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SME Times News Bureau | 10 Jul, 2020

With the COVID-19 crisis hitting the global supply chain of essential items, amid other products, India's largest B2B Marketplace, tradeindia.com will organize the first-of-its-kind virtual expo 'COVID - 19 Essentials Expo India' during August 5-7, 2020.

'COVID - 19 Essentials Expo India', to be held from Aug 5 to August 7, 2020 (3 days) from 11 AM to 7PM, will showcase a whole range of products, such as Medical Equipment, Common Medicines & Drugs, Temperature Instruments, Disposable Gloves, Soap & Hand Wash, Personal Safety Equipment, etc.

"Amid this health pandemic, the whole world lacks a consistent supply rate of essentials such as masks, food, beverage, packaging solutions, machinery, medicines, personal care, and much more. By registering with our COVID-19 Essentials Expo India, the potential companies can pace up with the global demands and make marketing strategies in no-time," tradeindia.com said.

On our Virtual Trade fair-COVID-19, the companies can extend the life-span of their exhibition and reach the International markets. Flexibility and vast reach are provided to the registered partners to effectively host their digital show to showcase their products alongside enriched content layouts. It also permits candidates to explore and access other offerings in the convenience of homes, it added.

As Virtual Trade is a new concept in the e-commerce industry, tradeindia.com will also organize Webinars and Digital Sessions in which every query is addressed, and specific business topics are elaborated for easy integration into existing business practices.

When the companies, manufacturers, exporters, or attendees register themselves with the fair, tradeindia.com will provide them customized solutions followed by clear and detailed interaction.

In these sessions, our organizers and presenters will discuss the working and benefits of such virtual trade during the world crisis, the leading B2B platform stated.

Tradeindia.com said that in the initial start of the COVID-19 crisis, the turnover of almost every industry around the world significantly dropped, economies around the world suffered, and the Virtual Trade Fair by TradeIndia is kicking off to a promising start.

'COVID - 19 Essentials Expo India' will ensure zero physical contact and will massively help the industries balance the incurred loss.

Interested buyers, sellers, traders, exporters, importers, etc, are invited to join the unprecedented trade event by registering on the page http://tradeshows.tradeindia.com/covidessentialsexpo/

 
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