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25th Anniversary Celebration, India

Novus Celebrated its 25th Anniversary of Helping Feed Tomorrow in Hyderabad.

On 21st November 2016 Novus International celebrated its 25th Business Anniversary in India at ITC Kakatiya, Hyderabad. This celebration followed its Gut Health Forum which took place earlier that morning. The celebration evening was well attended by nutritionist, technical personnel and various industry consultants from both the poultry and dairy sectors.

Novus’s executive vice president, Mr. Ken Kitajima, and Novus’s Regional Director, Mr. Stuart Court, also joined this event and gave welcome remarks on the company’s long-lasting commitment to delivering innovative products which supports animal nutrition and performance. Novus’s 25th Anniversary celebration reflects its leadership position in the market and highlights the company’s dedication to sustainable solutions that improve animal welfare while minimizing environmental impact. The vision to help feed the world affordable, wholesome food and achieve a higher quality of life drives everything that Novus does and is the central theme of its 25th Anniversary.

During the event, auspicious lamps were lighted to mark the joyful occasion and denote a bright future. Novus also signed a memorandum of understanding with Wildlife SOS during the event to support in Wildlife SOS’s mission to protect India’s endangering wildlife. Guests were entertained throughout the evening with dance performances and sand art performances. The sand art performance was delivered by Mr. Venu Gopal, a popular sand artist, who managed to amuse audiences with the themes of Incredible India and Novus 25 Years of Helping Feed the World.

Novus’s anniversary celebrations were initiated earlier this year at IPPE in Atlanta, Georgia, U.S.A., followed by various customer-centric events around the world. These celebrations demonstrate appreciation for employees, customers and partners who have supported Novus through the years, and still do today.