26 September 2003
BSI sponsors Global Grain 2003 with a new business format
The Global Grain 2003 exhibition will differ from all other events on the grain trade calendar because it will offer delegates the chance to actually interact and do business. The event takes place over two days on 27th and 28th November and is held at the President Wilson Hotel, Geneva, Switzerland.
Richard Pettigrew of BSI Inspectorate says: "This year's event will be a different experience for all who attend. The exhibition designers have produced an event that caters for travelling attendees who want to do more than just listen to academics and analysts. Instead Global Grain 2003 will provide meeting rooms and all those facilities required for conducting business.
"Not only that, because it is a two day event with evening occasions organised, it is unlike all other conferences that are concluded in less than one day. Because delegates will know who is at the conference from the information packs provided, meetings and business activities can be planned before hand."
With the world's representatives all under one roof, Global Grain offers a unique opportunity to promote an organisation's services, products or technology to the world's agri-trading community.The topics covered in the conferences will include EU enlargement, Black Sea grain potential, trade with the Mediterranean region, world grain market - outlook and trade, trade, technical, legal, inspection, banks and contracts and EU Commission policy.
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