FAQs

General

foodpro 2017 will be held at the International Convention Centre Sydney, Darling Harbour, from the 16-19 July 2017.

 

Sunday 16 July 2017 11am – 5pm
Monday 17 July 2017 10am – 5pm
Tuesday 18 July 2017 10am – 5pm
Wednesday 19 July 2016 10am – 3pm

The easiest way to attend foodpro is to register online – by registering online you will be able to fast track your entry and skip the queues. Once you register online, you will be sent an email confirmation with a barcode which you can use to print your entry badge onsite. Each visitor is required to complete an individual registration, in order to generate a personalised entry badge. Your badge will give you entry to foodpro on any of the days during show time.

 

foodpro is free for all professionals working in the food processing & manufacturing industry.

 

Registration is now open so don’t miss out and register today!

 

Yes, there is the option to register up to 5 additional colleagues during the registration process. Each visitor will receive a unique email confirmation to the email address provided. Registration is now open so don’t miss out and register today!

Please refer to the Exhibitor Directory for the most up to date list of exhibitors signed up.

The Australian Institute of Food Science & Technology (AIFST) Annual Convention is a two day ticketed event. Conference passes can be purchased via the AIFST website.

Most visitors will require a Visa to enter Australia. Applications need to be made well in advance at the Australian Consulate in your own country or in some cases can be made online. It is not our company policy to provide invitation letters to visitors wishing to attend our shows. For more information on applying for a Visa visit the Department of Immigration website.

As this is a business event for those people working in the food and beverage manufacturing industry and contractors servicing these industries, we ask visitors to not bring anyone under the age of 15 to the show. This is for their own safety as there is heavy machinery in operation on the show floor. Proof of age or industry involvement may be requested at the door. Tertiary students with valid student ID will be admitted. Due to OH&S, prams, strollers and trolleys (ie shopping trolleys) are strictly not permitted at the event. Under no circumstances are any children permitted into the exhibition halls during the setting up and disassembling of the show.

Students enrolled at a tertiary level or registered apprentices may attend the show if they have the appropriate student identity card. All students will need to register online. Primary and Secondary school students will not be admitted, regardless of any courses they are studying.

 

Students must be mindful that foodpro is a business event and as such need to be respectful of Exhibitors and their time. Exhibitors are present to engage in business conversations. Please be considerate of their time and of any promotional material available.

Yes. Proof of industry involvement may be requested at the registration counters or the entrance, and can include:

 

A business card in your name; or
Employee verification on company letterhead;’ or
Evidence of membership of a relevant professional or industry association.

foodpro is strictly a trade event for professionals working in the food and beverage manufacturing industry and contractors servicing these industries. Persons not in these industries, including children and students under the age of 15 will not be admitted.

To find out more about exhibiting at foodpro, contact our Sales Team today.

Exhibitor badges can be ordered through the Online Exhibitor Manual. Please contact your stand coordinator for log in details.

 

If you require any assistance, please contact Francoise Stephens at fstephens@divcom.net.au