Bakers Journal

Change of date for virtual bakery trade show

July 28, 2009
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


Marketing Ideas

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
the Simple Way to Produce this Delectable Treat

Biagio Settepani


Don’t Leave Money on the Table: A Baker’s Dozen of Fatal
Mistake that Business Owners Make When Selling Their Business

Carson Porter


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,
online show:

  • Eliminates
    travel expenses. All that is needed to attend is a broadband Internet
    connection and latest version of Adobe Flash.

  • Everyone
    can attend. The show requires no time away from the office and will be
    available around the clock for 60 days.

  • More
    education. Visitors can attend every educational session of interest and
    will have the opportunity to download supplemental documentation and

  • Bridge
    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.

  • No
    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
Those who wish to attend can do so for free and register through the same website.

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