Submitting your company profile

Once you have signed up as a 2019 exhibitor, please ensure your company’s profile is correct on our website as follows:

Note: All fields are required unless otherwise stated.

Contact Details

Your contact details will not be shared on the website. They will be used to contact you if we have any queries regarding your submission.

e.g. John Smith

e.g. john.smith@example.com

e.g. 01224 000000

Company Information

e.g. Quality Meat Scotland

e.g. https://www.qmscotland.co.uk (please ensure you include the http:// or https:// prefix to your web address)

Please upload a high-resolution version of your logo on a clear or white background. The ratio is 1:1 and please ensure there is clear space around the logo. Maximum file size is 5MB. Image files only please.

Please provide a short description of your company or offering.
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e.g. QMS is the public body responsible for helping the Scottish red meat sector improve its efficiency and profitability, and maximise its contribution to Scotland's economy.

Please provide a more detailed description of your company or offering, expanding on the description provided above.
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e.g. QMS is the public body responsible for helping the Scottish red meat sector improve its efficiency and profitability, and maximise its contribution to Scotland's economy.

We market the PGI labelled Scotch Beef and Scotch Lamb brands in the UK and abroad and promote Scottish pork products under the Specially Selected Pork Banner.

Our internationally recognised assurance schemes cover more than 90% of livestock farmed for red meat in Scotland. They offer consumers in the UK and overseas the legal guarantee that the meat they buy has come from animals that have spent their whole lives being raised to some of the world’s strictest welfare standards.

Scotland’s beef, lamb and pork producers make an important contribution to the country’s rural economy, contributing over £2.1 billion to the annual GDP of Scotland and supporting around 50,000 jobs in the farming, agricultural supply and processing sectors.

With hundreds of years of tradition behind them, Scottish farmers pride themselves on meeting the high standards of today’s modern meat consumers, at home and abroad.

Please select all of the categories below that relate to your company, products or service offering. Multiple selections can be made but please ensure these are relevant and accurate.