28th International Sugar Organization Seminar

For this year’s seminar we have focused on the human side of our sector and striven to project relevant ideas and stories of those who made a difference for sugar but moreover for communities, growth and sustainable development. People are the heart of our industry and are the root of our competitiveness pyramid; any initiative within our ‘sugar family’ should have respect and empowerment at its core.

We cannot think of anyone better to contribute their personal best than Jonathan and Charlotte Kingsman, who have both excelled in their careers and showcase the best character and traits of what a sugar person stands for. With their trajectory they need little introduction and we are certain their special touch, their “Je ne sais quoi”, will contribute to this seminar’s success, complemented by their vast knowledge of the sugar world and its key stakeholders.

Simultaneous interpretation will be provided in English, French, German, Portuguese, Russian, Spanish, and Turkish.

● Good business practices: Fabio Venturelli, CEO São Martinho *
● Diversification in difficult times: Stanislas Bouchard, CEO, CRISTALCO (CONFIRMED)
● Variety in your products, diverse portfolio: Salim Rebrab, CEO, CEVITAL (Algeria) *

• Campos de Moya, INICIA Dominican Republic (CONFIRMED)

● Kristen Eshak Weldon, Head of Food Innovation and Downstream Strategy Louis Dreyfus (CONFIRMED)
● Ruth Thomas, Director, Global Agribusiness Alliance and Soft Commodities Forum, London*

• Konrad Halwax, Managing Director, AGRANA, Austria

• Robyn Cooper, Grower Strategy Manager, ILLOVO (CONFIRMED)
• Sergey Gudoshnikov, Senior Economist, International Sugar Organization, London (CONFIRMED)

● What do people want?: Emanuele Bonomi, FERRERO *
● Fortification of Sugar & Community Development: Luis Miguel Paiz, CEO, ASAZGUA, AZUCAR DE GUATEMALA (CONFIRMED)
● Opportunities for sugar companies: “Making Sense of Sugar”, Katherine Teague, AB Sugar (CONFIRMED)

• Simon Taurins, Investment Banking and Capital Markets Credit Suisse International, London (CONFIRMED)

● Joaquim Sardinha Junior, Brazil: “Associacao dos Fornecedores de Cana – Goias” *
● Empowerment of People from the Suppliers’ Side; Bernd Langhans, Manager, Global Sales, SIEMENS, Germany (CONFIRMED)
● “Beetnometer” KWS, Germany

● Beet research: Glenda Willems, Genomic Department, SESVANDERHAVE, Belgium (CONFIRMED)
● What are consumers looking for in terms of sustainability? Ignacio Gavilan, Head of Environmental Sustainability, The Consumer Goods Forum. (CONFIRMED)
● ASOCAÑA, Colombia: (Speaker TBC) (CONFIRMED)

● A regional initiative to message about sugar; UNALA (Latin American Sugar Group), Isabel Cordon, International Affairs, ASAZGUA, Guatemala (CONFIRMED)

• Fermina Cardenas, Human Resources and Sustainability, CASSA Group, El Salvador (CONFIRMED)
• Rohit Pawar, Pawar/Baramati, India: Educational Foundation, Maharashtra, India *
• Yolanda & Isabel Leal, Magdalena-Guatemala (CONFIRMED)

● Isoglucose in EU: Jamie Fortescue, Managing Director, Starch Europe, Brussels (CONFIRMED)
● Cargill: Frank Maus, Category Lead Sweeteners EMEA, Cargill Starches, Sweeteners & Texturizers*
● Südzucker: Randolf Burisch, Head of Business Unit Sugar/Sales, Südzucker, Germany (CONFIRMED)

Single Registration
$1,550.00

A networking evening reception on 26 November at a prestigious venue in the heart of Canary Wharf;

Refreshments breaks on 26 and 27 November;

Free online access (with a username and password) to the following ISO Publications:
ISO Ethanol Yearbook (£245)
October Statistical Bulletin (£150);
October Monthly Market Report (in English, French, Russian & Spanish) (£100); November Quarterly Market Outlook (in English, French, Russian & Spanish); (£250);
November World Sugar Balance (£150);

and Online access to the Seminar Proceedings immediately following the event.

Group Registration
$1,390.00

A networking evening reception on 26 November at a prestigious venue in the heart of Canary Wharf;

Refreshments breaks on 26 and 27 November;

Free online access (with a username and password) to the following ISO Publications:
ISO Ethanol Yearbook (£245)
October Statistical Bulletin (£150);
October Monthly Market Report (in English, French, Russian & Spanish) (£100); November Quarterly Market Outlook (in English, French, Russian & Spanish); (£250);
November World Sugar Balance (£150);

and Online access to the Seminar Proceedings immediately following the event.

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