African Dairy Conference and Exhibition

Event contact first name
Peter
Event contact last name
Ngaruiya
Email
foodafrica@foodtradeafrica.com
Event contact telephone number
254 703 501 532
Notes

Time: 8am to 6pm

Description

This players in the dairy value chain with a very unique opportunity to:- Growing networks in terms of vendors and consulting sourcing, partnership sourcing, prospecting for new customers and collecting competitive intelligence Catalogue (printed) with all the list of exhibitors and a CD of all the registered delegates and their contacts. Appreciate emerging practices and technologies, solutions and investment ideas in dairy sector from around the world Solution provided from industry experts by gaining useful tips and up to date technical information available Get firsthand experience of some of the showcased technology and practices at work during the field trips Learn from renowned speakers with vast knowledge and experience in entire dairy sector value chain Discuss and debatethe critical issues surrounding a sustainable dairy sector from farm to fork Learn about groundbreaking research findings from across the dairy production value chain. These presentations will be given to all the delegates in CD and/or Flash disks Network with key organizations in global dairy sector at the event Benefitfrom the opportunity to attend sessions and exhibition booths dedicated to your specific areas of interest Build lasting relationships across the value chain See the latest in product and technology innovation. Learn about other dairy industry support services e.g. finance and insurance services Lobbying for better intra regional trade policies by engaging in Q&A sessions with policy makers and decision makers. Price EARLY BIRD 30th May 2014(Full Registration): $400 EARLY BIRD 30th May 2014(One day): $200 DEADLINE 1st August 2014(Full Registration): $450 DEADLINE 1st August 2014(One day): $250 ON - SITE REGISTRATION(Full Registration): $500 ON - SITE REGISTRATION(One day): $300

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