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Euromonitor Speaking at London Wine Fair 2014

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LIWF_2014 Logo Fine_72dpi_RGB_colour on whiteDate:  Monday, June 2nd, 2014

Location:  Olympia, London

Conference: Euromonitor International is pleased to be speaking at the London Wine Fair as the fair returns to London's Kensington Olympia from the 2 - 4 June.

This year London Wine Fair will feature over 500 exhibitors, including a return to the Fair of the country's largest 20 importers and distributors, and over 55 of the UK's smallest and most niche importers who are taking part for the very first time - plus the opportunity for visitors to take part in industry seminars and tastings.


Spiros_MalandrakisSpeaker: Spiros Malandrakis, Senior Alcoholic Drinks Analyst

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Title: ‘Wine: Resilient, Advancing and Evolving’

Description: The global wine industry remains resilient to macroeconomic volatility, focused on its historic Western European bastion and driven by a rising wave of red still light grape varietals pouring into China. Facing extensive fragmentation constraints and lacking the clout of truly global brands, the category is going through a transformative period as post-boomer drinking habits bring radical innovation to the fore.’

For more information, please visit http://2014.londonwinefair.com/zone/Timetable

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