Catch our early bird World Confectionery Conference rates before end of April

Plans for our World Confectionery Conference event for 2023, which will be taking place in Harrogate, UK, on 5 October are coming together strongly, and you can still make the most of our early bird attendance rates, which end on 30 April.

We already have a strong range of confirmed companies and organisations taking part at this year’s show, which includes the influential European confectionery trade association, Caobisco, plus additional contributions from Ferrero and Fairtrade International, as well as Cargill, among many others, who will be looking to ensure that we build upon the success of last year’s live event that was held in Brussels.

Early bird visitor rates are £160 (£190 from 1 May), which is well worth taking advantage of through registering online via our dedicated World Confectionery Conference website and the last remaining ‘Gold and platinum’ speaker’/exhibiting packages are still available for a limited period, so contact [email protected] for further details for those additional opportunities.

In addition to our full range of speakers across the confectionery finished product, ingredients and equipment/systems markets that reflect the core areas of our magazine, we will also be featuring an additional second day (6 October), courtesy of York Cocoa House, offering the chance to experience chocolate making and learning about the heritage of the city that stands as the UK’s capital of chocolate.

This year’s event theme offer an extended examination of sustainability issues right across the industry, exploring topics of business resilience and innovation within the industry, which will also see the return of our World Confectionery Awards, which last year showcased some of the sector’s most noteworthy product developments.

Speaking on this year’s event, editor Neill Barston said: “We have been very impressed with the industry response so far to our plans moving the World Confectionery Conference forward in its setting at the Harrogate Convention Centre in Yorkshire UK. With the region having strong confectionery connections through York, which forms the setting for our informal optional second day, we believe that this will offer the chance to showcase a blend of some of the most exciting local industry talents, alongside representatives from across the sector around the world.

“So, don’t miss out on our early bird rates of attending the event, which come to a close this weekend (30 April), as the event will once again offer the chance to learn more about major industry trends, policy issues and new products and machinery. It will also deliver a prime networking opportunity for our valued industry peers. Having seen the genuine demand and enthusiasm for live events again after the pandemic, we believe that this year’s conference will once again prove to be a special occasion that will have broad appeal within our industries.”



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