The 18th Tehran International Exhibition of Cookies and Chocolate Will be held on 13 to 16 Sep, 2019 at the Tehran International Exhibition of Iran.
The 18th Tehran International Exhibition of Cookies and Chocolate Will be held on 15 to 18 Sep, 2018 at the Tehran International Exhibition of Iran.
Tehran Cookies and Chocolate Exhibition is Iran’s leading event in Cookies and Chocolate industry. The exhibition will count on the unconditional support of The Iran Cookie and Chocolate Association . This exhibition was held for the first time in 2002 covering an exhibition area of approximately 3000 m2 and this year it is going be held for a new successive edition in 33000 m2 area.
Tehran Cookies and Chocolate Exhibition would be the best hub for the regional and global professionals gathering the national market leaders and the whole supplying chain in this industry.
Tehran Cookies and Chocolate Exhibition will provide the best opportunity for both exhibitors and visitors to build up new partnerships, network with the market leaders, find the latest and most innovative products and services, evaluate the Iranian cookies and chocolate market, find the essential needs of the end users, and more interesting advantages to satisfy individual needs.
This exhibition is the greatest and the only professional event of Middle East in pastry and chocolate area and is professionally organized in three main parts of this industry: product, raw material and machineries.
Visitors from all over the world including Southeast Asia, Europe, Middle East …
Exhibitors from all over the world participate in three mentioned sectors of this exhibition as domestic and foreign producers and importers.Why Iran?
We would like to take an opportunity and introduce Iran as one of the best growing markets from economic and geographical point of view .compared to most oil-rich countries in the Middle East; Iran has a diversified economy with a unique situation at the heart of a cross-road connecting Middle East, Asia and Europe.
The consumer-oriented sectors widely count on large (nearly 80 million) young (more than 60% under 30 years old) and urbanized (more than 70%) population to be loyal customers in the future. This large mostly middle class young population has maintained a strong preference for foreign-made products despite restrictions due to US sanctions.
The country is also rich in natural resources providing a quick access to raw materials Lifting of nuclear –related sanctions has finally removed the pressure on the country’s economy also paved the way for all business people and companies across the world to enter and invest in Iran’s productive market.
For those who willing to gain a quote of this market, finding a way in would sound difficult, but here is the solution to it; each year Iran hosts lots of leading international trade fairs and events providing the opportunity of finding a new audience and right local partners, spending more personal time with the possible customers, networking and building relationships so cost-effectively.