Press Registration for the 2017 World Food Prize Week of Events is now open!
Register at www.worldfoodprize.org/pressregistration
Accredited members of the media can register for the 2017 World Food Prize events, Oct. 16-21. All members of the press who plan to attend must register, your accreditation will be verified and then you will be issued a press pass.
Verified members of the press will need to produce a valid press badge in order to collect their credentials for access to any events during the World Food Prize Week of Events. If you do not have a valid press pass onsite at the event you will not be permitted entry.
For event security purposes, event organizers cannot guarantee entry to media that have not registered ahead of time; they may be required to wait for credentials to be issued and may not be able to be accommodated.
Details for Press Registration
On the registration form, please mark the events you intend to cover to help us accommodate all media. Please also note whether you are interested in covering the Laureate Award Ceremony at the Iowa Capitol; seats are limited and you will need a ticket to enter. Press are required to pay for all meals at the symposium and can do so through the registration form.
We collect your email address so that you receive the most updated news and information about events. The Press section of this website will also be continuously updated, so check back for additional details.
- The press room schedule will be made available by October 1, 2017.
- For press registration and all media requests, please contact Nicole Barreca at email@example.com or 515.245.3735
Media Partner Registration for the 2017 World Food Prize Week of Events
opened on August 23, 2017
We invite bloggers, communications staff and social media teams to register in advance to become media partners for the World Food Prize Week of Events, Oct. 16-21 granting them the same event access as accredited press. Places are limited, please contact nbarreca@worldfoodpriz
For event security purposes, event organizers cannot guarantee entry to bloggers that have not registered ahead of time; they may be required to wait for credentials to be issued and may not be able to be accommodated.