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Large agribusiness management strategies

19.08.2015

Conference "Large Farm Management 2015" from 16th to 18th September 2015 in Kiev

More than 500 guests from business, science and politics are anticipated to attend the sixth international conference "Large Farm Management 2015" in Kiev, Ukraine. The event will take place from 16th to 18th September 2015.


Grain harvest.

Photo Martin Petrick

In the CIS countries (Commonwealth of Independent States) and Europe it is regarded as one of the leading conferences in the field of agribusiness management.

Experts from all over the world will exchange ideas over the course in several lectures, sessions and panel discussions dealing mainly with efficiency-enhancing measures in agricultural production.

The first day of the conference, called "Scientific Day" will address issues such as increasing agricultural production, financial performance, innovative technologies and on-farm security systems. This is also intended, in particular, to provide young scientists with an opportunity to present their research results and to discuss them with the audience.

IAMO director Professor Alfons Balmann, as a member of the Scientific Committee of the conference will open the second day together with Dr. Alex Lissitsa, President of the Ukrainian Agribusiness Club (UCAB), and Antoine Rebillard, Business Director of NEW HOLLAND Agriculture.

This is the "Business Day" which will focus on the economic challenges facing large agricultural companies. The last day of conference will include a field trip on the topic of "Renewable Energy and Irrigation".

The conference is being organised by the Ukrainian Agribusiness Club (UCAB) in cooperation with the Leibniz Institute of Agricultural Development in Transition Economies (IAMO) and the German Business Alliance, Committee on Eastern European Economic Relations (OA).

Further information

For more information on the conference and the opportunity to register, visit the following webpage: http://lfm.agrievent.com.ua/en/

About IAMO

The Leibniz Institute of Agricultural Development in Transition Economies (IAMO) analyses economic, social and political processes of change in the agricultural and food sector, and in rural areas. The geographic focus covers the enlarging EU, transition regions of Central, Eastern and South Eastern Europe, as well as Central and Eastern Asia. IAMO works to enhance the understanding of institutional, structural and technological changes. Moreover, IAMO studies the resulting impacts on the agricultural and food sector as well as the living conditions of rural populations. The outcomes of our work are used to derive and analyse strategies and options for enterprises, agricultural markets and politics. Since its founding in 1994, IAMO has been part of the Leibniz Association, a German community of independent research institutes.

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