See what Atlanta Poultry Show 2021 will look like
While the International Production & Processing Expo (IPPE) will not be hosting an in-person event in 2021, IPPE will continue to support the poultry, egg, meat and feed industries through its online IPPE Marketplace that will be available during IPPE’s originally scheduled dates, January 25-29, 2021, and beyond.
IPPE Marketplace invites a worldwide audience of 30,000-plus participants to engage with more than 1,000 exhibitors
showcasing their latest technology and innovations; participate in live and on-demand, free and paid education programs, including exhibitor technical presentations (TECHTalks); view innovative products through the Innovation Station/New Product Showcase; and access industry trade publications. Attendees will be able to directly connect with exhibitors and match their interests by product categories, express interest in specific exhibitors, engage with exhibitors’ social media platforms and send direct inquiry emails.
The IPPE community of exhibitors and attendees represents the best marketplace for products and information in the poultry, egg, meat and feed industries.
Throughout the week, IPPE Marketplace will host live and on-demand, free and paid educa- tion programs. Paid education programs offered through IPPE Marketplace include the annual International Poultry Scientific Forum, which will be broadcast live; the Pet Food Conference, which will be live with some prerecorded speakers; and the International Rendering Symposium 2021, which will offer prerecorded presentations and a live Q&A. Free education programs will be prerecorded and offer a live Q&A, and include the Latin American Poultry Summit, Market Intelligence Forum and the Feed Production Education Program. Free, on-demand education programs will be avail- able through the IPPE Marketplace starting January 25, 2021. IPPE Marketplace will also offer access to view on-demand exhibitor presentations on innovations in the TECHTalks portal.
Student engagement opportunities
Young leadership engagement and student recruitment will also be offered through IPPE’s Linked In With Tomorrow’s Leaders program, which will include participation in a LinkedIn group and online meet-ups with key industry leaders involved in the production and processing of poultry and meat or the production of animal or poultry feed, and the US POULTRY College Student Career Program, where hundreds of students will have an opportunity to interview for jobs and internships within the poultry and egg industry. ■
For more information visit the IPPE website: www.ippexpo.org
From WORLD FARMERS CENTRE