Beviale Moscow is set to move to a new venue next year. From 24- 26 March 2020, Eastern Europe’s first and only tradeshow for the beverage chain will welcome experts and visitors to the capital’s Sokolniki Exhibition and Convention Centre. The 2019 edition in February was held at the Crocus Centre.
The exhibition grounds are centrally located in the middle of one of Moscow’s major parks. Organisers Nuremberg Messe claim the change of location offers more opportunities for organisers and exhibitors.
Project Manager Thimo Holst announced some new ideas and the next step forward at the end of the event in February 2019 and now the venue move has been made official.
The event will also be rescheduled to run a month later, in March.
“For Beviale Moscow, this change of venue is an important step towards further development,” said Holst. “As organisers, we now have the opportunity to offer even more service quality and stable prices to our exhibitors.”
The tradefair will take place in Halls 4 and 4.1 at the Sokolniki Centre, which, Holst added, will allow further refining of the show concept and make it easier for exhibitors and visitors to navigate.
The new location is accessible by underground rail and also has good transport connections to trams and buses. Shuttle buses will travel regularly between the Sokolniki underground rail station and the exhibition venue during the event.
The VLB Seminar for Microbrewers, which is organised by VLB, the Berlin-based teaching and training institute for brewing, will remain a permanent feature of the event.
Organisers say wine will be another key area at the next show and will also be reflected in various events.
Subsidies are on offer from the Bavarian Ministry of Economic Affairs for Bavarian companies taking part in the Bavarian Pavilion organised in conjunction with project partners Bayern International and the Nuremberg Chamber of Commerce and Industry.
Beviale Moscow is part of the Beviale Family. BrauBeviale in Nuremberg is one of the world’s most important capital goods fairs for the beverage industry. The Beviale Family is active in about 10 countries.