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Free to attend workshops at MEATUP

18 April 2011

Organisers of MEATUP have announced free to attend workshops at the MEATUP exhibition in June

Each day a panel of industry experts will present their ideas on a range of issues including how to profit from the Fifth Quarter, export potential and the outlook for the pig, beef and sheep sectors.

Confirmed speakers include Stephen Woodgate, chief executive of FABRA (the Foodchain & Biomass Renewables Association), Dr Mike Varley, head BPEX Knowledge Transfer & R&D, John Mercer, chief livestock advisor for the NFU as well as senior analysts from the AHDB MI Beef and Sheep and Pig sector. Workshop sessions are free to attend for visitors and are available on a first come, first served basis.

MEATUP will be held in Hall 2, Stoneleigh Park Warwickshire over 21 & 22 June and is supported by 14 trade organisations and associations. MEATUP was introduced to facilitate business and foster relationships within all levels of the UK meat industry and is free to attend for visitors.

More information on the show, including the workshops, competitions, exhibitors, news on the free bacon butty breakfast sponsored by BPEX can be found at www.meatup.co.uk. You can also register free online.

A small selection of exhibition stands remain and space can be booked by calling Angela Coffill on 01908 613323 or by e-mailing angela.c@yandellmedia.com


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