London, United Kingdom – The Philippines participated at the Natural and Organic Products Europe on 2-3 April at ExCel London. NOPE is the the biggest natural products show in the UK and the number one organic event in the EU.
The Philippine Pavilion will showcase the best of the island’s naturally-grown and organically-certified products. Under the industry banner Food Philippines, new products from coconut, indigenous herbs and heirloom rice from the Philippines were included in the exhibition (more…)
The Philippine exhibition for AMBIENTE 2017 in Frankfurt, Germany promises to be a strong and intriguing show. Presented by Center for International Trade Expositions and Mission (CITEM) through its industry brand, Lifestyle Philippines, the Philippine Pavilion in AMBIENTE pays homage to the unseen hands that have heroically preserved the country’s artisanal traditions despite the threats of modernity, competition and global disruptions.
14 companies from 7 regions around the country will take part in this poignant paean. In splendid collections for home interiors and decor, the participants exploit a wide range of materials such as hard wood, shell, plant fibers, carabao horn, bone and metals, as well as diverse techniques to illuminate the Filipino artisan’s virtuosity. (more…)
Join the International Food Exhibition (IFEX) Philippines 2017 on 19-21 May at the World Trade Centre and the Philippine Trade Training Center in Manila, Philippines
The IFEX Philippines: Asia’s Ethnic Food and Ingredients Show is the country’s biggest international trade exhibition for food products. It features specialty food, processed tropical fruits, vegetables, seafood, beverages, bakery and confectionery products, meat and poultry, Halal-certified products, as well as natural, organic, and healthy options. (more…)
London, United Kingdom – DOT Secretary Wanda Corazon Teo led a delegation to London to promote the Philippines at the World Travel Market at ExCeL London on 7-9 November 2016. The delegation included Senator Maria Lourdes ‘Nancy’ Binay, chair of the Senate Committee on Tourism and Congresswoman Lucy Torres-Gomez, chair of the House of Representatives Committee on Tourim, as well as other Filipino lawmakers who oversee government’s support for the Philippine tourism industry.