Change of date for virtual bakery trade show
By Bakers Journal
By Bakers Journal
July 28, 2009, INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. – The baking industry’s first online trade
show, eBakery-Show International 2009, will move its opening date from Aug. 1
to Wednesday, Sept. 16.
According to Matt D’Agostino CMB this date moves the show closer to other baking
industry shows in October. “In addition to all the benefits of the
virtual show, the eBakery-Show will serve as a “launching” ground for new
products and ideas for those shows and motivate attendees to attend and
participate in those live events,” D’Agostino said. The eBakery-Show will now
run until Nov. 14.
eBakery-Show International will kick-off its opening day
with six webinars scheduled between 9 a.m. and 6 p.m. EDT. Dubbed “Super Seminar
Day,” the lineup includes:
Trends in 2009 and Beyond
Heather Henstock, Editor, Modern Baking
Pillsbury Bakery Institute
Fall & Winter Wedding Cake Decorating
Cheryl Sherman, Ambrosia Bakery, Baton Rouge Louisiana
Gelato 101: How to Increase Your Sales, Where to Start and
Don’t Leave Money on the Table: A Baker’s Dozen of Fatal
How to Turn an Idea into a National Business
Francine Greene, Cakes Across America
eBakery-Show International 2009 eliminates many of the
hurdles for those who exhibit as well as attend trade shows. This virtual,
travel expenses. All that is needed to attend is a broadband Internet
connection and latest version of Adobe Flash.
can attend. The show requires no time away from the office and will be
available around the clock for 60 days.
education. Visitors can attend every educational session of interest and
will have the opportunity to download supplemental documentation and
the generation gap. The show offers bakers of all ages – from those just
starting out to seasoned professionals – efficient opportunities for
networking by using widely available technology.
carbon footprint. EBakery-Show International 2009 is 100 per cent green, eliminating
the carbon footprint of traditional tradeshows. The show will offset
already low carbon emissions by purchasing credits with a portion of every
booth and admission fee.
Those interested in learning more about how to exhibit
eBakery-Show International 2009 can visit www.ebakeryshowinfo.com.
Those who wish to attend can do so for free and register through the same website.