Petfood Forum 2013 is now accepting papers for this global petfood industry event, being held April 15-17 at the Renaissance Schaumburg in Schaumburg, Illinois, USA.
Petfood Forum offers multiple learning sessions from petfood industry experts, networking opportunities and a large exhibit hall with petfood industry suppliers.
Potential speakers may submit abstracts for Petfood Forum through October 1 for topics including, but not limited to:
â€¢ Nutrition and ingredients;
â€¢ Safety and regulatory;
â€¢ Processing and production;
â€¢ Market data, trends and predictions;
â€¢ Company profiles and case studies; and
â€¢ New product development
An advisory board of petfood experts will evaluate all submissions for relevance of topic; presence of new or innovative information, concepts or research; proposed speaker’s experience or background with the topic; lack of commercialization or promotion; and evidence of previous speaking experience. Each submission is evaluated on its own merits against these criteria, but also in relation to other papers received.
Please submit your abstract prior to October 1 by email to email@example.com, formatted for Microsoft Word. Abstracts must be written in English and be no longer than 300 words. For more information on submitting an abstract, go to www.petfoodindustry.com/PFF2013.aspx.
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