International Cheese & Dairy Awards announces near-full capacity and alternative dates for 2021 event
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The International Cheese & Dairy Awards 2021 is nearly at trade space capacity for its 1-3 July event. However, it is also planning to move the international cheese and dairy exhibition to a later date in October, should Covid-19 restrictions cause issues with having it in July. This latter annoucement will be made in early March.
As for the trade space, “This is a great position, but we don’t want to let down any past exhibitors or companies who would like to be involved with the event. We have a series of options available including space only, shell scheme, market stall or bespoke stand. We also now have stand design and build in-house and this is proving cost-effective for space only exhibitors,” says Debbie Stewart of the ICDA.
The new October dates for ICDA are 21-23 October at the same site, but “the team are working hard at the moment and still intend to put on the event in July 2021,” notes Ian Luxton, chairman of the ICDA.
If stand space is booked and restrictions mean the awards are unable to have an event in 2021, exhibitors will have the option of a full refund or to carry the cost over to 2022 and the 2021 prices will be held, the organisers say. For further information, download the trade form from the website or contact [email protected] or [email protected] who will be able to help.