April 10, 2015

10/04/2015: Oilseed & Grain Trade Summit, Minneapolis, 30 Sept-2 Oct 2015

http://www.oilseedandgrain.com/#!about-us/c718

The Oilseed and Grain Trade Summit is the premiere annual event providing actionable content and networking opportunities for key decision makers in the global oilseed (soybeans, canola/rapeseed, sunflower seed and oil palm) and feed grain (corn, wheat, sorghum and barley) value chains.

Last year over 400 buyers and sellers of oilseed products, feed grains, and food ingredients from 38 US states and nearly 20 countries attended and more than 45 industry experts discussed cutting-edge knowledge and industry trends. 

The 10th  Edition will be held on 30 September - 2 October 2015 at the Hyatt Regency Minneapolis. 

http://www.oilseedandgrain.com/#!why-attend/c7yi Why should you attend?

Valuable professional connections
Experienced industry leaders from throughout the value chain will explore the most important current issues in the industry – and forecast emerging trends

Critical business opportunities
Commodity and ingredient buyers from food, animal nutrition, and other firms around the world will be looking to ink contracts
No other event annually attracts this range of global leaders in oilseed and grain production, processing, and trade

Unique industry content
Once again, this year's event will include participation from Informa Economics Group, increasing diversity in the audience
   

Who should attend?
http://www.oilseedandgrain.com/#!why-attend/c7yi

  • Oilseed, grain, and vegetable oil processors, importers, and exporters
  • Manufacturers of food, animal feed, biofuels and bio-based industrial products
  • Commodity merchandisers and buyers
  • Food ingredient and commodity buyers
  • Trade financing and risk management professionals
  • Swine, poultry, cattle, dairy, and aquaculture livestock producers
  • Ports, freight forwarders, shipping/ocean line companies, transload/container companies, rail
  • Technology, equipment, and service providers
  • Plant operations management
  • Trade groups, government agencies, and academics
  
http://www.oilseedandgrain.com/#!why-attend/c7yi
What our participants are saying

“We in the meat industry try to speak with a cross-sector of agricultural commodities all the time because we use so many of those commodities in our production cycles that it’s important for us to educate others as to what’s happening in our industry.”
American Meat Institute

 
“Nearly 50 percent of our soybeans go out as an exported product, so it’s important to be able to maintain relationships, build relationships and that eventually ends in market opportunity for our farmers.”
State of Minnesota
  
“I found the Summit very enlightening and just as important a productive way to network. I greatly appreciate the work that your organization has performed.”
Mizuho Bank, Ltd
    
“I really enjoyed OGTS. Good content, good location, good networking. Speakers were good overall, especially the last keynote as we certainly want to be aware of what’s going on outside our region and I am personally very interested in international ag.”
Farm Credit East

 
“It’s a good place to network and expand our presence in the marketplace. We have access to all the key players in the transportation, logistics and infrastructure industries. We’ve been doing this for three years, and there has been superb turnouts every year.”
Illinois Soybean
    

http://www.oilseedandgrain.com/#!why-attend/c7yi
Where can you stay?

In the Hyatt Regency Minneapolis itself.  
The Oilseed & Grain Trade Summit has negotiated a special low room rate of US$215 per night (plus tax) for conference attendees who book by September 4. This rate is available from three days before to three days after the event itself.


Visit the Oilseed & Grain Trade Summit website HERE.
 

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