In the weeks leading up to Petfood Forum 2018, Petfood Industry will present a series of insights on how first-time attendees and exhibitors can get the most out of this annual global conference and tradeshow, collectively called Petfood Forum 101.
Petfood Forum 2018 will be held April 23–25, 2018, in Kansas City, Missouri, USA.
“Petfood Forum 101” aims to highlight all the ways to get the most out of your time at the show if you’re attending or exhibiting for the first time. Returning attendees or exhibitors should also tune in for new insights, ideas and opportunities for the 2018 show.
Highlights will include show overviews as well as deeper dives into particular elements of Petfood Forum, including the tradeshow, educational sessions and, most popularly, networking opportunities. Long-time Petfood Forum attendees and exhibitors will provide insights on how to make the most of your first show, and discuss tips and tricks for ensuring your visit is as productive and enjoyable as possible, whether it’s your first time attending or you’ve been an exhibitor for years.
The Petfood Forum 101 program will begin on February 5, 2018, with the topic, “What is Petfood Forum all about?” Content will be available on www.PetfoodIndustry.com and www.petfoodforumevents.com, and will hit your inbox via related Petfood Forum communications.
For any questions about Petfood Forum 101, please contact Lindsay Beaton, managing editor of Petfood Industry magazine, at email@example.com.
Lindsay Beaton is the editor of Petfood Industry magazine and the author of "Trending: Pet Food," a weekly pet food industry blog. 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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