Petfood Forum Asia 2012 will take place February 16 at the Bangkok International Trade & Exhibition Centre in Thailand.
Petfood sales in Asia grew 4% in 2010, about the same growth rate as the global petfood market, according to Euromonitor International. While that rate represents a slowdown from previously robust increases, growth has been steady in Asia, no small feat after several years of a stagnant or declining global economy. In fact, Euromonitor projects three Asian markets—India, Thailand and China—to be among the 10 fastest growing for petfood sales between now and 2015.
You can find out more about this dynamic, growing industry along with other important information about the Asian petfood market at Petfood Forum Asia 2012, February 16 at the Bangkok International Trade & Exhibition Centre in Thailand. Bangkok is open for business, so join your petfood industry colleagues and peers from throughout Asia and the world to hear experts share their latest research and insights on the best ways to make and market petfood.
You can also network with fellow petfood professionals and visit key industry suppliers within the exhibits at Victam Asia (see www.victam.com). Plus, if you register for Petfood Forum Asia by January 5, 2012 (www.petfoodindustry.com/PFFAsia2012.aspx), you will save more than 15%.
As of press time, the following speakers have been confirmed:
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Bookmark www.petfoodindustry.com/PFFAsia2012.aspx and check it regularly for further information about Petfood Forum Asia, including registration and updates. Register by January 5, 2012, to save over 15%.
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