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The Petfood Forum/Petfood Workshop app allows you to search for speakers and exhibitors, schedule sessions and more.
On April 4, 2013

Petfood Forum 2013 app available

App allows conference attendees to search for speakers and exhibitors, schedule conference sessions and more

Petfood professionals attending Petfood Forum April 15-17 and Petfood Workshop: World of Ingredients April 17-18 can download an app to help them plan and navigate their time during the conferences.

The app, available at m.magtogo.com/petfoodforum , is free and allows conference participants to:

  • Search for speakers and exhibitors
  • Add conference sessions and networking events to their personal calendars
  • View the Exhibit Hall map
  • Find restaurants and other attractions nearby—and call them or connect directly to their websites
  • Share their Petfood Forum and Petfood Workshop experiences on Twitter and Facebook
  • Learn about transportation options and information
  • Fill out a survey on their conference experiences

Free registration is required to access the app, which is available for iPhones, iPads, Android smartphones and Blackberries.

Petfood Forum, the premier, exclusive global conference for petfood professionals, is entering its 21st year and will take place at the Renaissance Schaumburg Convention Center and Hotel near Chicago, Illinois, USA. Petfood Workshop is a focused, hands-on symposium following Petfood Forum, also at the Renaissance Schaumburg; this year, the Workshop will focus on petfood ingredients .

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