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The CFIA (French Agri-Food Industry Supplier Traded Fair) re-opened its door in Rennes this June, after the cancellation of the event in 2020. This leading event for the food-production industry was the first trade fair to be held in Europe since the start of the health crisis... and it is a GL events trade fair!

06/06/2021 - JOURNALISTS FROM OUEST FRANCE WERE AT THE RENNES EXHIBITION CENTRE FOR THE LAUNCH OF THE CFIA

People have a real desire to see major events return. And to mark the resumption of the events business, journalists from the Ouest France newspaper came to see the CFIA trade fair being installed and assembled.

Read the article by Ouest France

 

08/06/2021 - FRANCE 3 ANNOUNCES THE "FIRST POST-COVID TRADE FAIR"

The health protocol implemented in collaboration with the Regional Health Authority enabled GL events to bring together nearly 1,300 exhibitors and 15,000 visitors.

Read the France 3 article

 

 

 

 

 

08/06/2021 - SÉBASTIEN GILLET WAS ON BFM TV

The Director of the CFIA spoke about the challenge taken up by GL events and thanked the food industry for standing strong during the health crisis. He spoke about the quality of the relationships and contacts created at trade fairs and how every sector of business needed to be able to get together for this type of event once again.

 

 

09/06/2021 - TF1 UNDERLINES THE EXCEPTIONAL ORGANISATION

Busy aisles, stands, demonstrations, and more. No, you are not dreaming! The event industry is back! Watch the report on TF1

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09/06/2021 - FRANCE 2 ANNOUNCES THE REOPENING OF SHOWS AND FAIRS WITH THE CFIA

With a maximum of 5,000 people (50% of the venue's capacity) and the implementation of a "health passport", the CFIA took place in total compliance with the health regulations in force.

Watch the France 2 report (at 5'43)

 

 

10/06/2021 - EMBALLAGE DIGEST NOTES THE PRESENCE OF THE NATIONAL PRESS AT THE CFIA

The spotlight was on the first exhibition to open its doors since the start of the health crisis.

Read the Emballage Digest article