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Franchise Expo starts today
The Macau Franchise Expo 2011 (2011 MFE) kicks off today and it will feature 150 exhibitors and 200 booths, a significant increase of almost 30 percent over last year.
The exhibition organised by the Macau Trade and Investment Promotion Institute (IPIM) together with local and international associations will run until Sunday at the Venetian Macao. Over 40 of the exhibitors are local companies.
This year’s Macao Franchise Expo exhibitors hail from 13 different countries or regions, of which Brazil, Mexico, Vietnam and Thailand will make their debuts at the event.
Companies are engaged in a variety of industries such as food and beverage, retail, services, education, strategic planning and marketing, and consulting services.
In response to the increasing demand, the exposition’s area has been enlarged from 3,000 square metres last year to more than 5,000 square metres this year.
There are already 320 requests for the arrangement of business-matching meetings.
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