The workshops will provide a unique opportunity for the stakeholders to enter into dialogue with the IGC secretariat to discuss further challenges. This year the workshops will address issues regarding technical barriers to trade in grains, new trends in oilseeds demand and the use of sustainable production in tackling the instability in the rice market.
Join us in London for the 27th IGC Grains Conference. The conference is one of the world’s most established industry events, a forum for sharing knowledge, forging new contacts and deepening business relationships. Attracting a unique mix of high-level trade professionals, policymakers and business leaders, the conference offers unrivalled opportunities to network and engage with peers.
The event will open with a detailed evaluation of the world supply and demand outlook, including insights from Morocco’s Office National Interprofessionnel des Céréales et Légumineuses (ONICL), the country’s state grains agency, as well as a special feature presentation on prospects for exports by Russia. Expert discussions on investment opportunities, risk management and underlying macroeconomic fundamentals will be followed by a unique session focusing on new technologies for crop monitoring, robotic farming and innovations in grain storage. The conference will also include comprehensive assessments from key players from the global powerhouses of China and Brazil.