The National Agricultural Exhibition Centre, Stoneleigh, Warwickshire will host the UK meat industry’s own biennial trade exhibition on Tuesday 30th June 2015 and Wednesday 1st July 2015.
The Meatup trade exhibition is now firmly established as an important commercial networking event in the meat industry calendar. The next show will take place at the highly regarded National Agricultural Exhibition complex and is set to further develop this important forum where suppliers and buyers will get together face to face and do good business.
More than just an exhibition, Meatup 2015 will provide a brand new programme of important and relevant seminars over the two days, plus major craft competitions involving retail, processing and foodservice. It also joins forces with The new Food Science & Technology Show which will add value to the visitor experience.
Meat Management magazine, the exhibitions main media sponsor, will stage the magazines prestigious annual industry Awards dinner at the Birmingham Hilton Metropole on the evening of 30th June – a short distance from the National Agricultural Exhibition Centre Showground, which compliments the industry’s dedicated trade show perfectly. The Awards dinner attracts around 500 guests including many major players from all industry sectors. read more
Meatup is organised and staged by YPL Exhibitions, the events arm of the Yandell Media Group Ltd, based in Milton Keynes.
Praised for its independent and vibrant editorial content, its quality production and modern easy to read format, Meat Management magazine delivers to its advertisers a valuable high spending market, and following requests from both readers and advertisers has now been expanded to monthly frequency, publishing 10 times per year (combined January / February and July / August editions) plus 24/7 coverage via its worldwide online e-magazine edition.
Postal Address: YPL Exhibitions, P.O. Box 5299, Milton Keynes MK15 8BD
Show Organiser: Emma Cash, Telephone: +44(0)1908 613323
Stand Availability: Julie Bircher, Telephone: +44(0)1928 740579