Apple Business of Ukraine-2014 — Vinnytsia, August 14-15
The event again changes its hosting city and moves to Vinnytsia – the center of apple production in Ukraine. A change of the conference city will ensure both convenient participation conditions and interesting and eventful program of the second conference day: business-tour to one of the leading apple farms in the region.
The conference will cover the following topics:
global apple production forecast;
Ukrainian and Russian markets for apples; production and price forecast prepared by Fruit-Inform;
Ukraine's imports and exports of apples; main requirements of buyers;
variety structure of apple production; approaches to selection of trees;
critical moments in apple growing; master-classes from sector experts;
the market for processed apples;
new technologies of apple handling, processing and storage;
apple marketing; most promising sales channels etc.
The conference is organized by Fruit-Inform. Fito-Mag Ukraine is the General Sponsor of the event. Bayer CropScience is the Sponsor of the Conference Business-Tour.
Conference audience: apple growers (above 50%), processing enterprises, representatives of wholesale and retail trade, input and equipment suppliers etc.
The organizers expect the event to be attended by about 200 delegates from 8-10 countries of the world.
More detailed information about the conference, draft program, participation conditions, advertising options, sponsorship opportunities and application form are available on the official web-site.
Would you have any questions regarding participation, please contact Conference Organizing Committee:
tel: +380 (562) 321595, ext. - 341
cell: +380 96 5836323 (Ievgen Kuzin)
email: [email protected]
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