Leading berry business experts at Berries of Ukraine-2014 Conference, May 22
The 5th International Conference “Berries of Ukraine-2014: Frozen Produce & Fresh Market” will traditionally involve leading domestic and foreign berry business experts as speakers at the event to take place on May 22-23, 2014, Vinnytsia, Ukraine.
The conference will be opened by Ms. Tetiana Getman, Head of Fruit-Inform, with the presentation on the Ukrainian market for fresh and frozen berries, its development in the previous seasons and outlook for the next one in production, pricing, internal and external trade.
An accent on open and protected cultivation of strawberries will be stressed in the speech of Mr. Jeremy Darby, UK expert, who has already developed a professional reputation in several berry projects in Ukraine.
Mr. Andrey Slobodyanyuk, Director of Podillya Ltd, will present the grower's point of view on growing different berry crops in a farm (strawberries, blueberries, raspberries, currants, blackberries) as well as introduction of processing facilities in a company's structure.
We would remind you that, in addition to conference sessions on May 22, registered delegates will be able to get acquainted with Podillya berry business structure in person during the business-tour on May 23.
Bayer CropScience is the General Sponsor of the conference.
The event will involve about 200 delegates from 8-10 countries of the world.
Pay your attention! Discounts for participation in the conference are in effect until April 4.
The conference program, conditions of participation, advertising opportunities, sponsorship packages and application form are available on the official web-site.
The conference delegates can book accommodation in the hotel of Feride Plaza, which hosts the event. Accommodation costs are not included in the conference fee. More information is available here.
Would you have any questions regarding the conference, please contact International Relations Department of Fruit-Inform:
tel: +380 562 320795 (ext. - 341)
cell: +380 96 5836323 (Ievgen Kuzin)
e-mail: [email protected]