Petfood Forum 2021 is scheduled for September 22-24 at the Kansas City Convention Center in Kansas City, Missouri, USA, conference organizers have announced.
The Petfood Forum 2021 agenda will include presentations from industry experts and leading researchers on the latest pet food market data, nutrition, ingredients, pet food formats, quality and safety, processing, packaging, marketing, social media and more. Petfood Forum’s content advisory board is currently seeking abstracts for noncommercial oral presentations and research posters on these and other topics. Abstract submissions are due January 15, 2021.
While conference organizers are working toward holding an in-person event in Kansas City, other options are being explored, including digital platforms and hybrid models to ensure the event is accessible to everyone, regardless of ability to travel. For prospective speakers, however, organizers ask that you please not submit an abstract, especially for an oral presentation, if you are not sure you will be able to attend Petfood Forum in Kansas City September 22-24.
Visit the Petfood Forum 2021 abstract submission website for further information and to submit an abstract.
In addition to the program of educational sessions, Petfood Forum will offer many opportunities to network and collaborate with industry professionals, learn the latest in pet food trends and discover new tools for business success. The 2021 edition will also feature a robust exhibit hall floor where attendees can engage with supplier companies crucial to the global pet food industry.
Each year, Petfood Forum attracts the largest collection of companies that supply pet food brands and manufacturers with ingredient, additive and formulation solutions, processing and packaging technology and equipment, flexible packaging solutions, co-packing solutions and services, and consulting and additional services, all in one location.
Full registration details for Petfood Forum 2021 will be announced in February 2021.
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