Asia Pacific Food and Fibre Summit

A session at Asia Pacific Food and Fibre Summit

Thursday 30th October, 2014

9:00am to 5:00pm (EST)

Economic growth and rising wages in the developing world is driving growt, Asias increased food consumption now provides an enormous opportunity for Australia and New Zealands agricultural industry.

By 2050 it is estimated that agricultural outputs will need to grow by at least 60% to meet the growing demand of Asian consumption.However, this strong agricultural demand is met with growing supply chain constraints which could hinder the potential for Australian and New Zealands agricultural trade into Asia.Informa Australia are pleased to announce the Inaugural Asia Pacific Food and Fibre Summit, to be held on the 30-31 October 2014, in Melbourne.The program will address three core themes which will enable you to pin point exactly how your company can take advantage of the growing dining boom in Asia:The Challenges of Financing Future Supply ChainsImproving the Efficiency and Infrastructure of Logistics of Supply ChainsGrowing Innovation and EntrepreneurshipThis event will bring together strategic delegations from agribusiness supply chains, to discuss how best to capitalize on the growing demand for agricultural products in Asia.

Artists / Speakers: Charlie Macdonald, Manufacturing, Transport and Logistics, Industry Executive, Industry Centre of Excellence, Telstra, Chris Catto-Smith, Managing Director and Principal Consultant, Freshport Asia, Thailand, Patrick Vizzone, Regional Head of Food and Agribusiness, IB Asia, National Australia Bank, Hong Kong, Asitava Sen, Senior Director and Head of Food and Agribusiness Research, Rabobank Group, India, Nicolas Georges, Director of Research and Development - Asia Pacific, Mondelez Food

Two day conference (30-31 October 2014): $ 1424.50 AUD

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Starts 30th October 2014 at 9:00am EST

Ends 31st October 2014 at 5:00pm EST

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