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2025 TFWA Asia Pacific Exhibition & Conference dates confirmed


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Following the success of the 2024 summit, TFWA has announced the dates for the 2025 TFWA Asia Pacific Exhibition & Conference. The event occurred from 11th to 15th May at the Marina Bay Sands Expo & Convention Centre in Singapore.

As always, the event will serve as a forum for the industry to converge to learn, network, and discover the latest innovations in duty-free and travel retail.

The 2024 TFWA Asia Pacific Exhibition & Conference ended on a high, with the Association confirming that 3,126 visitors attended. The number of representatives from duty free and travel retail operators and landlords stood at 1,208. The TFWA Asia Pacific Conference on Monday 13th May drew a substantial audience, with the number of delegates attending similar to last year. 222 delegates attended the China Watch workshop on Tuesday 14th May, while 151 were at the Decoding Today’s Dwell Time workshop on Wednesday 15th May.

With 234 exhibitors and a floor space of 9,750m2, the TFWA Asia Pacific Exhibition was also a quantifiable success. 75 of these exhibitors, comprised of both emerging and established names in duty free and travel retail, were new additions to the show floor or those returning after an absence.To

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