The final touch of Innovar 2023 is sealed by very auspicious results regarding the number of participants and the possibility of real business concretion between exhibitors and producers interested in the latest technology for their rural establishment. With this, the motto “We move the field” was embodied in reality, at the discretion of the Union of Agricultural Companies (UEA), organizer of the fair, which in its fifth edition once again showed the best of agriculture, waiting for the next, which will be from March 19 to 22, 2024.
“For the UEA, this is a pivotal edition of Innovar, because it taught us a lot in terms of organization and for having received almost 25,000 visitorswhich constitutes a challenging job and a challenge to improve a lot every year”, highlighted .
At the time of mentioning that many foreign participants praised the fair, he said that there are months of preparation to achieve in the event a synergy between the exhibitor -who sets up his stand and exhibits his product and services- and the producer who came to close deals.
The desire of the UEA is to show a positive Paraguay, in a year of significant harvest and in such an important electoral environment for the country. Gómez maintained that they are still moving towards an international fair format, with attractive figures, such as the participation of 253 exhibitors and 640 brands.
Added to the above is the rethinking of spaces, since the organization received some 20 national and international firms who requested a place to also participate in Innovar 2024.
The organization also thinks -according to the general manager- in the creation of a business pavilion, since there are chambers of commerce, consulates and industrial sectors that yearn for support in the next edition.
ECONOMIC BENEFIT FOR YGUAZÚ
The great socioeconomic impact that the fair leaves in the community of Colonia Yguazú is very significant, since -as expressed by the municipal mayor of the town, Mauro Kawano- hotels, supermarkets, service stations and other items received the benefit that impacts the economic environment of the city.
“We are pleased to have hosted the event; It is very pleasing, because the proceeds also go to the Yata’i community, with some 90 families who really need it,” said the community chief.
ABOUT THE UEA
The Union of Agricultural Companies (UEA) is made up of more than 50 leading companies in the sector, which includes important national industries, importers, service providers and suppliers of the agricultural sector.
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