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EVA’s Erwin Wetzel talks Consumer Trends on the AVEX Stage!

by Anna Mason

The Automatic Vending Association (AVA) is delighted to announce that Erwin Wetzel from the European Vending Association will be speaking at the AVEX Speaker Programme on 12 – 13 September.

Joining us for the AVEX exhibition, Erwin Wetzel who is currently Director General of the EVA, will be taking to the stage to discuss whether the vending industry is able to adapt to new and emerging consumer trends. With a background in Public Affairs and being a former MEP assistant in the European Parliament, Erwin has his finger firmly on the pulse of the vending industry and beyond.

Every year the EVA publishes a market report which covers 22 European countries and which analyses the market evolution for the different machine categories. This report looks to define trends and gives key market insights. By analysing the findings from this report, Erwin Wetzel will seek to answer many pressing industry questions by presenting the newest market figures and explaining how our industry is evolving.

Jonathan Hart, Chief Executive of the AVA, is excited to welcome Erwin as part of the AVEX 2017 Speaker Programme: “It is great to have Erwin onboard for the AVEX 2017 Speaker Programme, especially as we are working very closely with the EVA for this event. Erwin will be presenting essential information that will look at how adaptable our industry is to changing consumer trends – a topic that most visitors should find extremely interesting.”

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