Learn what's in store for the sugar sector in 2020
We are delighted to announce that our annual Geneva Sugar Conference is returning to the Grand Hotel Kempinski this April 21-22, 2020. Click here to add to your calendar.
10 years of value | 300+ delegates | 100+ Companies | 10+ networking hours
The Geneva Sugar Conference has earned its place as 'the must attend' event for sugar professionals. Now in its 10th year, the conference is world-renowned and attracts 300 producers, refiners, traders and buyers annually as they look to better understand the global trends, regional risks and defining issues impacting you today.
Why you can't miss Geneva 2020?
– Essential intelligence – have your key questioned answered
Join influential producers, traders and international experts from across the international sugar value chain as they evaluate the current state of the market; assess regional fundamentals changes longer-term and debate future threats and opportunities for the industry.
– Understand the evolving sugar trading landscape and what it means for you
Hear international sugar trading experts discuss key market developments affecting trading, risk and pricing in the sector, including the latest market movements and price trends, futures evolution and new risk practices in this volatile time.
– Discover new connections, new ideas and new business opportunities
This conference helps 300+ producers, refiners, traders and buyers understand trends, risks and issues within the EU sugar industry from those at the forefront. Network and do business easier than ever before.
– April 21: Afternoon registration, opening keynotes and anniversary BBQ
– April 22: Full day of sessions, panels and networking
– Sugar Producers
– Senior sugar traders
– Sugar buyers
– Regulators and Governments
– Leading consultants and advisors
– Financiers, banks and analysts
– Global press
– Industry associations
Exchanging value in the agricultural markets
9th Annual European Biofuels Seminar
Exchanging value in the biofuels market
April 23, 2020 | Grand Hotel Kempinski | Geneva, Switzerland
Taking place the day after our Sugar Conference, this event will provide the up-to-the minute news and views on the main issues impacting the European and global biofuels market in this trading heartland. This focused one day event centres around four crucial areas of policy, feedstock markets, pricing and trading and international aspects.