The Petfood Forum Asia 2018 content advisory board is seeking abstracts for noncommercial presentations, due September 18, 2017.
Petfood Forum Asia 2018 is scheduled for March 28, 2018, at the Bangkok International Trade and Exhibition Centre, in conjunction with Victam Asia 2018. Please do not submit an abstract if you are not sure you will be able to attend Petfood Forum Asia on March 28, 2018.
Potential speakers are invited to submit abstracts on pet food and pet treat topics including:
An advisory board of pet food experts will evaluate all submissions for:
Each submission is evaluated on its own merits against these criteria but also in relation to other papers received. This is a one-day conference with only about eight presentations; within those, we seek to present a balance of timely topics as well as ensure particular areas of high industry importance and popularity are sufficiently covered.
No abstract will be considered if it seems commercial or if it has been published or presented prior to Petfood Forum Asia 2018. Abstracts similar in title or content to previously presented material should include significant new information.
With countries in Asia such as Thailand, India and China, among the fastest growing pet care markets globally, and Japan ranking as the fourth-largest pet care market worldwide, the region will continue to have an increasing impact on the pet food and pet care industries.
Petfood Forum Asia provides the ability socialize and network with industry peers from throughout Southeast Asia and to meet those hard to reach prospects, have project update meetings on site with customers and meet new leads thru networking events. No other pet food manufacturing industry event provides the opportunity to visit with suppliers from ingredient, additive and formulation solutions, processing and packaging equipment, flexible packaging solutions, co-packing solutions and services, and consulting and additional services, all in one location.
Petfood Forum Asia attendees include professionals working in nutrition, ingredient and processing technologies, packaging, food science, R&D, product development, food safety, QA/QC, purchasing, import/export and regulatory compliance.
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