Dairy Show Attendee Information
The International Dairy Show is the ONE show you need to attend. All the stakeholders in the dairy industry — those interested in packaging, processing, ingredients, marketing, sales, plant operations, product development, safety, sustainability, and technology — will be there to exchange ideas and discover innovative solutions for the current market trends.
Need help convincing the boss? Use this justification letter as an outline.
Why You Should Attend
The International Dairy Show is pleased to roll out its new format. The co-location with PROCESS EXPO – produced by the Food Processing Suppliers Association (FPSA) – was a response to the consensus to move back to a biennial rotation and find a co-location partner to strengthen and complement the event.
Watch this tour of the Dairy Show hosted by IDFA’s Heather Soubra and get a feel for what it’s like to attend the Dairy Show.
The new format will bring added-value such as:
- Bigger, better and more business opportunities
- A tradition of dairy-centric process technologies and innovations
- More attendees, more networking, and an event on a bigger scale
- A proven and highly rated destination — Chicago — for the show
- Better value for processors who can see more exhibitors at one event
Companies who bring their teams of key personnel will derive more value from participation at all levels. Staff members from engineering, R&D, quality control, sales and marketing, operations, etc., will enjoy unique pavilions and special interest programs, on floor demonstrations, innovation awards, and more.
View a list of companies who have attended the International Dairy Show in the past.
The International aspect of the dairy show continues to grow as more and more attendees and exhibitors from across the globe participate in the show. Partnerships with international companies can yield opportunities to grow your market share and the Chicago location helps fuel the international appeal.
Get Inspired and Learn
The Dairy Show Breakout Sessions include topics relevant to everyone who works in the dairy industry. The session speakers will inspire you and share their insights, giving you solutions you can implement right away.
Information regarding other networking opportunities is coming soon. You can get started with your networking online by following @dairyshow on Twitter, liking the International Dairy Show page on Facebook, or joining the Dairy Show group on LinkedIn.
The trade show is filling up fast with innovative suppliers. View the floor plan and begin setting appointments with these suppliers to get first-hand demonstrations. The new co-location with FPSA’s PROCESS EXPO will provide you even more opportunity to see additional exhibitors and network with processors.
To search for exhibitors for the 2013 International Dairy Show in Chicago, Illinois, view the 2013 floor plan and list of exhibitors.