The 2021 Latin American Poultry Summit will be held virtually Monday, Jan. 25, and Tuesday, Jan. 26, 2021 from 10 a.m. – 12:30 p.m. each day, with a Q&A session after each presentation. This year’s theme, “Examining Key Growth Parameters for the Future,” will be explored through an online platform, making it accessible for participants from all over North and South America. The Latin American Poultry Summit is sponsored by the International Poultry Expo (IPE), part of the International Production & Processing Expo (IPPE), WATT Global Media and the Asociación Latinoamericana de Avicultura (ALA).
The Latin American poultry market is experiencing disruptions in its supply chains and changes in consumer buyer behaviors. Poultry industry professionals need to know how to respond and prepare to successfully react to these changes. The Latin American Poultry Summit will provide a learning platform that focuses on key market growth information including supply chain development, ingredient purchasing, animal health management and technological upgrades.
The program will be presented entirely in Spanish, and no translation services will be provided. Registration will open Dec. 14 and will be complimentary for all participants. Please visit latinamericanpoultrysummit.org for program and registration information. If you are interested in sponsorship opportunities please contact Jeff Miller at email@example.com.
IPPE Marketplace will take place Jan. 25-29, 2021. Through the IPPE Marketplace, more than 1,000 exhibitors will be connected with IPPE’s worldwide audience of 30,000-plus invited participants. The IPPE Marketplace will also include live and on-demand, free and paid education programs, on-demand TECHTalks and innovative products through the Innovation Station/New Product Showcase. More information on the 2021 IPPE Marketplace Week can be found at www.ippexpo.org.
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