Gulfood show: 4 useful tips + Free BI Report from Brazil Exports

Are you attending the Gulfood Trade Show this year? As part of our mission of aiding you Grow your Business, here are 4 useful tips from UBI Beef Inspection to help you make the most of the fair:

1 – Let everyone know you’ll be there well in advance. Therefore invite your potential buyers and set up appointments to make the most of your time at the event.

2 – As simple as it sounds, many people forget about the basics like Business Cards, Merchandising or Brochures.  More and more people are asking us for the UBI Beef Inspection Brochure and UBI Sample Audit Report so they can show to their customers and suppliers they have an outsourced Quality Meat Control department.

3 – Take advantage of opportunities outside of the show grounds. Sometimes, contacts are not made in the exhibition hall; they’re made outside of show hours at a reception, or on the plane flying back.

4- Have you researched about Dubai’s main trading partners? Having access to Foreign Trade Data directly from National Customs helps to open new doors with new prospects and suppliers. Especially relevant is this FREE BI report of Brazil POULTRY Exports.


At UBI Beef Inspection we are committed to customer success. Our mission is to help you Grow Your Business by reducing the risk of claims and improving your service.

We look forward to working together and becoming your outsourced Quality Meat Control Department, helping you reduce the risk of claims and improve your relationship with suppliers today!

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Every month the team at UBI Beef Inspection publishes industry insights covering key items Meat professionals need to be aware of to stay ahead. Moreover, as a bonus for referring a new customer interested in an affordable Quality Meat Control, we provide a FREE BI report of your industry!

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