Market of starch & derivatives in the pandemic: What comes next?

The Webinar will address topical issues such as the global balance of production / consumption of starch and derivatives, trends in consumer demand, doing business in new conditions, current changes in legislation and government support, problems / restrictions in the launch of new projects, etc.
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Description

The Webinar will address topical issues such as the global balance of production / consumption of starch and derivatives, trends in consumer demand, doing business in new conditions, current changes in legislation and government support, problems / restrictions in the launch of new projects, etc.

Among the topics of the conference:

  • The market of starch and added value products in the context of the COVID-19 pandemic.
  • Measures to support the industry and solutions to overcome the crisis.
  • Experience in the launching projects in the light of new consumption trends.

For participation in the event – Polina Taranenko
Phone: +7 (916) 111-30-29
Mail: pr@starchcu.com

 

General Conditions

The cost of participation in the web — conference

For participant

For members of Association

3 400 RUB / 50 USD / 40 EUR

Free

 

The cost of a video — conference package includes:
— Participation in the conference
— Access to conference materials

The conference will provide simultaneous translation into Russian and English.

Payment:

Payment made by invoice in rubles.
The invoice issued after sending the participant’s application marked “Conference” by e-mail: conf@starchcu.com
You can also fill out an application on the official website of the Association “Roskrakhmalpatoka”

Return Terms

In case of your refusal to participate in the conference or the refusal of one of the company delegates, you must send a written notice of refusal to the organizers (by e-mail or fax).
Upon notification of a cancellation by July 19th, 2020, 100% of the participation cost returned.
If the refusal is notified after July 19th, 2020, the registration fee will not be refunded.

Agenda

Date: July 29th 2020.
ZOOM – Conference

Time

Program

13:00

Opening of the conference. Introduction of participants.

13:05

The market of starch and added value products in the context of the COVID-19 pandemic.

representatives of the Corn Refiners Association, USA
Mayande Group, China
consulting company GIRACT, Switzerland

14:25

Coffee-break

14:40

Measures to support the industry and solutions to overcome the crisis.

representatives of the Government of Russia,
development institutions (on approval)

16:00

Coffee-break

16:15

Experience in the launching projects in the light of new consumption trends.

representatives of companies launching projects of value-added products on the CIS region (on approval)

17:35

Summary of the conference

* Details of the conference program with an indication of the speakers, participating companies will be sent later

Speakers

      • Dr V. KrishnakumarB.Tech (Chem), MBA (IIM, Ahmedabad), Dipl. Computer Science
        PhD in Management Science (University of Geneva): Managing Director of Giract
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        Krishna’s early work experience was in consumer marketing – first in McCann Erickson Advertising and later as Product Manager at what is currently known as GlaxoSmithKline. He then joined Giract, the foremost food ingredients and technologies market research and forecasting business consultancy in Geneva, Switzerland where he is now the Managing Director. Krishna has published many articles on food ingredients and has addressed various International Conferences. He is a Professional Member of the IFT and has chaired the Vitafoods Conference over many years. He has also chaired many other ingredient conferences including omega 3, fibres, and probiotics. With a vast experience in international food and food ingredient markets, he has managed numerous strategic and operational projects across almost all ingredient sectors. He is currently a jury member of the FI Global Innovation Awards https://awards.figlobal.com/jury-2019/ and recently conducted a series of panel discussions involving senior professionals of the Indian food industry, concerning communication to consumers regarding nutrition and health, a project which was supported by the Tata Trusts.
      • Jonh BodePRESIDENT & CEO
        Corn Refiners Association
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        John Bode is President & CEO of the Corn Refiners Association, the trade association representing the corn milling industry. John has been involved in every significant change in federal food law since the 1981 Farm Bill. In private practice, he counseled leading food and agriculture trade associations and companies regarding legislative and regulatory policy advocacy, regulatory compliance and congressional investigations. He has also served as lead counsel for several of the nation’s largest food recalls and general counsel for leading food trade associations. John served in three Presidential appointments at the U.S. Department of Agriculture, including Assistant Secretary of Agriculture for Food and Consumer Services. Before joining the USDA in 1981, he was on the staff of the U.S. Senate Committee on Agriculture, Nutrition, and Forestry, and served on the staff of then-Governor of Oklahoma David L. Boren. Born in Oklahoma City, John was educated at the United States Naval Academy and the University of Oklahoma, receiving his B.A. in 1977. He received his J.D. from George Mason University School of Law in 1983.
      • Roman ChekushovDirector of the Department of Agriexports Development
        Ministry of Agriculture of the Russian Federation
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      • Claire GrosboisEconomic Affairs Manager of
        European Starch Industry Association (Starch Europe)
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        French, born 1986, joined AAF as Economic Affairs officer in June 2011. Claire graduated in 2010 from the Institut d’Etudes Politiques of Rennes and from the University of Eichstaett-Ingolstadt with a French-German diploma. In 2011, she continued her studies at the Odisee University, a Brussels based Business School, where she studied European Economics. At Starch Europe, Claire is in charge of international trade and economic affairs.
        Over the past 10 years, Claire covered EU bilateral trade negotiations with third countries (e.g. Mercosur, US , Vietnam, Japan), Brexit negotiations, developments on raw materials markets and the EU Common Agricultural Policy.
      • Oleg ZaytsevCEO «IstAgroDon»

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        Since 2011, the company has been implementing a project for complex processing of Jerusalem artichoke in Russia.

INDUSTRY EXPERTS:

 

    • Pavel ParamonovInnovation & Market Research Manager
      Cargill
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      He worked in the field of retail audit in a research company, then marketing for a leading Russian manufacturer of alcoholic beverages. For the last 8 years, he has been engaged in various market research in Cargill (malt, oils and fats division, currently-starch products).
    • Polina SemyonovaExecutive Director, PhD.
      Food Ingredients Producers Union
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      Professional activity is related to the coordination of business activities of participants in the food ingredients market for its formation and development in Russia and the EEU countries, as well as representation and protection of the collective interests of members of the Union in state authorities and other organizations.
    • Arthur BoyarovDirector of research and analytics, PhD
      Technological Platform «Bioindustry and Bioresources»
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      The area of competence is the development of cooperation in biotechnological clusters, infrastructure support for investment projects and industrial biotechnological parks, transfer of technologies and commercialization of R&D in the industry of industrial biotechnologies.

July 29th 2020

ZOOM – Conference

The cost of participation
3 400 RUB / 50 USD / 40 EUR

The cost of a video - conference package includes:

  • Participation in the conference
  • Access to conference materials

Contacts
Phone: +7 (916) 111-30-29
Mail: pr@starchcu.com