April 30 is deadline of the early bird fee for participation in "Ukrainian soybean market - 2014"
APK-Inform Agency continues preparation works for the II international conference "Ukrainian soybean market -2014", to be held on June 18-19 in Odessa.
Trading House Protein-Production is the General sponsor of the event, the company is part of the industrial group Creative. The companies Lumex and Buhler provide sponsorship support to the conference.
The conference will consider many pressing issues of the soybean market, faced by domestic producers, processors and traders of the oilseed, and all possible ways of solutions.
The conference program consists of the following sessions:
Session 1. Ukrainian market of soybeans and by-products: trends, forecasts, prospects
Session 2. World market of soybeans and by-products
Session 3. Innovative solutions in the production, storage, processing and analyzing of soybeans
Also, there will be held the roundtable discussion “Effective risk management in agriculture. Investment climate of the agrarian sector” within frames of the conference.
Here you can become acquainted with the full version of the program.
Also, the organizers draw your attention to the fact that since May 1 the cost for participation in the conference will increase.
You should hurry to fill in the application form for participation!
Organizational committee provides more detailed information on conditions of participation in conference, sponsorship, or making a presentation:
+380 562 320-795 ext.164, +7 495 789-44-19 Inna Chernenko
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