Registration is now available for Petfood Forum China 2013, scheduled for August 23 at the Shanghai World Expo Exhibition and Conference Center. Participants who register by June 15 will save more than 15%.
Registration is available in Chinese language and RMB payment and also in English and US dollars. Each registration includes all conference sessions, access to the Petfood Forum China tabletop exhibits, two coffee breaks and a generous buffet lunch.
Petfood Forum China premiered as the first conference of its kind for the Chinese petfood industry in October 2012. The 2013 edition will feature industry experts speaking on topics such as the Chinese and global petfood markets; the latest research on functional ingredients and petfood palatability; a new study on how pet owners choose petfoods; systems to control pathogens in a petfood factory; ways to save energy and ensure safety in drying extruded petfood; and more.
Petfood Forum China 2013 will again be co-located with Pet Fair Asia, one of the largest trade shows for the pet industry in China.
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