At the EDA European Dairy Platform on 2nd December 2016 in Nice more than 220 dairy executives and experts from the European ‘lactosphère’ gathered. More than one third of the EU milk volumes processed per annum was represented at owner, president or CEO levels.
Some of the presentations are made public, i.e. by Daniel Jaouen, General Manager – Lactalis Group. He reveales a lot of interesting figures on the company.
Takes place in Rotterdam, 16 – 21 October.
The IDF World Dairy Summit is the annual top meeting of the global dairy industry attracting 1500 to 2500 participants from all over the world. Amongst them CEO’s and employees of dairy processing companies, dairy farmers, suppliers to the dairy industry, academia, governments, marketers etc.
The Summit is composed of a series of topical scientific-technical conferences, social events including a welcome reception, gala dinner and technical tours. Participants will get together to network and get familiar with the latest research findings and experiences relevant for the global dairy sector in the broadest sense.
The IDF World Dairy Summit 2016 ‘Dare to Dairy’ in October in Rotterdam is the top annual meeting of the global dairy sector attracting 1.500 to 2.000 participants from all over the world. Amongst them are not only CEO’s and employees of dairy processing companies, dairy farmers, suppliers and scientists but also stakeholders from outside the global dairy sector. They all will share their view on how dairy can sustainably contribute to feeding 9 billion people.
Nearly 600 women in agribusiness are expected to attend the Women in Agribusiness Summit Sept. 27-29 at the Hyatt Regency in Chicago. The fifth annual event is looking toward the future where women develop valuable professional skills, network with influential executives, and learn about industry outlooks and trends.
“We’ve outlined the proven advantages of giving women a stronger voice in agribusiness, we’ve brought men into the conversation, and this year, we’ll look to the future and examine what the role of women in agribusiness could be during the next five to 10 years,”said event director Joy O’Shaughnessy.
The 2016 summit will feature more than 35 speakers.
IDF World Dairy Summit will take place on September 20-24, 2015 in Vilnius, Lithuania. The theme is “Closing the Nutritional Gap with Sustainable Dairy”.
Lithuania is a land of agriculture that has strong traditions in cattle farming. Dairy farming is one of the key agricultural sectors in the country that was encouraged by our natural conditions, which are very favourable towards dairy farming.
“Lithuania is at the crossroads of east and west and we are planning great networking opportunities for delegates. Therefore come to Lithuania and visit our golden seaside and medieval castles! Soak up the serenity and inspiration of Vilnius’s Baroque courtyards! Meet our people–open and strong, free and determined – and come back again and again”, Bronius Markauskas President of the Lithuanian National Committee says.
“It is a great honour for Lithuania to host this leading dairy event – IDF World Dairy Summit 2015.”