Registrations gather momentum for World Confectionery Conference 2023

With our World Confectionery Conference plans just under a couple of months away, we are putting the finishing touches to this year’s event in Harrogate, UK.

One element to the show on 5 October will be the addition of a special early morning networking session.

This is set to be held at our venue, the Harrogate Convention Centre, from 730am-815am prior to the main conference, so don’t miss out on your chance to be part of this additional feature to the event. It is being held as a complimentary session, but places will be limited, so please contact me directly at [email protected] to confirm your interest by September 5.

We will be selecting a couple of core topics for this session, including exploring business resilience, and supporting women in confectionery sector career development, as well as offering the chance for additional meeting time for our full conference day.

For those who have yet to register for the event, there’s still time to be part of what we believe will be a must-attend event for the sector.

Our programme of speakers spans the complete chain of the industry, including leading European trade body, Caobisco, key major players including Ferrero, Nestle and Cargill, as well as a host of businesses representing equipment, systems, ingredients and wider supply chains.

We will be examining central themes of sustainability across our combined industries, maintaining business resilience amid testing conditions, and exploring innovations within the sector that are continuing to make their mark.

As previous attendees have told us, there’s nothing quite like the opportunity to meet up in person for an event, so we warmly welcome you to what will be our third edition of our conference, and the accompanying World Confectionery Awards.

There’s still time to place your entries across our five categories, which can be seen at our dedicated website ( ), where you can also still register for our core conference, as well as our additional activity day, consisting of a tour of York Cocoa House’s confectionery facilities and further chocolate making masterclass, taking place on 6 October in neighbouring York.

Thanks to all those who have registered so far, we hope that we’ll be joined by even more of you for our event.

Neill Barston, editor, Confectionery Production magazine

Keep in touch at [email protected] or via social media @confectionprod or our Linkedin pages

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