IPPE Marketplace

IPPE Marketplace

Showcasing industry technology and trends

TUCKER, Ga.  — The 2021 International Production & Processing Expo (IPPE) Marketplace will offer attendees access to the latest innovations and trends in animal protein and feed technology through exhibitor and educational programing.

As part of this programming, the IPPE Marketplace will feature more than 135 TECHTalks presentations that can be accessed on-demand and for free beginning Jan. 25.

This year’s TECHTalks presentations will address many topics, including food safety, animal welfare, sustainability and much more. Each presentation will be led by an IPPE exhibitor that will share expertise and experience on the topic.

A complete, detailed list of the featured TECHTalks can be found at https://www.ippexpo.org/marketplace/TECHtalks/docs/2021-TECHTalks.pdf.

Personal guides for the IPPE Marketplace must be requested to access the TECHTalks and other events and education programs, and your personal guide is your free registration to the IPPE Marketplace. A personal guide can be requested through the IPPE website homepage, www.ippexpo.org, by completing the information in the “Request Your Personal Marketplace Guide” box and clicking on the “Click to Receive Access to Your Personal Guide” button.

The 2021 IPPE Marketplace will take place Jan. 25-29. Through the IPPE Marketplace, more than 1,000 exhibitors will be connected with IPPE’s worldwide audience of 30,000-plus invited participants. The IPPE Marketplace will also include live and on-demand, free and paid education programs, innovative products through the Innovation Station/New Product Showcase, and access to industry trade publications.

More information about the IPPE Marketplace can be found at www.ippexpo.org.

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