Reasons to Attend

" Nutrition and Growth conference managed to answer the need of this niche discussion about the delicate interaction between childhood nutrition and growth related issues"

"It is the only conference discussing Nutrition"

(Conversations with attendees, Nutrition and Growth 2016, Vienna)​

N&G 2017 aims:

• To bring together the world’s scientific experts to catalyze and advance scientific knowledge about Nutrition and Growth, present the most recent research findings, and promote and enhance scientific collaborations around the world.

• To bring together community leaders, scientists and policy leaders to promote and enhance programmatic collaborations to more effectively address regional, national and local responses to Nutrition related problems, diseases and social phenomena​ around the world and overcome barriers that limit access to prevention, care and services.

Industry Benefits of Supporting N&G 2017

  • A truly international meeting allowing interactions with KOL's and leads from all around the world
  • A niche conference allowing you to reach exactly those who you need to discuss your products with
  • A program including plenary discussions, Industry sessions, Oral presentations all in a format which allows you to optimise your attendance and maximize your return on investment.
  • Offers a unique opportunity to exchange ideas with renowned professionals from across the world
  • Provides an ideal networking forum
  •  Offers unique exposure to worldwide markets

​20121st N&G​Paris, France1,267
​20142nd N&GBarcelona, Spain
​2016​3rd N&G​Vienna, Austria​1,200

Profile of Attendees

The Audience ranges from various fields of expertise such as:
• Researchers and Clinicians from the fields of Pediatrics, Nutrition and Diedetics, Public health and preventive medicine, Neonatal-Prenatal medicine, Endicronology, Diabetes and Metabolism, Gastroenterology and Physiology.
• Key Opinion Leaders in Nutrition, Gastroentorology and Endicronology
• MDs, Nurses and Dieticians with interest in Nutrition and Growth
​• Young Generation of MDs