September 8 is deadline of the early bird fee for participation in "Oilseed&Oils - 2014"
APK-Inform Agency continues making preparation works for the international conference "Oilseeds&Oils – 2014", to be held on October 6-7 in Barcelona (Spain). The organizer noted that to date large-scale Spanish companies of the fat-and-oil industry, and representatives of other European countries, confirmed their participation in the event.
The current general number of participants exceeds the level of 170 delegates.
The expected number of representatives of various companies totals more than 250 delegates from Spain, Ukraine, Morocco, Turkey, Portugal, France, Russia, Switzerland, the Netherlands, Argentina, Tunisia and other countries.
Here you can acquainted with the list of participants online.
Here you can look at the conference program.
Please note that the early bird fee for participation in the conference is active until September 8, 2014 (inclusive) - 650 EUR, but on September 9 the cost of participation increases!
We remind you that only one month remained until beginning of the event, and everyone, interested in participating, should fill in the application form in the nearest days!
The conference language – English.
More detailed information concerning participation, sponsorship, advertising and being a speaker of the conference is provided by the Organizational committee of the conference at APK-Inform Agency:
+380 562 320-795 ext.166, +7 495 789-44-19 Inna Chernenko
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