VISIT VIV MEA

With more than 400 exhibiting companies from more than 40 countries, 17,500 sqm gross and 8,000 expected visitors VIV MEA 2021 has expanded into an extra hall at the Abu Dhabi National Exhibition Center. After a second edition that already exceeded expectations, this international event comes back for the 3rd time with an enriched conference program covering the latest trends in dairy, fish, poultry, eggs, cattle, calves, goat, and camels. Strongly driven by business, VIV MEA will offer more products and trade opportunities to the MENA region professionals.

VIV MEA 2021, ADNEC, Abu Dhabi – United Arab Emirates. 

“VIV MEA 2018 was a really nicely conducted event on poultry layer, broilers, medicines for their treatment, and automation systems, moreover, feed pelleting machines. Many nutritional products regarding layers, broilers and livestock were available under one roof.”
Visitor quote from post show survey.

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WELCOME TO ABU DHABI 

ACCOMODATION & VISA

Hotel bookings for VIV MEA can be made via the BTC Group. Please contact BTC Group to make hotel reservations. Find more information about your visa application here. 
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ENJOY ABU DHABI

As a business & leisure destination Abu Dhabi is not so well known yet. However, the city has developed rapidly. Here are some ideas for an enjoyable stay during your visit.
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HOW TO REACH

Abu Dhabi is a safe, affordable and relaxed destination to travel to. The ADNEC exhibition grounds are just 15 minutes away from the Abu Dhabi International Airport. Travel easily!
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VIV INDUSTRY LEADERS
Over the previous years VIV MEA has built a strong network of industry leaders from different sectors who come together at the show. VIV MEA welcomes the Industry Leaders with a dedicated program and the opportunity to network  with other top leaders in the industry.
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VIV MEA 2018 HIGHLIGHTS

Post Show Report

Held in the UAE from February 5 to 7, VIV MEA 2018 was already going to be bigger than the 2016 edition because the show had spread into a fourth hall at the Abu Dhabi National Exhibition Centre (ADNEC) to satisfy the extra demands for stands.
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