Worldbex opens Cebu Trio 2014

CEBU’S GRANDEST TRIO OPENS! Worldbex Services International, the country’s biggest trade show organizer brings you PHILBEX, Cebu Auto Show and CEFBEX as it is now open until October 12 in SM City Cebu. Admission is free. At the opening are (from left) PIID Cebu Chapter president Idr. Hermie Oplado, WSI executive director Archt. Francisco Flameno Jr., WSI managing director Jill Ang, Mandaue City Mayor Jonas Cortes, Talisay City Mayor Johnny de los Reyes, Cebu Chamber of Commerce and Industry Inc. president Ma. Teresa Chan, WSI co-founder Levi Ang, WSI chairman Joseph Ang, Cebu City Mayor Mike Rama, Cebu Vice Governor Agnes Magpale, Lapu-Lapu City Mayor Paz Radaza, Mandaue City Chamber of Commerce and Industry Inc. vice president for internal affairs Carmel Salvador

Intent on making sure that Cebu’s potential is explored exponentially, Worldbex Services International (WSI) was more than excited to launch the Cebu Trio 2014 yesterday.

It will run until Oct. 12 from 10 a.m. to 7 p.m. at SM City Cebu Trade Hall and open grounds.

An event of many firsts, it is the first time for SM City Cebu's open grounds to be converted into fully air-conditioned tents to ensure comfort for the visitors.

WSI believes that Cebu is more than ready for a world-class exposition with its equally world-class products and services and Cebu Trio 2014 will provide the most effective means to allow all parties to connect with one another.

Setting this year’s exposition apart from its previous installments, Cebu Trio will lay the groundwork to make cross industry connections happen. As the region opens up for a more promising economic future, the need for industries to utilize the expertise of each sector is most crucial.


The counterpart of WSI’s highly successful Worldbex expositions, PHILBEX Cebu (Philippine Building and Construction Exposition) is setting the stage to make B2B opportunities flourish as well as providing the platform to showcase the latest product innovations and technology, industry players are able to thoroughly assess their next strategies in their own respective companies.

Occupying a total of 2,000 sq.m. of exhibition area with 90 companies and a total of 150 booths, industry professionals expected to flock to the trade show can expect a world-class trade show environment which can open up a lot of doors for B2B opportunities, networking, and investment possibilities.

Cebu Auto Show

The biggest motoring event to drive by the region, the CAS gathers the most imaginative concepts of local makers along with the most coveted line up of foreign automotive brands for the season.

Occupying 2,000 sq.m. of exhibition space, car enthusiasts and industry players alike will be likened to kids in a candy store upon entering the venue with over 60 car displays and 100 exhibitors all revving up to showcase the latest in automotive innovation and technology. Furthermore, companies who will be presenting are California Eco Bike, Ford, Hyundai, Isuzu, Mazda, and Meguiars, among others.


Armed with its plethora of industry partners and decade-long experience in producing food exhibitions, CEFBEX has the recipe of a salivating and flavorful food event all figured out. Taking over a total of 3,000 sq.m. of exhibition area, the four-day food show showcases the region’s culinary staples alongside new food and product innovations.

With120 booths and 85 companies, products being showcased include food service, snacks, franchising companies, food picks, cookware, beverages, food packaging materials, food machines, food service equipment, breads and pastries and more.
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