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THAIFEX – ANUGA ASIA 2020 The Hybrid Edition Tradeshow Combines Both Offline and Online Elements in Response to New Normal Lifestyle

BANGKOK, Sept. 21, 2020 /PRNewswire/ — The Department of International Trade Promotion (DITP), the Thai Chamber of Commerce (TCC) and Koelnmesse proceed to organize THAIFEX-ANUGA ASIA 2020 under the concept of “Eat Responsibly” to showcase the potential of Thai business operators. The exhibition not only presents the food and beverage innovation that captures the latest trends in modern consumption but also focuses on the taste or the benefits of food and the responsible consumption. The exhibition showcases the origin of the ingredients, processes and health consciousness through 8 categories of exhibitions, namely, Future Food, Free From Food, Food Ingredients, Asia’s Herb to the World, New Protein Source, Thailand Trust Mark, Style Bangkok Showcase and Halal to the World.

Combining 2 platforms for participants to select at their best convenience

The THAIFEX-ANUGA ASIA2020 will be the first hybrid tradeshow that combines both offline and online experiences as follows:

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    Facebook combines Messenger and Instagram chats in new app for small businesses

    Facebook is launching a new app to let small business owners manage pages and profiles across Facebook, Messenger, and Instagram, COO Sheryl Sandberg announced in a blog post Thursday. The app, called Facebook Business Suite, will merge the back end infrastructure of the three apps so small business owners can receive messages from customers, alerts, and notifications in one unified inbox. It plans to add WhatsApp integration in the future, the company confirmed to The Verge.

    The app will also let small businesses post to Facebook and Instagram at the same time and provide insights about how ad campaigns are performing on the platforms. Much of this cross-posting functionality already is available for admins of Instagram business accounts linked to Facebook Pages

    Integrating its services has been on Facebook’s to-do list for a while; last year, The New York Times reported the company was planning to combine the messaging

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