Gather to Open Up a New Prospect Ride to Write a New Chapter ▼▼▼ Healthplex Expo Natural & Nutraceutical Products Shenzhen 2023 14-16 December 2023 Shenzhen World Exhibition & Convention Center In recent years, the Shenzhen government has taken the lead in the country to introduce a series of policies to promote the development of the health industry. In “Shenzhen Life and Health Industry Development Plan (2013-2020)”, it is mentioned that health food will be
“Healthplex Expo 2023, Natural & Nutraceutical Products China 2023” (HNC 2023), co-organized by CCCMHPIE and Sinoexpo Informa Markets, was successfully held from June 19th to 21st at the National Exhibition and Convention Center (NECC) in Shanghai. With a total exhibition area of 150,000 square meters, the series shows took up 6 exhibition halls in NECC, brought together more than 2,000 well-known domestic and foreign exhibitors and attracted 76,795 professional visitors, composing a grand occasion of upgrading the health industry in an all-round way.
REVIEW | 7th Forum on Foods for Special Medical PurposeTime: 14:00-16:45, June 20thLocation: Conference Room M3-03, Mezzanine, NECC (Shanghai)Organizers: CCCMHPIE / Sinoexpo Informa MarketsCo-Organizer: The Dietary Supplement Professional Committee of CCCMHPIE With the changes in China’s social structure and driven by policies, especially affected by the aging of the population and the development of nutritional departments in hospitals, foods for special medical purpose will play an increasingly important role in national health. The forum was
REVIEW | The 10th Nutraceutical Industry Development ConferenceTime: 13:30-17:00, June 19th / 10:00-12:00, June 20thLocation: Conference Room M3-03, Mezzanine, NECC (Shanghai)Organizers: CCCMHPIE / Sinoexpo Informa MarketsCo-Organizer: The Dietary Supplement Professional Committee of CCCMHPIE China is active in the global nutrition and health industry, both as the main producer and supplier of raw materials and as one of the consumer markets with the greatest potential for industrial development. Facing new opportunities and challenges, the forum successfully
The forum focused on the relationship between low-GI, whole-grain and plant-based food and human health, development status, regulations and standards, testing and certification, application of signs, innovative R & D, etc. for sharing and communicating.
From life stage to lifestyle, health and wellness goals are specific to each individual. When navigating wellness-supporting product choices, consumers are increasingly looking for options that support their well-being and, as such, they’re moving away from “one-size-fits-all” strategies. Vaughn DuBow, Global Director of Marketing, Microbiome Solutions at ADM, reports. This desire for personalised support comes at a time when more consumers (64% globally) are taking a proactive approach to wellness. Concurrently, consumers are increasingly realising
Market research discovers increased rates in healthy ageing supplements, invoking the need for ingredient regulations to guarantee product safety and efficacy. Asia and Europe are home to some of the world’s oldest populations countries. With the median population age continuing to increase across EU Member States, and more than one-fifth of the population aged 65 or above, recent trends indicate consumers are focused on improving overall health and wellness by adopting alternative, holistic approaches to
An Air China plane takes off from Beijing Daxing International Airport. [Photo by Zou Hong/chinadaily.com.cn] BEIJING – Starting from April 29, airlines will no longer check COVID test reports of inbound passengers taken before boarding, Chinese Foreign Ministry Spokeswoman Mao Ning said on Tuesday. To help facilitate personnel exchanges between China and foreign countries, Mao said China will further optimize the arrangements for remote COVID-19 testing in a scientific, precise, safe, and orderly manner. From
Time: 12 Dec 2019, 10:00-17:00 Venue: Conference Room A, B1Hall Organizer: Health Care Food Profession Association of Guangdong Province, Sinoexpo Informa Markets “Wisdom Integration, Healthy Future” — World New Retail Leaders Summit 3.0, the conference aims to build a resource aggregation platform for Chinese enterprises in new economy and new technology, to become a link bridge for cooperation of all parties, including enterprise projects, channels and social media. Make joint efforts to create a new