EXPO 2015

We are now accepting registrations for companies wishing to exhibit at our 2017 expo! Please note the fee for exhibiting has increased to $1950 USD. To make payment we accept wire transfer or credit cards. Those wishing to use a credit card please click here for our credit card authorization forms

Expo 2015 will be an extraordinary universal event displaying tradition, creativity and innovation with a special focus on food and health. This event will bring together many themes that have already been handled in the past, and set them out anew in light of new global possibilities whose common core is the idea that everyone on the planet should have access to food that is healthy, safe and sufficient. Key themes will cover
  • Improving food quality and security: the security of having enough food to live on, and an assurance that the food is healthy and the water drinkable;
  • Ensuring healthy and high-quality nutrition for all human beings, doing away with the hunger, drought, infantile mortality, and malnutrition that still afflict 850 million people on this planet, and extirpating famine and pandemic disease;
  • Preventing the new epidemics and diseases of our time, including obesity, cardiovascular disease, and cancer, by championing practices that have proven to be effective;
  • Promoting innovation in research, technology, and business practices along the entire food supply chain to improve the nutritional value, conservation, and distribution of foods;
  • Enhancing the value of cultural and ethnic heritage as expressed in culinary traditions. We fell that Proteomics can and will contribute to the development of all these topics, therefore the possibility of hosting the EuPA Congress may represent the climax event during the EXPO2015 not only for sharing knowledge between scientists but also to open to the large public the impact of our discipline in the challenges of this century.
The Expo is a non-commercial Universal Exposition (not a trade fair) organized by the nation which wins the candidature, with other countries participating through the diplomatic channels of the hosting nation. The first Expo was held in London in 1851 and was such a success that other nations were encouraged to organize similar events like the Paris Expo in 1889 for which the Eiffel Tower was designed and built. Each Expo has a universal theme and is held in an area which has been masterminded as a place of exchange and encounter to promote a unique experience for participants and visitors who discover and experiment with the theme. More than displaying major technological novelties the Expo’s role is oriented towards interpreting the collective challenges to which mankind is asked to respond. The international organization which regulates the frequency, quality and progress of the event is the Bureau International des Expositions (BIE) set up under an international convention which was signed in Paris in 1928. Currently some 157 nations are BIE members

Acting at different points along the entire food supply chain from farm to table, public institutions, private firms, charitable associations, NGOs, and consumer and producer representatives all play a role in promoting the development of the world’s food-related economic and social systems.

Expo 2015 - the frontiers of science and technology:
  1. the preservation of biodiversity, protecting the environment as agriculture’s ecosystem, safeguarding food quality, safety, and reliability, and educating people in nutrition for health and personal well-being;
  2. identifying the best tools for monitoring, control, and innovation so as to ensure the availability of healthy and sustainable lives;
  3. securing new dependable sources of food in parts of the world afflicted by famines, where agriculture is under-developed or threatened by deforestation, desertification, or drought, or where inland and marine fish stocks are dwindling.

Expo 2015: a world of opportunities for promotion and communication
Expo 2015 offers a great communication and promotion venue:
  1. to make the most of innovation and production technologies that generate a wise relationship between food and healthcare;
  2. to do business in healthcare improving the communication between innovators and the consumer;
  3. to guarantee new vision to improve the quality and the activeness of life.


More informations are avaible soon.