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THERE has been a positive response to the new format for WineTech 2015 in Adelaide according to Wine Industry Suppliers Australia (WISA) executive officer Matthew Moate, with more than half the exhibition space already booked.

WineTech 2015 will be staged at the Adelaide Showgrounds on July 14-16.

Moate says the standalone event will include a trade exhibition and seminar and workshop program.

“WineTech 2015 will be a whole-of-industry event,” Moate says.,

“It will provide the best opportunities for decision makers in the industry to meet, see, demonstrate, test, and learn from each other,” he says.

“It will also showcase the world-class standards of products and services which support the industry, the vision and innovation of our members, and the quality of our wine for domestic and international consumption.

“Indeed, WineTech will help shape the future of an industry directly employing more than 22,000 Australians supplying a domestic market with sales totalling $2.3 billion and an export market now the fourth largest in the world by volume.”

Moate says the fact more than half the display space is booked more than a year ahead of the event is a powerful indication of interest and support for the standalone concept.

He says it will provide the best opportunities for suppliers and customers to engage directly and to compare products and services in one, expansive location.

For more information, go to www.winetechaustralia.com.auor telephone (08) 8177 1499.

Contact: Matthew Moate.

P: 61 (0)409 783 221

E: eo@wisa.org.au