The partner program at the inaugural ProFood Tech (April 4-6 McCormick Place, Chicago) will pair leading food and beverage associations dedicated to advancing this industry, with ProFood Tech attendees and exhibitors, bringing important resources, connections and expertise to the most comprehensive food and beverage show in North America.
ProFood Tech, powered by three trade show leaders, PACK EXPO, Anuga and the International Dairy Foods Association (IDFA), offers 6,000 industry leaders the opportunity to network and investigate the latest technological breakthroughs in food and beverage processing.
“Events like this are critical to an organization’s growth and development,” said Mary Lou Bosco, chief operating officer of AIM, the worldwide industry association for the automatic identification industry. “We have worked with PACK EXPO in the past and with all the industry relevant networking and education opportunities, there is significant value to attending this event”
ProFood Tech’s Partner Program provides everyone in food and beverage processing with a strategic forum to connect with new potential members. This program also gives partners a way to distinguish themselves as leaders in an expansive industry.
“The Association Partner Pavilion at ProFood Tech brings together organizations focused on forging the industry’s path ahead in response to the fast-paced advances in food and beverage processing. The broad range of services and expertise offered in this pavilion provides attendees the opportunity to gain knowledge, make connections and solve existing challenges while on-site in Chicago,” says Charles D. Yuska, President & CEO of PACK EXPO show producer PMMI, The Association for Packaging and Processing Technologies.
ProFood Tech is an exciting, new biennial event that will showcase the latest innovations and technologies for all food and beverage processing sectors. With over 400 of the world’s top suppliers, and 150,000 net square feet of exhibits, this show is unprecedented in its ability to bring the industry together and address the key issues facing food and beverage processing operators in North America.