U.S. Soy Global Trade Exchange Agenda Takes Shape
- General News
The 2015 U.S. Soy Global Trade Exchange will take place September 9-11 in Minneapolis, Minnesota. In addition to providing exclusive access to qualified international buyers, USSEC’s third annual event will provide useful, key information for seller and buyers alike.
The first day of the event, September 9, will feature USSEC’s signature Trade Team Invitational, where buyers and sellers will meet privately in pre-arranged meetings.
The conference will officially kick off on September 10. The day will feature panels on U.S. food grade soybean supply outlook and international food and feed, in addition to breakout sessions covering West Coast shipping, bulk, global trends in food industry and consumer demand, international animal protein demand, and the role of co-ops in the international market. General sessions will cover global soy and grain supply and demand, U.S. certification systems, and the feed nutritional value of soybean meal. The trade show will also open that day.
On September 11, sessions will focus on world economic outlook and GMOs, with breakout sessions taking a look at transportation, emerging growth markets for specialty grain and soybeans, and sustainability.
Make your plans now to attend this year’s U.S. Soy Global Trade Exchange! Last year, more than 260 buyers from 46 countries attended the 2014 event in Milwaukee to conduct business with U.S. exporters. In all, 600 key soy and grain industry officials and decision-makers attended this unique networking opportunity in 2014. This year, 100 people from EU/MENA and another 60 from North Asia are already scheduled to attend.
To register or for more information about the event, please visit us at https://ussoyexchange.org.