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IGC Grains Conference to be held as digital event with new interactive features

05 March 20212 min reading
International Grains Council

The International Grains Council invites you to join the key players in the global grains value chain to discuss the latest developments and issues affecting the grains, oilseeds and rice markets at its 30th IGC Grains Conference on 8-9 June 2021.

Following the success of last year’s digital event, the 2021 edition will be again digital and include a lot of new interactive features to allow greater networking opportunities between participants, sponsors and speakers. These include person-to-person video calls, a virtual exhibition room, side-events and delegate meeting rooms to continue the session discussions.

This year, the theme of the event is “Grains and oilseeds sectors: Strategic risks and resilience post Covid-19”. The two-day event will include 12 live streaming discussions on current issues affecting grains trade, including strategic risks for global markets, climate change, trade finance and the latest grains, oilseeds and rice market developments.  The event will provide a broad platform of discussions between the public and the private sectors.

REGIONAL SNAPSHOTS: CENTRAL AMERICA AND SOUTH EAST ASIA

Video presentations by expert speakers will be made available 2 days before the conference allowing delegates to plan their viewing. For those delegates in other time zones, the live streaming panels will also be available till 7 days after delivery. Two special sessions will address potential business developments in South East Asia and in Central America.

The IGC Grains Conference, one of the most established events in the grains and oilseeds sector, is a key feature of London Grains Week 2021, organised by AHDB, GAFTA, IGC and IGTC.

For more information on the conference programme and to register please go to: https://www.igc.int/en/conference/confhome.aspx

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