29 November 2022 – The Feedinfo Summit is back for 2023. Taking place in beautiful Vienna, Austria from 20- 22 September, tickets are available now for senior representatives from the animal nutrition and feed sector to secure at the best rate.
This third edition of the event is returning with even more thought-provoking speakers and high-level attendees to discuss and debate the challenges and solutions to the biggest issues affecting businesses in the industry and wider livestock and aqua value chains.
For leaders in the animal nutrition, feed and integrated farming sector, now is the time to start thinking about your business plans for 2024. The Feedinfo Summit aims to provide attendees with a clear vision of where the industry is headed and ideas on how to foresee the upcoming challenges we face as a sector. Bringing together even more leading animal nutrition and feed CEOs, market experts and out-of-agricultural speakers, the event content will give leaders a unique perspective on solving the unsolvable challenges the industry faces and the insight needed to develop your business’ strategies into 2024 and beyond.
Alongside the cutting edge, unmissable agenda, developed through consultation with sector CEOs from the Feedinfo Leaders Network, will be top-level networking with c-suite executives from across the global animal nutrition, feed and integrated farming industry. The summit is the ideal location to establish new connections and build existing relationships with the decision makers of the value chain, aided by a number of networking events from 20 September onwards.
Simon Duke, Editor-in-Chief of Feedinfo shared some context into the value of the event, saying: “It has never been a more important time to come together to discuss the future of our industry and the value chain. The food and agriculture sector is facing continued challenges. On top of the issues of geopolitical threats, logistics pains, the image of livestock farming, livestock diseases like avian influenza and of course sustainability challenges, the world is facing economic disruption as inflation continues. Leaders in the animal nutrition industry must support the wider value chains and also run their own businesses in a way that does more with less while also meeting the changing demands of environmentally aware consumers looking for value in what they buy.”
“I am looking forward to discussing the impact of market dynamics and stressors like these on our animal production value chains at the Feedinfo Summit to better understand what this means for our industry and how we should best tackle these complex challenges.”
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