High prices may be doing their part, but the European sugar industry still finds itself on a challenging path, contending with fresh hurdles stemming from climate change impacts and increasingly stringent environmental regulations, alongside fierce competition from lower-cost sources within the domestic market.
As 2024 approaches, the question looms: Will it be a year of adaptation or evolution for the European sugar sector? Europe's pivotal sugar event is set to return to Geneva in 2024, serving as the exclusive gathering point for Europe's foremost sugar producers, traders, and buyers.
- European price outlook – will 2023 sky-high Sugar prices be enough to trigger the supply response needed to clear out the deficit?
- How is the European Sugar industry adapting to stricter environmental regulations at a time when the weather is playing havoc?
- Beyond Neonicotinoids: Innovative approaches and strategies for beet Growers to address pest management challenges
- How are new trade agreements with cheaper origins impacting trade flows in Europe and their domestic growers?
- Exploring the white premium outlook and its impact on trade flows in Europe and MENA
- Regional and international Sugar producers
- Senior Sugar traders
- Sugar buyers
- Leading consultants and advisors
- Financiers, banks and analysts
- Global press and industry association
Dive deep into the intricacies of agricultural and commercial strategies in this comprehensive full-day training course. Industry experts will lead this course and cover market analysis, risk management, and strategic planning explicitly tailored to the agricultural sector.
Whether a seasoned professional or new to the industry, this course offers valuable insights to enhance your expertise and drive success in agricultural trading and commerce.