IDFA supports USDA’s proposed rule on school food optionsInternational Dairy Show producer the International Dairy Foods Association (IDFA) has added a Partner Pavilion to the 2015 show floor.

“From legal and financial services to marketing, consulting and human resources, companies are searching for service providers to make their business more efficient,” said Robin Cornelison, trade show director for IDFA. “Exhibiting in this turnkey pavilion is ideal for companies that do not wish to display large equipment or supplies and simply want to conduct business face-to-face while marketing their services at the International Dairy Show.”

Held from Sept. 15-18 at Chicago’s McCormick Place, the dairy show is a trade show for processing and packaging professionals in the global dairy, food and beverage industry.

According to IDFA, the new Partner Pavilion will offer turnkey exhibit space which includes customizable kiosks, access to an on-floor private meeting room and lounge within the pavilion.

In addition to the pavilion, the show has expanded several other show activities including:

Increased on-floor education in iDairy Show Theater and programming with larger set, more seating;

More on-floor food and beverage events;

Expanded closing reception, awards presentations and pavilions;

Continued partnership with Collegiate Dairy Products Evaluation Contest; and

More networking lounges and meeting areas.

 The International Dairy Show is co-located with the Food Processing Suppliers Association’s (FPSA) Process Expo and NürnbergMesse’s InterBev Process; combined, the co-located shows will have more than 300,000 square feet of exhibit space featuring nearly 1,000 industry suppliers and 20,000 food, dairy and beverage attendees.