Petfood Forum Europe 2017 featured unique networking opportunities and expert-led educational sessions

Europe’s leading pet food-focused event featured new research on European and global pet food markets

Petfood Forum Europe 2017 took place on June 13 in Cologne, Germany, as part of FVG Select. This unique one-day conference provided attendees with new information and ideas to innovate and expand their business. With Europe’s dynamic pet food market growing quickly in developing regions like Latin America, Eastern Europe and Asia; and even Western Europe, this exclusive event provided a valuable opportunity to learn about innovative, healthy pet food products to capture pet owners’ attention and purchasing power.

Petfood Forum Europe offers expert pet food manufacturing-focused industry knowledge and valuable networking for European pet food professionals, and has been since the late 1990s.

Check back soon for details on the next Petfood Forum Europe, which will be held in 2019!

 

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Petfood Forum Europe 2017 took place June 13 and was one of six high quality conferences produced at FVG Select by partners of Victam International.  It was the only event at FVG Select that focuses on newest technologies and trends being applied in pet food and pet treat processing throughout all of Western and Eastern Europe and Great Britain.  The six conferences took place over the two days of FVG Select (June 13 and 14), a new networking event organized by Victam International. This 2-day event, from the world’s leading pet food, feed and grain industry exhibition organizers, provided many networking opportunities through personalized and digital business matching.  There was also a supporting exhibition and a number of hospitality suites where business transactions were conducted.

For more information, please visit the FVG Select website.

Press and media seeking admission into Petfood Forum Europe must be approved by the event organizers. Organizers will provide press releases, and video footage taken by Petfood Forum Europe staff upon request. Please contact Steve Akins at sakins@wattglobal.com for more information.