Top level speakers and key topics confirmed for IEC Business Conference Lisbon

The IEC Business Conference Lisbon 2015 will be held from Sunday 12th April to Tuesday 14th April and is set to focus on the key topics affecting the egg industry today.

IEC conferences are recognised throughout the industry as the best networking opportunity for the leaders of egg businesses worldwide with over 300 of the ost influential people in the egg industry due to attend.

Speakers and topics include:

Dr. Joy Mench - University of California-Davis, USA
„Sustainability of hen housing systems - Findings from the Coalition for a Sustainable
Egg Supply project“

Dr Christianne Bruschke - Chief Veterinary Officer, Ministry of Economic Affairs, Netherlands
„Working together to beat influenza.“

Eric Hubers - Chairman, Ovoned, Netherlands 
„Best practice in monitoring and controlling highly pathogenic influenza“

Amandio Santos - President, Portugal Foods 

Sara Gibbins - Divisional Managing Director, Noble Egg Innovations 
„The effects of globalisation in the egg processing industry“ 

Mark Williams - Chief Executive Officer, British Egg Industry Council 
„The future of beak trimming in the EU“

Frans van Sambeek - R&D Director Hendrix, Netherlands 
„Potential solutions for male layer chicks” 

Peter van Horne - IEC Economic Analyst, Netherlands 
„Male layer chicks and the economic impact“ 

The IEC is acknowledged as the voice of the international egg industry and is representing interests of the egg industry with other global organisations, including United Nations’ Food and Agriculture Organisation, World Organisation for Animal Health, Consumer Goods Forum, and International Standards Organisation.

For more information please go to www.internationalegg.com or contact the IEC office at Diese E-Mail-Adresse ist vor Spambots geschützt! Zur Anzeige muss JavaScript eingeschaltet sein! 

IEC Business Conference Lisbon 2015
Sunday 12th April to Tuesday 14th April at the Four Seasons Hotel Lisbon
Registration is now open

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