2017 Wisconsin Cheese Industry Conference

2017-04-12 - 2017-04-13
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A worldwide gathering of over 3,000 cheese industry leaders, suppliers, marketers and more will gather to share information about the latest in cheese technology, new products, whey opportunities, product safety, marketing and additional issues affecting our industry. Your hosts Wisconsin Cheese Makers Association (WCMA) and the Center for Dairy Research (CDR) promise an exciting event. What makes the ICTE different from other events? The expertise of the Wisconsin Center for Dairy Research team. Targeted focus on cheese and whey products. Excellent for supplier-processor networking at an affordable price. The pride and honor of the Championship Cheese Contest Awards Banquet and Auction. An event that draws CEOs, marketers, plant managers and R&D staff. Ever-changing with your key feedback! ICTE Features Samples cheese varieties from around the world. Student Dairy Showcase featuring products made by students at dairy universities across the United States. Ideas Showcase of seminars on the exhibit floor Complimentary buffet lunch in the Exhibit Hall to maximize your time Free Exhibits for Dairy Processors and marketers from around the world. Online signup and floor plan. Our on-line floor plan updates in real-time allowing orderly exhibit signup based on each WCMA Member company’s Priority Points. World Class Seminars And much more!
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Cheese company attendees include: Cheese company executive level and plant managers, cheesemakers, and lab/technical personnel.

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In addition to the supply of ingredients, equipment and services directly associated with cheese manufacture, the ICTE is an excellent opportunity for suppliers of manufacturing and design services, transportation vehicles, laboratory tchnology, warehousing systems, industrial clothing, sanitation products and services, refrigeration equipment, milk tankers, product safety equipment, information sources, computer production and storage hareware and software and other integrally related supplies.

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Business success — you may think it’s all about the bottom line, but savvy CEOs like those at Apple, Starbucks and IKEA know otherwise. Although profits play a big role, it’s also important for companies to be socially responsible by considering their impact on the environment, their local economy and their customers. One way that companies can practice corporate social responsibility (CSR) is by incorporating it into company events.