Exhibitor applications or how to get more for less


More and more companies are joining the circle of exhibitors at Poland's most important trade fair for the food and HoReCa sectors. It is worth hurrying and joining them as soon as possible. The most attractive conditions, i.e. lower costs and more benefits are available to exhibitors who decide to register by 30 June.

Even last year's edition of POLAGRA, organised during the pandemic, showed clearly that the food industry needs live meetings. They provide the opportunity to hold business talks, maintain contacts, conclude new agreements and contracts.

Lower costs, preferential conditions

Booking your participation in POLAGRA by the end of June 2022 guarantees to the registered exhibitors not only a promotional price for the stand. It also ensures priority in the arrangements concerning its location. It is undoubtedly an advantage, often fundamental from the point of view of maintaining relations with contractors, attracting new customers, as well as the presentation of the stand itself.

Calculations performed in the previous years show that participation costs for companies which register before the registration deadline are usually approximately 10% lower than standard costs. On top of that, it is worth adding the promotion launched well in advance through the marketing channels of the MTP Group.

After 30 June, applications will obviously be accepted, although their processing will depend on the availability of exhibition space.

This is how POLAGRA 2022 will look like

POLAGRA trade fair in Poznań is a mandatory event in the calendar of all representatives of the food industry and the HoReCa sector.

It is worth contributing to this event, with its rich exhibition comprising the Food, Foodtech and HoReCa halls remaining its backbone.

This year's edition, which will take place on 26-28 September, is full of accompanying events. These include the International Meat Meeting (a meeting of the meat industry) and the second edition of the Polagra Export Meeting, addressed to producers, exporters and institutions supporting exports of Polish food.

The rich programme will be supplemented by expert debates, training sessions for lawyers and the final of the "Masters of Taste" competition, where readers and Internet users from all over Poland select their most interesting restaurants, catering outlets and the best chefs. At the same time, the "Best of the Best" chefs in Poland will be chosen by the jury of the most important culinary competition for professionals in Poland. The Polish Culinary Cup returns at this year's edition of POLAGRA.