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FROM PRODUCTION TO MARKET
- GLOBAL AND SUSTAINABLE



The 7th South America Agriculture Forum will be held on September 5 and 6, 2019. Based on the theme “From Production to the Market - Global and Sustainable,” the intention is to intensify the discussions on the transversal agribusiness trends that impact production and consumption, such as supply and demand, technology and logistics, health, market and trade policies. The question to be answered: how to remain efficient and competitive in an increasingly globalized geopolitical environment that suffers constant and intense transformations?




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The Forum

The Forum

Is an international event to discuss the global scenario from the South American reality. The Forum promotes a contextualized debate on the trends of world agribusiness from the reality and potential of South America.


The Forum

Is an international event to discuss the global scenario from the South American reality. The Forum promotes a contextualized debate on the trends of world agribusiness from the reality and potential of South America.

South America

South America

Together, the countries of the bloc form a true giant in the global map of grains, meats and energy production and export.


South America

Together, the countries of the bloc form a true giant in the global map of grains, meats and energy production and export. Check out the main articles on agribusiness
in Brazil and South America. Access AgroGp.

Curitiba, PR

Curitiba, PR

Curitiba is also the capital of Paraná, the country's largest agricultural and livestock barn.




Curitiba, PR
Curitiba is also the capital of Paraná, the country's largest agricultural and livestock
barn. Find out more about the Paraná state’s capital on the city's  website.
The Museum

The Museum

Known as the Museum of the Eye, the young MON - Oscar Niemeyer Museum [Museu Oscar Niemeyer] is inserted in the cultural context of Paraná, Brazil and the world.


The Museum

Known as the Museum of the Eye, the young MON - Oscar Niemeyer Museum [Museu Oscar Niemeyer] is inserted in the cultural context of Paraná, Brazil and the world. Learn more about the place where the 7th Forum of Agriculture of South America will take place by accessing the Oscar Niemeyer Museum website

AgroGP

AgroGP

Technical-journalistic content platform that produces analyzes and traces trends in the main agribusiness production chains. Enjoy and stay within the main agribusiness news in Brazil and in the world.


AgroGP

Technical-journalistic content platform that produces analyzes and traces trends in the main agribusiness production chains. Enjoy and stay within the main agribusiness news in Brazil and in the world. Click here.

Content

Content

The Forum promotes a contextualized debate on the trends of agribusiness world from the reality and potential of South America.


Content

The Forum promotes a contextualized debate on the trends of agribusiness world from
the reality and potential of South America. Check out the 2018 edition. Click here.





Programming








Speakers




Emily Rees

Emily Rees

Mercosur Consultant - European Union


Emily Rees

Founder and Managing Director of Trade Strategies. Emily comes from a career in trade diplomacy, having led relations with the European Union for Apex-Brasil, a Brazilian export promotion and investment attraction agency, and acting as France's adjunct trade adidas in Brazil. As a government relations consultant, she has experience in accompanying companies and class entities regarding the European decision making process. Emily specializes in trade policy, agriculture, and sanitary and phytosanitary regulation.

Edwini Kessie

Edwini Kessie

World Trade Organization (WTO)
Photo credit: Giuseppe Carotenuto / FAO


Edwini Kessie

Edwini Kessie has a Doctorate Degree in Law from the University of Technology, Sydney, Australia and Masters' Degrees in Law from the University of Toronto, Canada and the University of Brussels, Belgium and a Bachelor's Degree in Law from the University of Ghana. He is admitted as a solicitor of the Supreme Courts of England & Wales, New South Wales, Australia and Ghana. Dr. Kessie has been a staff member of the World Trade Organization (WTO) since January 1995.

Warren Preston

Warren Preston

United States Department of Agriculture (USDA)
Photo credit: Bob Nichols / USDA


Warren Preston

Dr. Waren Preston holds a master's and doctoral degree in agricultural economics from Purdue University, and a dairy science degree from Ohio State University. He is currently Deputy Chief Economist for the US Department of Agriculture (USDA), where he has served as a senior professional since 2015. Preston has experience in analyzing government policies and programs for agriculture, advising the department on decision-making that economically affects the US food and production system, as well as producers.

Susan Sutherland

Susan Sutherland

Executive director at CME Group


Susan Sutherland

Susan Sutherland holds a master's degree in agricultural economics from the University of Illinois, where she also majored in the same specialty. She is currently executive director at CME Group (Chicago Stock Exchange). She was also an account executive at Man Financial and chief marketing officer and economist at the Chicago Chamber of Commerce. She also worked as a senior analyst at Quaker Oats (a Pepsico group company).

Paulina Lescano

Paulina Lescano

Agronomist, agribusiness specialist


Paulina Lescano

She holds a postgraduate degree in Negotiation and Finance from IAE Business School and UCA. Graduated from Fundación Flor's MED Program. She began her career in agribusiness 20 years ago at a multinational grain exporter, being the first female cereal operator on the Rosario Stock Exchange (ARG). His experience with different companies in the sector allowed her to have an integral view of the entire production chain, from the field to the export, including the retail business.

Ali Saifi

Ali Saifi

Halal Certification Specialist


Ali Saifi

Ali Saifi is Brazilian, born in São Bernardo (SP) and graduated in Business Administration from the Methodist University. He is the executive director of Cdial Halal, a halal certification company, vice president of the Islam Disclosure Center for Latin America (Cdial), vice president of the Brazil Iraq Chamber of Commerce. He is also an EML (European Muslim League) peace ambassador and member of the International Muslim Minority Community (IMMC).





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Edition 2018




SOUTH AMERICA AGRICULTURE FORUM 2018


With the theme "The Digital, Connected Field The Great Challenge of the 21st Century,” the 6th South American Agriculture Forum brought together more than 600 people, representing all agribusiness sectors
The discussion led an audience of leaders and professionals from 14 countries to the Oscar Niemayer Museum, in Curitiba, Paraná. The forum lasted two days, with intense programming, with 14 panels and 46 speakers. The main productive chains of agribusiness, as well as the variables that impact the activity, such as management, technology, logistics and market were the focus of the debates.
Among the highlights, innovation in the field, a theme brought by the Israeli government, and future relations in the international market, in which the WTO, the World Trade Organization participated.
By taking into account the future of global agribusiness, based on the reality and potential of South America, the Forum consolidates itself as an important discussion forum about trends and opportunities for a business that needs to be more sustainable, modern and globalized.








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