Six companies share their experience of participating at WTCE to demonstrate how events can help brands gain valuable insights into new distribution channels and leverage opportunities they may otherwise have missed.
Brands fly high at WTCE
Montezuma's enters a whole new industry sector
Montezuma’s is an award winning chocolate company currently stocked at Liberty’s, Waitrose, John Lewis and Selfridges, and has opened its door to a whole new industry sector after exhibiting with us in 2015.
Gastro Culinary Innovation celebrates soaring sales
Airline food is having a renaissance. Gone are the days of dry chicken or watery scrambled eggs, and in their place comes a delicious selection of tasty restaurant-quality meals that are pleasing to the palette, easy on the eye and gastronomically on trend.
Crantock achieves run-way success
Crantock is an award-winning manufacturer that supplies food products to customers ranging from blue chip clients to niche consumers. It prides itself on developing chef-driven products and using quality ingredients that are carefully sourced through supply chain partnerships.
FBV takes the fast-track to success
Fulfilling Brand Value (FBV) is a unique sales consultancy that helps increase its clients’ market share. The company decided to exhibit at WTCE to increase exposure and awareness of FBV and the brands that sit within its portfolio, as well as enhance relationships with existing trade partners and build new ones.
Hydra Active takes smooth route into airline industry
Pyjamas which claim to moisturise you while you sleep? It almost sounds too good to be true. But London-based business Matrix APA has come up with a product that does just that. And unsurprisingly, the unique company is celebrating its most successful year ever, thanks to its debut appearance in 2015.
Propercorn flies high
To say Propercorn, the natural, healthy popcorn brand has experienced a whirlwind few years would be an understatement. Since launching in late 2011, the company has secured 3,500 stockists for its hand-popped snacks and has sold more than 13 million packs in the last 18 months.