Effectiveness of agribusiness in Ukraine in terms of new risks is one of the key themes of "Grain Forum – 2014"
The roundtable discussion "Improving the effectiveness of agribusiness in the heightened risk conditions" to be held with frames of the thirteenth international conference "Grain Forum - 2014: new markets, challenges and opportunities".
Kyiv Mohyla Business School [kmbs] is the partner in organizing the roundtable event.
Eugene Pentsak (Ph.D., Lausanne University (Switzerland), Master in Banking and Finance kmbs) and Ronald Heisman, Professor of Finance at Erasmus University, Erasmus School of Economics (the Netherlands), the Rotterdam School of Management (RSM), will be the roundtable speakers.
The roundtable takes place on the second day of the conference, on June 18.
We remind that the thirteenth international conference "Grain Forum 2014: new markets, challenges and opportunities" is held on June 16-18 in Odessa (hotel Bristol). APK-Inform Agency is the conference organizer.
Grain Forum is the key conference event for representatives of all segments of the grain market, which is traditionally held on the eve of the new season. Taking into account the current political situation in Ukraine, each representative of the grain business has to understand the conditions in which the market will develop and what factors will shape it, before beginning of the season.
Here you can find more detailed information about participation in the conference and its program.
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