As part of the new normal of 2020, for most event organisers a virtual event offers a new opportunity to jump the barrier of social distancing while still attracting a truly global audience.

Here at Jupiter we’re continuing to attend industry events, with our teams already used to a fully virtual experience thanks to the success of our own digital offering, Jupiter ONLINE which we hosted in the last week of October.

Pivoting from in-person to digital event hosting allows many event organisers to remove the logistical headache of hosting thousands of delegates physically while still connecting important decision makers from throughout the fresh produce space.

Partnership forum starts today

For the first time, the SPAR International Partnership Forum will be completely remote, broadcast via an interactive and visually rich online platform.

For the 23rd year, the Partnership Forum provides an opportunity to bring together the team at SPAR International as well as global suppliers across diverse categories. The event will see the sharing of key strategic developments with an emphasis on ‘Buying Better Together’ from the SPAR team.

Meet the Jupiter team

Our virtual stand at today’s Partnership Forum can be found in the immersive exhibition hall and allows fast and easy access to a Jupiter team member of your choosing.

Delegates are able to connect with us in real time on any chosen device through the chat and video chat function found on the platform.

If you would like to request a meeting with a Jupiter colleague please email your request through to communications@jupitermarketingltd.com

Learn more

You can find out further details of our digital attendances during 2020 as well as a Jupiter ONLINE de-brief by checking our news section on the website.

The Jupiter Group is a leader in the global fresh produce market. Ranked 17th in the 2020 The Sunday Times HSBC International Track 200, Jupiter grows and supplies new and traditional varieties of grapes and citrus alongside melons, pineapples, limes, avocados, kiwi, blueberries and cherries.

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