World Dairy Expo announces trade show changesWorld Dairy Expo announces trade show changes
The changes will allow World Dairy Expo to offer an additional 48 indoor booths to dairy companies from around the globe.
December 24, 2020
The World Dairy Expo is busy making plans to come back better than ever in 2021 and this week announced the first of these updates which involves a different look to its 2021 trade show.
In 2021, booths previously located in the Arena Building will be moved into a newly redesigned and improved Trade Center. This strategic move opens the Arena Building for enhanced educational and networking opportunities at World Dairy Expo.
Changes to the Trade Center, including location on grounds and size, will allow World Dairy Expo to offer an additional 48 indoor booths to dairy companies from around the globe. The south end of the new Trade Center will be home to the World Forage Analysis Superbowl and Dairy Forage Seminars. Exhibitors in the Trade Center will also notice improved lighting, additional glass walls for better exposure and a temporary floor to address flooding issues previously experienced.
World Dairy Expo is planned for Sept. 28 through October 2 in Madison, Wis.
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