AACCI's premier event, the AACCI Annual Meeting, attracts more than 1,000 participants each year. It's where the latest information on cereal grain science in unveiled, where you'll have the opportunity to participate in symposia and discussion sessions, present research results, view hundreds of technical posters, attend special events, learn about new products and services, and connect with others who share your interests.
AACCI gives companies and organizations the opportunity to display their products and services to a highly focused audience from around the world. Scientists, researchers, executives, and managers with purchasing power attend this meeting, yearly looking for the latest in the industry. The combination of an extensive technical program of more than 200 poster presentations and more than 20 symposia and technical sessions by leaders of the industry plus the state of the art exposition draws attendees from over 35 countries. Each year many new and innovative ideas, products, and methods are introduced at the AACCI Annual Meeting. You don’t want to miss this exciting opportunity! After you decide to exhibit, consider placing an ad in the AACCI Annual Program Book and/or sponsoring an event to create better visibility of your organization to your audience of attendees. Participating in a Supplier Session can also spread the word on your products, ideas, and services
Your exhibit at the AACCI Annual Meeting gives you a place to meet with people you will not find at other industry meetings. By exhibiting, you will help yourself stay ahead of your competitors, make key contacts and get your message across to the right people in the food industry. The AACCI Annual Meeting is the foremost scientific forum in grain science. It's the place for new technology, industry news, and networking. The annual meeting offers access to the latest research, a forum to discuss industry issues, and a place to find solutions.
About AACC International:
AACC International is a global, nonprofit association of nearly 2,500 scientists and food industry professionals working to advance the understanding and knowledge of cereal grain science and its product development applications through research, leadership, education, superior technical service, and advocacy.