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Food Export In-market Representatives from China, Hong Kong and Japan have prepared pet food market updates for 2021. These updates will give you a better understanding of what each respective market looks like in terms of sales volumes, global imports and U.S. imports.
Join us as our representatives break down what opportunities and challenges exist for U.S. pet food exporters in 2021 and beyond.
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Guest Speaker Bios
SMH International has been in business since 1993 and began working with Food Export in 2003. They have also worked with several other cooperator groups over the years. SMH International is based in Shanghai and has offices in Beijing, Guangzhou, and Hong Kong. They have 28 full time staff dedicated to market development and promotion throughout Greater China. SMH International offers services including media and print advertising, public relations, market research and promotion, trade show support and consulting. The company has a large network of contacts such as local government officials, importers, distributors and wholesalers.
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