The Petfood Forum 2018 content advisory board is seeking abstracts for noncommercial oral presentations and posters from undergraduate and graduate students, due February 5, 2018.
Petfood Forum 2018 is scheduled for April 23–25 at the Kansas City Convention Center in Kansas City, Missouri, USA.
During the event, attendees will have numerous opportunities to network and conduct business during nightly receptions, time in the sold-out Exhibit Hall, and through the connect feature on the Petfood Forum app. In addition to such opportunities, attendees will have the chance to learn from both globally recognized experts and future voices of the industry via an educational lineup including sessions covering a variety of relevant topics.
Potential student speakers and poster presenters are invited to submit noncommercial abstracts on topics including:
An advisory board of pet food industry experts will evaluate all submissions for:
For full submission details and to submit an abstract, please follow this link: https://goo.gl/b3YNvH.
For full information on Petfood Forum 2018, or other Petfood Industry events, visit www.petfoodforumevents.com.
Lindsay Beaton is the editor of Petfood Industry magazine and the host of "Trending: Pet Food," a biweekly pet food industry podcast (www.petfoodindustry.com/trending-pet-food-podcast). You may contact her at www.wattglobalmedia.com/contact-us by selecting "Editorial Team - Petfood Industry" from the drop-down menu.
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