Ask the Experts Exhibits at Natural Products Expo West SupplyExpo

The Consultants Association for the Natural Products Industry™ (CANI™), in conjunction with New Hope Natural Media, will sponsor Ask the Experts at Natural Products Expo West SupplyExpo, March 12-14 at booth 363 in Hall A.

Whether building a product line, updating the look and feel of your company image, or expanding your reach to international markets, CANI can help. As a non-profit association with dozens of consultant firms, CANI has the expertise you seek to help make decisions that will help you accomplish your company’s goals. Every decision you make impacts your organization. The big ones could mean the difference between success and failure. Winning or losing.

CANI offers specialized professional services for manufacturers, retailers, distributors and non-profit organizations to thrive in the nutraceutical marketplace and their target markets.

Ask the Experts will feature a wide range of industry consultants with vast experience in nutraceutical, food, personal care, pharma and more who offer consulting services to help grow your business. Offering free one-on-one consultation and referrals, Consultants Association members scheduled to participate include expertise in regulatory, GMP, insurance, advertising, public relations, design, Internet marketing, business strategy, trademarks and patents, executive and technical recruiting, product development, international product placement and other key areas of business development. Visit the Consultants Association exhibit to learn more about the services and expertise.

Appointments to meet with consultants that will address your specific needs can be made by contacting Karena Dillon of the Consultants Association. The phone is 559.325.7192. The email address is [email protected] The Web site is

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