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Agiboo at the 4th annual Kingsman sugar conference in Miami 2017

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Posted by Svetlana Tokunova
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The 4th Annual Kingsman Miami Sugar Conference 2017 was held from October 24 to October 26 2017 at the JW Marriott hotel in Miami, FL, United States. The conference was hosted by the key provider of commodities information and analytics – S&P Global Platts. The conference was very well organized and allowed the key sugar industry players from all over the world to meet and discuss. The topics on Seminars and after session discussions were primarily covering the sugar news and prognoses in the North and South American regions with the attention to global sugar market overview.

The topics on the regional sugar conference designed especially for a North and South American audience:

  • Explore the outlook for sugar in key markets in the Americas, with updates on Mexico, Brazil, Central America, Cuba, Ecuador, Colombia, and more
  • Understand the impact of India and the European Union on international sugar markets
  • Benefit from outstanding networking including 3 days of activities and 2 receptions
  • Meet with sugar and ethanol traders, sugar producers, investors, buyers, and more
  • Connect before the conference using our networking app
  • Attend the pre-conference Ethanol Markets Seminar for in-depth perspectives on ethanol production and demand
  • Sign up for the Seminar plus the Conference and save on registration fees

The conference was visited by over 200 attendees. Delegates have represented over 30 countries from North and South America, Central America and the Caribbean, Europe and Asia. Attendees include major sugar producers, sugar mill owners, sugar buyers, sugar and ethanol traders, commodity analysts and investors, and others.

Agiboo did attend the conference and participated as Agiboo has a strong commitment to the sugar trade industry.

 

 

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