Tom Blacker sent us an update from the three-day event:
The show has been a very good success. Today was a student day and they were amongst agribusiness professionals throughout the halls of the Kuala Lumpur Convention Centre.
Yesterday, the chairman of UBM (show organisers), the director general of the department of Vetinary Science and the Malaysian minister for agriculture spoke at the opening ceremony. There is lots of interest from the region in challenges and potential of Malaysian livestock, feed and technology.
According to the event organisers, visitor numbers are rising by 15 percent event on event. Most visitors are from Malaysia and southeast Asia.
Our stand is in the UK pavilion and have had a great meeting new and loyal readers alike. The demand is insatiable for our feed focuses, species specific features and people pages.
If you have not been able to pick up a copy of the magazine at the show and would like a free issue please contact Tuti at firstname.lastname@example.org.
On the business side of thing, Tuti and I have met companies from all sectors - manufacturing, health, feed and nutrient processing, storage and more. New advertisers have agreed deals with us and we are positive of the outcome from more of the exhibitors.
Livestock Asia has met expectations for us, and we welcome your comments and views headed of the third and final day tomorrow.
Our stand is located at the UK pavilion in Hall 4, stand E405.
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